July 23-August 1, 2021
Is There Life After High School? is a musical about...high school experiences written by Jefferey Kindley, music and lyrics by Craig Carnelia and presented with permission from Samuel French. Originally based on the book by Ralph Keyes, the musical is a series of monologues and musical numbers tracing each characters’ experiences in high school, both positive and negative. An assortment of old grads are looking back - mostly with affection on their high school days.
October 1-10, 2021
With music and lyrics by Jerry Herman and concepts by Larry Alford, Wayne Cilento, and Jerry Herman, this full-length musical revue features songs from "Hello, Dolly!", "Mame", "Parade", "La Cage aux Folles", and more Jerry Herman classics.
“Jerry’s Girls” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc./Concord Theatricals.
Life is sweet for television actor Andrew Rally. Of course, it won’t last. Things begin to unravel in spectacular fashion when the ghost of a legendary actor is summoned to Andrew’s apartment and begins badgering him to take on the role he dreads the most. This clever show is a fantastic hat-tip to the joys of acting and the timeless challenges of the Bard.
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
Electric City Playhouse has changed its Membership effective for the 2021 & 2022 Season.
Showtimes for 2021/2022 are Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 pm, Sundays at 3:00 pm
All Season Tickets will be $80
This includes 7 tickets to be used 1 ticket to each of our regular 2021 & 2022 Season of Shows.
Roll over Tickets are valid for previously purchased postponed productions.
Full memberships may be purchased for an additional $44.
Only the allowed number of tickets may be redeemed for each production based on the Membership level purchased. Advance reservations may be made for the entire production year. Reservation changes may be made within the same production, but seating will be based upon availability.
Call 864.224.4248 for more information and Thank you for supporting the Arts in Anderson.