Subscribe Now!

Subscribe Online
or call 860-527-5151

Subscription Plans*

HOLIDAY SPECIAL

4-Play Pricing
  Regular 25% Off
Premium Gold $315 $236
Gold $265 $199
Silver $210 $158
Bronze $150 $113
  Preview 25% Off
Premium Gold $270 $203
Gold $220 $165
Silver $175 $131
Bronze $125 $94

Seating Chart

Seating-Chart-2016
Click for larger view

*Subscriptions do not include
A Christmas Carol

See a Show

Subscribe Now to the 2016/17 Season

Mini Packages on sale now!

Subscribe Online

Or Call 860-527-5151

The Comedy of Errors

JANUARY 12 - FEBRUARY 12

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Darko Tresnjak

From the director of our highly praised productions of Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet and Twelfth Night comes Shakespeare's zaniest comedy in which two sets of twins separated at birth find themselves in the same city on the same day. Each pair is unaware the other is nearby. This leads to a string of mistaken identities, which explode into outrageous slapstick, false accusations, crackling word play and even demonic possession. A rollicking farce of Shakespearean proportion!

Click preferred date/time to purchase tickets

SUN

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

8

9

10

11

12
7:30

13
8:00

14
8:00

15
2:00
7:30

16

17
7:30

18
7:30

19
7:30

20
8:00

21
2:00
8:00

22
2:00

23

24
7:30

25
2:00
7:30

26
7:30

27
8:00

28
8:00

29
2:00
7:30

30

31
7:30

1

2
7:30

3
8:00

5
2:00

6

7

8

9

10
8:00

11
2:00
8:00

12
2:00


Cloud 9

FEBRUARY 23 - MARCH 19

By Caryl Churchill
Directed by Elizabeth Williamson

Caryl Churchill’s landmark play is a provocative comedy that looks at the ever-changing world of sexual identity. Jumping from Victorian colonial times to the shifting landscape of sexual politics in late-1970s London, Cloud 9 was Caryl Churchill’s first international hit. Some of the British playwright’s other works include Top Girls, Mad Forest, Love and Information, A Number and Serious Money. The Guardian recently wrote that Churchill “now shares with Tom Stoppard the title of Britain’s most significant living dramatist.”

Click preferred date/time to purchase tickets

SUN

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

19

20

21

22

23
7:30

24
8:00

25
8:00

26
2:00
7:30

27

28
7:30

1
7:30

2
7:30

3
8:00

5
2:00

6

7
7:30

9
7:30

10
8:00

11
8:00

12
2:00
7:30

13

14
7:30

15

16
7:30

17
8:00

18
2:00
8:00

19
2:00


The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey

MARCH 30 - APRIL 23

Written and Performed by James Lecesne
Directed by Tony Speciale
Original Music by Duncan Sheik

‘Absolute Brightness’ is about the disappearance of Leonard Pelkey, a flamboyant 14-year-old who has been bullied by his peers. Critically-acclaimed actor and writer James Lecesne (I Am My Own Wife at Hartford Stage, the writer of the Academy Award-winning Trevor) portrays a tough New Jersey detective, a withdrawn teenage girl, a brusque yet gentle hairdresser and a dozen other intriguing characters as they join forces to solve a mystery that will forever change their lives. The New Yorker called it, "A whodunit with a heart of gold.”

Click preferred date/time to purchase tickets

SUN

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

26

27

28

29

30
7:30

31
8:00

1
8:00

3

4
7:30

5
7:30

6
7:30

7
8:00

9
2:00

10

11
7:30

12
2:00
7:30

13
7:30

14
8:00

15
8:00

16
2:00
7:30

17

18
7:30

19

20
7:30

21
8:00

22
2:00
8:00

23
2:00


Saint Joan

MAY 11 - June 11

By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Darko Tresnjak

George Bernard Shaw's magnificent Saint Joan, performed for the first time at Hartford Stage, is an epic play about war, religion, nationalism and gender. As a teenager, Joan of Arc led the French army to victory over the British in a series of decisive battles during the Hundred Years’ War.

Click preferred date/time to purchase tickets

SUN

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

7

8

9

10

11
7:30

12
8:00

13
8:00

14
2:00
7:30

15

16
7:30

17
7:30

18
7:30

19
8:00

20
2:00
8:00

21
2:00

22

23
7:30

24
2:00
7:30

25
7:30

26
8:00

27
8:00

28
2:00
7:30

29

30
7:30

31

1
7:30

2
8:00

4
2:00

5

6
7:30

7
7:30

8
7:30

9
8:00

10
2:00
8:00

11
2:00