Premiering fall 2019

 


Langhorne Players is excited to announce our New Works Series premiering this fall. Over two weekends (September 13-14 and October 25-26), we will present script-in-hand readings of four original plays: two by local playwrights and two by up-and-coming writers from across the country.

All shows start at 8 PM.

Single Tickets: $10
Single Ticket for Season Ticket Holders: $5 CALL BOX OFFICE (215) 860-0818.
Series (4 plays): $30
Series for Season Ticket Holders: $20 CALL BOX OFFICE (215) 860-0818.

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Someone by Jake Burbage

September 13, 2019

Things kick off on September 13 with Someone by Jake Burbage, a dreamy, often absurd meditation on love and intimacy that takes the shape of a conversation between heartbroken Pete and a stranger with a familiar face.

Someone by Jake Burbage
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How to Hate Straight People by Abraham Johnson

September 14, 2019

On September 14, we are happy to present How to Hate Straight People by award-winning playwright Abraham Johnson, a two-time Lambda Emerging LGBTQ Voices Fellow. His play is a modern take on the "teen soap" as popularized by 90s TV shows like Saved By the Bell and Beverly Hills, 90210 about a gay teenager struggling with the anxieties of planning his future and confronting his personal demons, all while surviving high school.

How to Hate Straight People by Abraham Johnson
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Pandora by Rob Rosiello

October 25, 2019

The second weekend begins on October 25 with a work by local actor and playwright Rob Rosiello, whose play Cold Stun was performed at Town & Country Players earlier this year. In Pandora, a mysterious box with an infamous history lands on the doorstep of a cabaret performer whose life was torn apart by it 30 years ago.

Pandora by Rob Rosiello
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Tracks by John Patrick Bray

October 26, 2019

Then on October 26, we present Tracks by National Playwrights Conference semifinalist John Patrick Bray, a surreal seriocomedy about a group of pill-popping teens in the Hudson Valley who gather near the train tracks to listen to music, challenge local politics, and be themselves.

Tracks by John Patrick Bray
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