AN ENCHANTED EVENING OF THE CLASSIC MUSICAL
‘SOUTH PACIFIC’
COMPLETES MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE’S SUCCESSFUL SEASON

Dazzling Tony Award®-winning Rodgers and Hammerstein classic invites audiences to a beautiful island paradise during World War II where love blooms

February 15, 2018 (Jupiter) – “Some Enchanted Evening” awaits at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre with a universal love story and the unforgettable, sumptuous score that is South Pacific.

Onstage March 6 through 25, the timeless Tony Award®-winning Broadway hit takes audiences on a journey to an island in the South Pacific during World War II, where an American nurse finds herself in the midst of love and war.

Nellie Forbush has fallen deeply in love with Frenchman Emile De Becque, a widowed plantation owner who has lived on the island for many years. But their sweeping romance is tested by the complexities of politics and prejudices of their time. This beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein classic is sure to delight with memorable songs like “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair,” “Bali Ha’i” and “There is Nothing Like a Dame.”

South Pacific is a sweeping, glorious and timeless musical that has long been considered one of Broadway’s most loved productions,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive. “We are so excited to be re-envisioning this dazzling musical on the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s stage with an unparalleled cast and creative team. It’s the not-to-be-missed musical event of the season!”

Composed by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and book by Hammerstein and Joshua Logan, South Pacific’s original 1949 Broadway production enjoyed immense success, winning 10 Tony Awards® and becoming the second-longest running Broadway musical to that point. In addition to numerous successful revivals, tours, a 1958 film and TV adaptations, the musical’s 2008 Broadway revival was also a critical success, winning seven Tony Awards®.

“Exuberant and infectious,” raved The New York Times, while Newsday dubbed the show “heartfelt and spectacular.” USA Today wrote that South Pacific is “spine tingling! It soars!” while Variety hailed it as “ravishing theater” and the New York Daily News called it “extraordinary!”

Led by award-winning director Gordon Greenberg (Broadway and PBS Great Performances’ Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn and London’s acclaimed West End revival of Guys And Dolls) – who directed the Theatre’s critically-acclaimed hit production of Barnum in 2009 – the Theatre’s production will feature choreography by Connor Gallagher (seen onstage in the Theatre’s production of The Boy Friend), a prominent choreographer who recently won the 2016 Astaire Award for Best Off-Broadway Choreography for The Robber Bridegroom.

South Pacific is one of the greatest musicals ever written,” Greenberg said. “It’s a show that is both nostalgic and shockingly contemporary and human. It’s a testament to the musical’s staying power to see how it continues to resonate with audiences, 70 years later.”

With a dynamic cast of 28 that includes Broadway’s Erin Davie as Nellie (Sunday in the Park with George, Side Show, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, A Little Night Music, Grey Gardens and Curtains) and Nicholas Rodriguez as Emile (Captain von Trapp in the recent national tour of The Sound of Music and Broadway’s Tarzan, among others), other members of the show’s creative team include scenic designer Paul Tate dePoo III (known for the Theatre’s productions of Me and My Girl, The Producers, The Wiz, Les Misérables, The Will Rogers Follies, Annie, The Music Man and Hello, Dolly!), lighting designer Rob Denton (whose work across the country includes A Chorus Line, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Unsinkable Molly Brown and Thoroughly Modern Millie), costume designer Tristan Raines (whose work includes The New York Pops Christmas Concert, Would You Still Love Me If?, Soul Doctor, Stalking the Bogeyman and Bare) music director Eric Alsford (known for the Theatre’s productions of A Chorus Line, The Wiz, Les Misérables and Love Is Love) and sound design by Carbonell Award-winning resident sound designer Marty Mets.

Why not make it a party? Discounted group rates are available, and The Green Room Club Level Lounge is available for private events and functions. Student rush tickets are also available for young audience members. For each season show on the night of the performance (evenings only), all students 18 and under may buy a mezzanine ticket for only $25; subject to availability.

South Pacific is sponsored by The Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation, Gil Walsh Interiors, LLC and Patty and Bob Hendrickson.

Single tickets for South Pacific start at $58; for showtimes, tickets and additional information, call (561) 575-2223 or visit www.jupitertheatre.org. For more information on bringing your group to the Theatre, contact community relationships ambassador Cheryl McDermott at (561) 972-6117.

About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,000 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres and has earned numerous Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s highest honor for artistic excellence, including the prestigious Bill Von Maurer Award for Theatrical Excellence. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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South Pacific
March 6 – 25

On an island in the South Pacific, a World War II nurse finds herself in the midst of love and war. Nellie Forbush has fallen deeply in love with Frenchman Emile De Becque, a widowed plantation owner who has lived on the island for many years. But their sweeping romance is tested by the complexities of politics and prejudices of their time. This beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein classic is sure to delight with memorable songs like “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair,” and “There is Nothing Like a Dame.” Sponsored by The Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation, Gil Walsh Interiors, LLC and Patty and Bob Hendrickson. Visit www.jupitertheatre.org for showtimes; tickets start at $58. Phone: (561) 575-2223.

INSPIRING BENEFIT PERFORMANCE
‘THE CHILDREN OF WILLESDEN LANE’
HITS THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE STAGE
FEBRUARY 21 FOR ONE EVENING ONLY

One-woman show about a teenage Holocaust survivor will benefit inSIGHT Through Education, a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides

January 31, 2018 (Jupiter) – Imagine attending a musical performance with a powerful message that benefits a great cause.

If that speaks to your heart, you won’t want to miss The Children of Willesden Lane, a benefit performance taking place at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 21, at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. In this educational and eye-opening evening, Mona Golabek performs a one-woman show that tells the incredible story of her mother, Lisa Jura, a teenage refugee who survived the Holocaust and forever changed the lives of her contemporaries.

“A deeply moving and heartfelt tale,” wrote The Washington Post, while Meryl Streep raved it is “an inspiring tribute to the power of a mother’s love.”

A Grammy nominee, Golabek has appeared at the Hollywood Bowl, the Kennedy Center, Royal Festival Hall and with major conductors and orchestras worldwide. She has been the subject of several documentaries, including Concerto for Mona with conductor Zubin Mehta. Mona was taught by her mother, who first inspired Golabek’s book The Children of Willesden Lane. Co-authored by Lee Cohen, the book has been embraced by many thousands of students across America and Europe.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is proud to present this special production of The Children of Willesden Lane as a benefit for inSIGHT Through Education, a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides, fighting prejudice and encouraging acceptance and respect through education.

“We are honored to be bringing this inspiring story to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre,” said Barbara Hurwit, chairperson of the Willesden Lane project. “Mona Golabek is an amazing artist, and her dream of creating a world without prejudice and intolerance perfectly matches inSIGHT’s mission. We’d like to encourage everyone to purchase tickets for this significant and unforgettable performance.”

Through a grant from inSIGHT, more than 2,000 Palm Beach County middle and high school students have been invited to attend daytime performances of The Children of Willesden Lane at the Theatre on February 20 and 21. The all-volunteer organization has also provided schools with classroom sets of Golabek’s best-selling book for study and discussion.

“The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is happy to donate the Theatre to inSIGHT Through Education for this benefit performance that will enable the organization to fund daytime school performances for local students and other educational initiatives,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive.

The project was made possible through the support of Milton and Tamar Maltz, the Karp Family Foundation, One World Davis Family Tolerance Project, a program of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. The Children of Willesden Lane is sponsored by Kretzer Piano; tickets are $45 and $55.

For tickets and additional information, call (561) 575-2223 or visit www.jupitertheatre.org. For more information about bringing your group to the Theatre, contact community relationships ambassador Cheryl McDermott at (561) 972-6117.

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About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,000 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres and has earned numerous Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s highest honor for artistic excellence, including the prestigious Bill Von Maurer Award for Theatrical Excellence. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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The Children of Willesden Lane – Wednesday, February 21
In an educational and eye-opening evening, Mona Golabek performs a one-woman show which dives into how one teenage refugee, Lisa Jura, survived the Holocaust and inspired a generation of her contemporaries. The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is proud to present this special production as a benefit for inSIGHT Through Education. Sponsored by Kretzer Piano. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 and $55. Phone: (561) 575-2223. Visit www.jupitertheatre.org.

TONY AWARD®-WINNING DRAMA
‘AN INSPECTOR CALLS’
HITS THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE STAGE

Gripping and haunting psychological thriller leaves audiences guessing until the very end

January 25, 2018 (Jupiter) – The greatest secrets are often hidden in the most unlikely places.

When an inspector mysteriously arrives at the home of the affluent Birling family, their intimate dinner party takes a turn for the worst. Inspector Goole brutally questions each family member regarding the death of a young woman, but each denies knowing her. Will the inspector get to the bottom of the mystery or will secrets remain?

Onstage February 4 – 18 at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, the dazzling psychological thriller An Inspector Calls examines a family whose members must confront their actions as their pasts are brought to light. Described as breathtakingly daring and jaw-dropping, this stylized mystery is filled with twists and turns, keeping audiences guessing until the very end.

An Inspector Calls is an intelligent, though-provoking and explosive drama,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive. “We’ve had a history of our audiences enjoying our mysteries, with a wide range of strong titles through the years. We’re very fortunate that the run of this production is almost completely sold out – which makes a strong case for becoming a subscriber for our upcoming season to secure your seats. Our 2018/19 season will feature Steel Magnolias, Disney Beauty and the Beast, A Doll’s House, Part 2, West Side Story and a big splashy Broadway musical set to be announced April 1.”

Written by English dramatist J. B. Priestley, the play was first performed in 1945 in the Soviet Union and in 1946 in the United Kingdom, followed by a Broadway run from 1947 to 1948. One of Priestley's best known works, An Inspector Calls is considered to be one of the classics of mid-20th century English theatre. The play's success and reputation has been boosted in recent years by a successful revival at the National Theatre in 1992, followed by a Tony Award®-winning Broadway transfer in 1994 and a subsequent tour in 2011 and 2012.

The Daily Express raved that An Inspector Calls is “visually astonishing” while The Guardian wrote that the play is “brilliantly accusatory, bracing and strange” and The Times dubbed it “heart-thumpingly thrilling.” Official London Theatre called it “an intriguing, clever piece of theatre that leaves you thinking about it long after the curtain call.”

Directed by multiple Carbonell Award-winning South Florida director J. Barry Lewis (whose recent work at the Theatre includes Disgraced, Frost/Nixon, Glengarry Glen Ross, Dial M for Murder and Doubt: A Parable), the play will feature a cast of 12 acclaimed actors, including James Andreassi as Inspector Goole (seen on numerous regional stages across the U.S.), Rob Donohoe as family patriarch Arthur Birling (last seen in the Theatre’s Carbonell Award-winning production of Glengarry Glen Ross) and Angie Radosh as matriarch Sybil (last seen in the Theatre’s productions of Other Desert Cities and a Carbonell Award-winning performance in Cabaret).

The cast also features Charlotte Bydwell as the Birlings’ eldest child Sheila (known for performances at the Old Globe, Williamstown Theatre Festival and Virginia Stage Company), Cliff Burgess as their youngest child Eric (last seen in the Theatre’s productions of Glengarry Glen Ross and Other Desert Cities) and Jeremy Webb as Sheila’s fiancé Gerald Croft (last seen in the Theatre’s production of Sleuth, in addition to extensive regional and off-Broadway credits).

An Inspector Calls is considered to be one of the finest plays written in the previous century,” Lewis said. “Such plays remain relevant because they portray everyday people – you and me – often at our worst. While as an audience we are voyeurs to the story, we may see ourselves in the choices and mistakes that each of the characters make. An Inspector Calls explores the capitalistic nature of society, the hypocrisy of the Victorian and Edwardian eras and examines the role of the individual and their responsibility to their fellow man.”

The production will showcase the artistry of a host of talented designers, including scenic designer Victor Becker (known locally for Billy and Me, The Cripple of Inishmaan and The History Boys at Palm Beach Dramaworks; as well as Ward 57, Dirty Business and Black Sheep at Florida Stage), lighting designer Kirk Bookman (Hairspray, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Glengarry Glen Ross), costume designer Tracy Dorman (Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, Agatha Christie: The Mousetrap), fight choreographer Lee Soroko (Disney Newsies the Musical, Disgraced Kiss Me, Kate, Les Misérables, Dial M for Murder and Sleuth), dialect coach Jennifer Burke (Disney Newsies The Musical, Me and My Girl, The Audience, Billy Elliot The Musical, Fiddler On the Roof and Lost in Yonkers) and Carbonell Award-winning resident sound designer Marty Mets.

An Inspector Calls is sponsored by Jodie and Dan Hunt and the Roy A. Hunt Foundation and Priscilla Heublein.

Single tickets for An Inspector Calls start at $58; for showtimes, tickets and additional information, call (561) 575-2223 or visit www.jupitertheatre.org. For more information on bringing your group to the Theatre, contact community relationships ambassador Cheryl McDermott at (561) 972-6117.

About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,000 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres and has earned numerous Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s highest honor for artistic excellence, including the prestigious Bill Von Maurer Award for Theatrical Excellence. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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Calendar listing:

An Inspector Calls
February 4 – 18
When an inspector mysteriously arrives at the home of the affluent Birling family, their intimate dinner party takes a turn for the worst. Inspector Goole brutally questions each family member regarding the death of a young woman supposedly known to the Birlings, but each denies they know the victim. Will the inspector get to the bottom of this mystery or will secrets remain? This gripping psychological thriller is filled with twists and turns, keeping you guessing until the very end. Sponsored by Jodie and Dan Hunt and the Roy A. Hunt Foundation and Priscilla Heublein. Visit www.jupitertheatre.org for showtimes; tickets start at $58. Phone: (561) 575-2223.

MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE
ANNOUNCES 2018/19 SEASON OF SHOWS

January 22, 2018 (Jupiter) – It’s time to bring art to life with the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s 2018/19 season!

The 2018/19 season will begin with Steel Magnolias (October 28 – November 11), a beloved American comedy/drama that examines the complexities of six women’s lives as they navigate love, loss and the fierceness of friendship. We continue with Disney Beauty and the Beast (November 27 – December 16), the spectacular and timeless Broadway blockbuster that tells the story of a tenacious beauty who meets a prince-turned-beast. Next up is a big splashy Broadway musical set to be announced April 1: a Tony Award®-nominated smash hit that will have audiences dancing in their seats (January 15 – February 10)! Then join us for the South Florida regional premiere of A Doll’s House, Part 2, an uproariously funny comedy fresh from its Broadway run that imagines Nora’s untold story after leaving her marriage in Henrik Ibsen’s famed play. Our incredible season ends with West Side Story, the Tony Award®-winning sizzling dance musical about two star-crossed lovers caught between warring street gangs.

“We are ecstatic to be producing in our 2018/19 season a selection of plays and musicals that everyone will be talking about,” said Andrew Kato, the Theatre’s producing artistic director and chief executive. “Steel Magnolias is an irreplaceable classic, and we are equally thrilled to be reimagining the magnificent powerhouse musicals Disney Beauty and the Beast and West Side Story. We are honored to be one of the first theaters granted the rights to produce A Doll’s House, Part 2 following its hit run on Broadway. Due to our agreement with the licensors, we’re not able to announce our fifth show until April 1, but we can assure everyone that this mega-musical will be popular. It’s so big that we’ve added a fourth week. Our audiences are going to flip out!”

In addition to its season productions (not included in subscriptions), the Theatre will present an exciting lineup of all-new limited engagements and several popular favorites. November will bring an extra-special benefit to the Theatre: 2017 Tony Award® winner Rachel Bay Jones, who will headline the Theatre’s sixth annual Tony Award® winner benefit concert. Students taking part in the Theatre’s acclaimed Youth Artists’ Chair summer internship program will present the drama To Kill a Mockingbird in August.

It’s time to become a new subscriber or renew your season subscription to get the best seats available. The multiple Carbonell Award-winning theatre is offering two convenient subscription plans, the five-play and the opt-out of one, for the Theatre’s 2018/19 season.

Patrons may purchase subscriptions for club level premium seats in the Theatre’s premium space, The Green Room, and enjoy the stylish lounge and amenities throughout the season. Amenities include spacious 23” seats, a lounge with a private bar and restrooms, one free drink of choice with ticket purchase (evening performances only for season shows), panoramic views of the stage and a private entrance and elevator.

Subscriptions begin at $218. Subscribers save up to 25 percent on single ticket prices. Subscribers also get one fee-free ticket exchange per ticket per show, and advance notice and ability to purchase tickets to limited engagements and other special events. Subscription groups of 20 or more receive an additional discount.

In addition to its season productions (not included in subscriptions), the Theatre will present an exciting lineup of all-new limited engagements and several popular favorites. New shows include the timeless and heartfelt music of the Carpenters with We’ve Only Just Begun – Carpenters Remembered (January 4); the unmistakable sounds of The Drifters (February 15); the excitement and energy of One Night in Memphis – tribute to Presley, Perkins, Lewis and Cash (March 14); and the perfect harmonies and precise instrumentation of Fleetwood Mac with the country’s premier tribute band Rumours - A Fleetwood Mac Tribute (March 15).

 “The Maltz Jupiter Theatre has entertainment for everyone with our new season of special events and concerts,” said Dana Munson, the Theatre’s director of marketing. “In addition to our popular favorites Capitol Steps’ New Year’s Eve show and Chris MacDonald’s Memories of Elvis, we’re proud to offer an array of brand new events, including Steve Solomon’s My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy! and the Movin’ Out Band: A Tribute to Billy Joel featuring Wade Preston.”

Here’s a look at the shows featured in the Theatre’s 2018/19 season:

2018/19 Season Lineup

Steel Magnolias

October 28 – November 11
By Robert Harling
The women of Truvy’s beauty salon are quick with a quip and hilarious repartee, unafraid to show their eccentric personalities. But when the threat of tragedy begins to wilt their delicate Louisiana charm, the women reveal they are stronger than despair. Balanced between witty comedy and heartfelt drama, Steel Magnolias captures the complexities of six women’s lives as they navigate love, loss and the fierceness of friendship. Sponsored by Priscilla Heublein.

Disney Beauty and the Beast
November 27 – December 16
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton

This classic story of a tenacious beauty who meets a selfish prince-turned-beast is a tale as old as time. Showcasing spectacular costumes and effects, Disney Beauty and the Beast is a fairy tale filled with magic, romance and a young woman’s determination to find her own way. We invite you to be our guest as this beloved Disney classic comes to life on stage! Sponsored by Admirals Cove Foundation.

BIG SPLASHY MUSICAL: Set to be announced April 1
January 15 – February 10

A mega hit feel-good musical that will have audiences dancing in their seats! It’s so monumental that we’ve added a fourth week! Sponsored by John McDonald Company, Kathy and Joe Savarese Home Care America, Isanne and Sandy Fisher and Jana and Ken Kahn, LRP Publications.

A Doll’s House, Part 2
February 24 – March 10
By Lucas Hnath
When Henrik Ibsen’s Nora slammed the door shut on her marriage in A Doll’s House, it was said to be the slam heard around the world. Fifteen years since closing the door and 138 years since Henrik penned the story, Nora returns to her beloved husband and children in A Doll’s House, Part 2. In this uproariously funny comedy, Nora wonders what she will find when she opens the door. Fresh from its Broadway run, Lucas Hnath explores Nora’s untold story in the newly imagined A Doll’s House, Part 2. Sponsored by Jodie and Dan Hunt and the Roy A. Hunt Foundation.

West Side Story
March 26 – April 14
Book by Arthur Laurents
Music by Leonard Bernstein
Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Tony and Maria — two young, idealistic lovers — find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the “American” Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. They fight to find a place for themselves in a violent world, only to discover that love doesn’t always have a happy ending. Inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, West Side Story takes the tale of two star-crossed lovers to new heights. Heart-wrenching and captivating, this musical will take you on a journey through passionate scenes, romantic ballads and fiery dance numbers. Sponsored by Suzanne Niedland in Loving Memory of Art and Meg Niedland and The Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation.

Here’s a look at the Theatre’s 2018/19 special productions, all-new limited engagements and more:

2018/19 Limited Engagements

Sixth Annual Tony Award® Winner Series presents Rachel Bay Jones – Saturday, November 17
Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets start at $50. Sponsored by the Samuel J. & Connie M. Frankino Foundation.

Christmas Cheer: Live from the Maltz Jupiter Theatre – Tuesday, December 18
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $30.

Capitol Steps – New Year’s Eve – Monday, December 31
Showtimes are 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets start at $60.

We’ve Only Just Begun – Carpenters Remembered – Friday, January 4
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

The Drifters – Friday, February 15
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

The Second City – Saturday, February 16
Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

One Night in Memphis – tribute to Presley, Perkins, Lewis and Cash – Thursday, March 14
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

Rumours - A Fleetwood Mac Tribute – Friday, March 15
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

Chris MacDonald’s Memories of Elvis – Thursday, April 25
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

Steve Solomon’s My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy! – Friday, April 26
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

Movin’ Out Band: A Tribute to Billy Joel featuring Wade Preston – Saturday, April 27
Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets start at $50.

2018/19 Kids Korner Series productions

Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing – Tuesday, September 5; Wednesday, September 6; and Thursday, September 7
Showtimes are 10 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. All tickets are $5.

The Magic School Bus – Lost in the Solar System – Monday, October 8
Showtimes are 10 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. All tickets are $5.

Pete the Cat – Thursday, April 25
Showtimes are 10 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. All tickets are $5.

2018/19 Conservatory productions

Youth Artists’ Chair presents To Kill a Mockingbird – Saturday, August 11
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for adults. Sponsored by the Clark Family Foundation.

The Best of Broadway Musical Revue – Saturday, December 29, and Sunday, December 30
Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for adults.

Madagascar A Musical Adventure JR – Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11
Featuring students in grades 3 – 5. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for adults.

CATS – Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18
Featuring students in grades 6 -12. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for adults.

In the Heights – Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29
Featuring students in grades 6 -12. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for adults.

All Night Strut: A Jumpin’ Jivin’ Jam – Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13
Featuring students in the Professional Training Program. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for adults.

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown – Friday, July 26, and Saturday, July 27
Featuring students in grades 3 – 5. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for students and $25 for adults.

Season subscriptions are currently on sale. Renewing subscribers have until April 8 to renew their subscription to be entered into the Maltz Jupiter Theatre VIP Sweepstakes, which includes reserved parking for one season, two drinks for each performance, access to the Imagine Room, two tickets to every limited engagement and two tickets to the 2019 gala for the winner and a guest.

Existing renewing subscribers are seated first (upon sending back their renewal form sent via mail). New subscribers are seated in the order in which they are received, so sending in a new form as soon as possible offers the best seating options.

Single play and musical tickets go on sale August 20 at 10 a.m. (Subscribers may purchase single tickets and request exchanges starting a week in advance: August 13 at 10 a.m.) Single tickets for special productions, special engagements and limited engagements go on sale March 5 at 10 a.m.

For more information about current and upcoming shows at the Theatre, call (561) 575-2223 or visit www.jupitertheatre.org. For more information on bringing your group to the Theatre, contact community relationships ambassador Cheryl McDermott at (561) 972-6117.

About the Maltz Jupiter Theatre
The not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre has become one of Florida’s preeminent professional theatres, committed to production and education through its collaborations with local and national artists. Currently the state’s largest award-winning regional theatre, the Theatre draws 100,000 people annually, serves a subscription base of more than 8,000 and has world-class classroom facilities in support of its Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts, which serves hundreds of youth and adults. The Theatre is a member of the prestigious League of Resident Theatres and has earned numerous Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s highest honor for artistic excellence, including the prestigious Bill Von Maurer Award for Theatrical Excellence. For more information about the Theatre’s upcoming shows and Conservatory, visit www.jupitertheatre.org or call the box office at (561) 575-2223.   

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