Celebrate 15 years (yowzah!) of People’s Light tradition with our most popular holiday panto! As “the nation’s primary creator of such specialized tomfoolery” (Newsworks), we invite you to cheer our heroes, “boo” the bad guys, and sing along as we transport the magical tale of fairy godmothers and glass slippers to the roaring 1920s.
Facilitated post-performance conversations with the cast after Thursday evening performances, excluding previews.
November 29th; December 6th, 13th, 27th; January 3
Enjoy a prix fixe dinner-and-a-show package at our award-winning restaurant, The Farmhouse Bistro. Theatre ticket and dinner packages start at $84. That's a savings of up to 15% off the single ticket price! You can also add on a prix fixe dinner to any existing ticket order for $40.
All tickets to these performances are half-price, no discount code needed.
December 16 at 7pm
December 29 at 2pm
December 30 at 7pm
A relaxed performance is a live theatre experience that invites and encourages (but is not limited to) individuals with Autism, ADD, ADHD, Dementia, and sensory sensitivities. Get more info here.
This performance will also feature American Sign Language interpretation.
December 29th at 2pm
Audio Description headsets provide commentary on the visual aspects of a performance (the set, costumes, and lighting effects, as well as the physical actions and body language of the actors) for our patrons with visual impairments. This supplemental narration interweaves with the real-time, spoken dialogue, so patrons won’t miss a moment of the performance.
In conjunction with this service, the sensory tour offers the opportunity to experience up close and feel certain key props and costume pieces before the performance begins. Typically 45 min before curtain. Interested patrons should register with the Box Office at 610.644.3500.
January 5th at 2pm
"The gang's all here, for a rollicking good time filled with surprises."
"People's Light cuts no corners... actors are first-rate, particularly Strang's innocent-yet-wise Ella."
"The kids' attention in the audience seldom faltered... I enjoyed references that might have gone over their heads."
"Something for everybody"