with a special New Year’s Eve Performance
Diciembre 14 - Diciembre 31, 2017
Inspired in part by Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Match Girl,” Striking 12 is a theatre-concert hybrid that springs to life through its rock band cast who tell the story of an overworked New Yorker who has resolved to spend New Year’s Eve alone, when an unexpected visitor brings much-needed hope and cheer. This uniquely musical urban fairytale co-written by Tony Award-winning book writer Rachel Sheinkin (25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) with an eclectic and electric score by Valerie Vigoda and Brendan Milburn of the indie band GrooveLily, weaves three stories and settings—contemporary New York City, 19th century Denmark, and the Liberty Theatre right here in Hailey—into one magical, rock-tastic, playful, family-friendly holiday event.
Music Direction—Vocals……..R.L. Rowsey
Music Direction—Band……..Grant Carey
Stage Management……..K.O. Ogilvie*
Scenic Design……..Joe Lavigne
Lighting Design……..Mike Inwood**
Sound Design……..Alex Dietz-Kest
Costume Design……..Maria Gerhardt
Mixer/Production Assistant……..Chris Henderson
Pricing varies depending on the production. Check out our upcoming schedule!
$35 senior (62 and over)
$15 student (with student ID)
$35 group (8 or more)
*Ticket prices do not include taxes or processing fees.
Learn, explore and have fun with Company of Fools. Take advantage of some interesting ways to engage with theatre and the current performance on a deeper level:
“Pay What You Feel Night” – Thu, Dec 14, 7pm
Join us for the first performance of Striking 12 and literally pay whatever you’d like! Tickets go on sale at the Liberty Theatre box office one hour prior to the performance. There are no reserved seats. Simply buy your ticket, find a seat and enjoy the show. If you’d prefer to reserve your seats, you may also purchase your tickets at full price for this performance.
“Second Night 22” ($22 Tickets) NEW–in honor of the 22nd season – Fri, Dec 15, 7pm
New for 2017-2018 – for the second night of every mainstage production all tickets are $22 dollars – in honor of the 22nd season!
“Educators Night” – Sat, Dec 16, 7pm
$15 tickets are available to currently employed educators and school administrators for this designated night. These tickets may be purchased in advance. Limit two per person.
“Post-Show Chat Back/Backstage Tour” – Sat, Dec 23, 2pm (immediately following show)
Immediately following the performance, stay for a thought-provoking and fun discussion with the artists of Striking 12,and enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the design elements that went into creating the show with COF’s resident set designer Joe Lavigne.
“10 for 10″
Ten seats are sold for $10 each, on each night, at the box office starting one hour prior to the performance. Limit two tickets per person
SPECIAL EVENT—New Year’s Eve Fundraiser Performance – Sun, Dec 31, 8pm
Enjoy a special New Year’s Eve fundraiser performance of COF’s holiday musical STRIKING 12, accompanied by treats and surprises – including our very own Liberty ball drop and countdown to midnight (East Coast Time!). Guests at this festive, family-friendly night out will enjoy first seating restaurant specials in Hailey (details TBA) as well as complimentary sweets, hot chocolate, and a bubbly toast at the Liberty Theatre. Celebrate the start of 2018 with The Fools and devote the last hours of the year to supporting theatre in our community!
Striking 12 is generously sponsored Arrow R Storage
Company of Fools’ 22nd season sponsors are Anonymous, The Shubert Foundation, Carr Foundation, Linda & Bob Edwards, Ken Lewis, Scott Miley Roofing, Priscilla Pittiglio, Linda & Bill Potter, Mary Ann & John Underwood, Barbara & Stanley Zax and media sponsor The Weekly Sun
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Actors’ Equity Association (“Equity”), founded in 1913, is the U.S. labor union that represents more than 50,000 actors and stage managers. Equity seeks to foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of society and advances the careers of its members by negotiating wages, working conditions and providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. Actors’ Equity is a member of the AFL-CIO and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. #EquityWorks
**Member of United Scenic Artists, I.A.T.S.E. Local 829
Where is Company of Fools (COF) located ?
COF’s home base is the historic Liberty Theatre at 110 North Main Street in beautiful Hailey, Idaho.
Where can I pick up my tickets?
You may pick up your tickets at COF’s box office at the Liberty Theatre (M-F, 10-4) or the Sun Valley Center for the Arts (Center), Ketchum during regular business hours (M-F, 9-5 – Saturdays in Feb & Mar, Jul & Aug, 11-5) or one hour prior to curtain at the Liberty on the day of the performance. Tickets purchased via phone or online will be held at will call.
How do I exchange my tickets?
If you need to exchange your tickets for a different performance date of the same show, please call our box office at 208-578-9122 and we’ll do our best to accommodate your request based on availability.
Do you have group rates or special ticket pricing?
Sun Valley Center members and seniors receive discounts on tickets at Company of Fools. In addition, we offer several different programs to make theatre affordable for everyone: Pay What You Feel (the first night of every theatre production – not play readings), Educator’s’ Night, Group Rates (for 8 or more) and “10 for $10” (10 seats in the front row are sold for $10 each starting at one hour prior to curtain).
Is there a dress code at your theatre?
We do ask that you come wearing clothes and shoes, but beyond that, it’s really up to you! There’s usually a wide range of attire at our theatre, and at a given performance you may see people wearing anything from shirt and tie to jeans and cowboy boots.
Is your theatre wheelchair accessible?
The Liberty Theatre is fully wheelchair accessible and has an ADA compliant restroom. Front row and flexible seating is available upon request. Please call our box office with any special requests at 208-578-9122.
Are children welcome at your performances?
Most seasons, COF stages at least one production appropriate for children. Please take a moment to review our season on our website to see what is available for children.
We recommend children under age 3 do not attend any performance as COF does not allow babes in arms. All children must have a reserved seat.
If you have any questions about content, age-appropriateness or stage effects (such as strobe lights or theatrical fog) that might have a bearing on patron comfort, please contact the box office at 208-578-9122.
Can I purchase food and drink at your theatre?
A selection of beverages (bottled water, wine, beer, coffee, and tea) and snacks are available at our concessions counter. Food and beverage brought in from the outside is not allowed in the theatre. Cash or credit cards are accepted.
Does Company of Fools sell gift certificates?
Yes! When you’re ready to order, just call our box office at 208-578-9122 and we’ll get you squared away. Gift certificates can be used for any Company of Fools/Sun Valley Center for the Arts events.
Do you have an infra-red hearing system?
Not at this time, however the acoustics are excellent at the Liberty. Please contact the box office if you have any special needs regarding seating.
What kind of lodging is available in Hailey?
See the Hailey Chamber Website for details.
What restaurants are in the area?
See the Hailey Chamber’s website for details.
Where can I park?
Please visit our Directions & Parking page here for details.
What if I have a question that isn’t answered here?
Please call us at 208-578-9122 or send your question to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help you out!
Company of Fools is proud to produce plays that reflect the beauty and complexity of our contemporary world; as such, our productions may contain adult themes, content, and language. If you have questions about the content of any of our shows, or if you are wondering about a play’s appropriateness for younger audiences, please contact the Box Office; we are happy to provide you with any information to help you make an informed decision!