The Gun Show
by E.M. Lewis
March 10 - March 21, 2021
In The Gun Show, award-winning playwright E. M. Lewis tells the story of America’s relationship with guns through the prism of her own personal experiences. From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, a solo actor shares Ms. Lewis’s unique perspective and true stories about America’s most dangerous pastime as if they were his own, with brutal honesty and poignant humor. Leaning neither right nor left, The Gun Show jumps into the middle of the gun control debate and asks, “Can we have a conversation about this?”
“Human, bold, funny, heartbreaking, and always honest.”
25th Anniversary Season Ticket
(one ticket to each of the five mainstage shows, to be used on any date)
- General Admission (regular price $200 plus fees) — Season Ticket price: $180 plus fees
- Member (regular price $175 plus fees) — Season Ticket price: $158 plus fees
- Senior (regular price $175 plus fees) — Season Ticket price: $158 plus fees
- Student (regular price $75 plus fees) — Season Ticket price: $68 plus fees
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- General Admission ($40 nonmember plus fees)
- Member ($35 plus fees)
- Senior ($35 plus fees, 62 years & older)
- Group ($35 member price plus fees)
- Student ($15 with student ID)
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6 for $10
- Six first row balcony seats are sold for $10 each, every night, one hour prior to the performance (Excludes Pay What You Feel Previews & Opening Nights. Limit two tickets/person)
Content Advisory: This production includes themes and language of an adult nature.
Recommended Age: This production is appropriate for audiences 16 years of age and older.
Approximate Run Time: The Gun Show runs approximately 80 minutes without an intermission.
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Take advantage of some interesting ways to engage with theatre and the current performance on a deeper level:
Pay What You Feel Preview
WED, MAR 10, 7:30PM
Join us for the first performance of a play and literally pay what you’d like. Tickets go on sale at the Liberty Theatre box office one hour before 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.
OFFICIAL OPENING NIGHT
FRI, MAR 12, 6:45PM
Pre-show 20-minute “Opening Night Lecture” by Producing Artistic Director Scott Palmer, followed by a 10-minute Q&A (45 minutes prior to curtain) and post-show “Opening Night” reception.
SAT, MAR 12, 7:30PM
$20 tickets are available on these dates to currently employed educators and school administrators. Tickets may be purchased in advance. Limit two tickets per person.
MATINEE/POST-SHOW CHAT BACK
SUN, MAR 21, 3PM
Immediately following the performance, stay for a thought-provoking and fun discussion with the artists and creative staff. And enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the design elements that went into creating the show.
“6 for $10″
At each performance, 6 first row balcony seats are sold for $10 each, every night, at the box office starting one hour prior to the performance (Excludes Pay What You Feel Previews and Opening Nights. Limit two tickets per person).
Groups of 8 or more receive $35 tickets (a $5 savings per ticket, if you are not a member of SVMoA).
Pricing varies depending on the production. Check out our upcoming schedule!