Tickets

  • Reserved Ticket Prices**: $25 Preferred (first four rows), $23 Adult, $20 Seniors (62+), Students with ID, and Children (12 and under). Prices for special shows and events may be different. 
  • For group sales, (10 or more tickets/$18 each, Preferred seating not included) or wheelchair seating please contact the box office directly at 413.583.4301* or boxoffice@exit7players.org. Preferred seating excluded in group discount offer.
  • For day-of-show tickets (once on-line box office closes) call 413.583.4301* or stop by the office before showtime. Tickets may be available. The box office opens one hour prior to each show.
  • MEMBER PERK: Any member of Exit 7 Players who has purchased a ticket and presents their membership card to the box office that evening will receive one free item from the concession stand. This applies to members listed on the card only.
  • SEATING: Please arrive at the theater on time. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the house manager.
  • NEW: Show a valid military ID (active military or veteran) and get one free refreshment at intermission. Parties needing to use the ramp for access to the theater should call the box office at 413.583.4301*.

 

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** ticket prices plus applicable platform fees


For Mask Optional Policy
Given the reduced COVID infection rates and in accordance with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ relaxation of mask mandates, the Exit 7 Players will no longer require masks for events or activities held at the Exit 7 Theater with the following exceptions:
    •    Masks may be worn if people choose to continue wearing masks for their protection
    •    If you are not fully vaccinated, we strongly encourage you to continue to wear a mask in the building
 
Patrons may resume enjoyment of concessions in our auditorium, unmasked. This include both beverages and food items.
 
Socially distanced seating has been discontinued.

The Last 5 Years

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Drama Desk award-winner The Last Five Years is Jason Robert Brown’s intimate window into a couple’s doomed marriage. Cathy, a struggling actress, and Jamie, a budding novelist on the brink of wild success, are 20-somethings in New York who meet, fall in love, marry, and divorce over the span of five years. Cathy tells the story from the end of their marriage; Jamie begins from when they first meet. As the musical unfolds, Cathy moves backward in time to the beginning of the relationship as Jamie moves toward the end; they meet only once, in the middle, at their wedding. Since its Off-Broadway premiere in 2002, Brown’s funny, poignant, and devastatingly honest two-person production has enraptured audiences around the world with its spellbinding and emotional score and libretto.

Performance Dates: 8 shows (4 performances from each of the 2 casts)

June 6, 7, 8, 20, 21, 22 at 8pm
June 9, 23 at 2pm

PLEASE NOTE: There are NO performances June 14-16 due to the Town of Ludlow 250th Year Celebration Parade.

Director: Zack Kinsley-Greeley
Music Director: Liz Monte 

Cast members by show date:

Shealyn Berube and Kelly Gagner will be performing:
Thursday, June 6
Sunday, June 9
Friday, June 21
Saturday, June 22

Mal Sillars and Kate Stango will be performing:
Friday, June 7
Saturday, June 8
Thursday, June 20
Sunday, June 23

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James and the Giant Peach: Exit 7 Youth Players

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A musical based on Roald Dahl’s book of the same name, James and the Giant Peach is a whimsical and magical journey of one boy out to change his life and find a real family.  After his parents are killed by a stampeding rhino, James Trotter spends time in an orphanage before being sent to the only family he has left, his aunts Spiker and Sponge. But his aunts are cruel and torment poor James mercilessly. Urged by a mysterious man called Ladahlord, James creates a magical potion in an effort to change his situation. But the magic gets away from him, and instead he creates a giant peach and human-sized insects. The aunts see a way to make money from this impressive fruit. However, the insects decide they have to escape, and with James, they cut the peach from the tree--and their adventure begins.

July 26 and August 2 at 7:30pm

July 27, 28, August 3 and 4 at 2:00pm

 

Director: Jackie Berube

Music Director: Kerry Cipoletta

Choreographer: Shealyn Berube

Stage Manager: Caroline Trudell

Costume Designer: Christina Kopp

 

 

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Title: TBA

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Title will be announced on July 2.


Performances: September 27 through October 13, 2024

 

Direction by Michael Borges

Music Direction by Daniel Monte

Choreography by Eddie Zitka 

Stage Managing by Victora DeCosmo

Costumes by Haley Thompson

 

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Beauty and the Beast

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Based on the smash hit 1991 Disney animated feature and dating back to a late 18th-century classic French fairy tale, Disney's Beauty and the Beast tells the story of Belle, a beautiful and intelligent young woman who feels out of place in her provincial French village. When her father is imprisoned in a mysterious castle, Belle’s attempt to rescue him leads to her capture by the Beast, a grisly and fearsome monster, who was long ago trapped in his gruesome form by an enchantress. The only way for the Beast to become human once again is if he learns to love and be loved in return. There is a time limit, too: once a magical rose loses all of its petals, all hope will be lost and he will stay a Beast forever. The Beast’s enchanted household--populated by such beloved characters as Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, Cogsworth, and Chip--watch anxiously as Belle and the Beast grow to understand and befriend one another. Their feelings grow ever deeper as the clock ticks and petals continue to fall off the enchanted rose--will they confess their love for one another before it is too late?
 
This show was nominated for 9 Tony Awards and won Best Costume Design in 1994.

Performances: November 1-17, 2024
Direction by Krystle Bernier
Music Direction by Benjamin Maniscalchi
 

Blithe Spirit

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Blithe Spirit is set at the house of writer Charles Condomine, and his wife, Ruth. One evening, Charles invites local eccentric medium, Madame Arcati, to hold a seance at his house. He asks along his friends, Dr. and Mrs. Bradman, intending to gather character inspiration from Madame Arcati for his latest book. Despite initially thinking the seance has been a failure, it soon becomes clear that Madame Arcati has unwittingly brought back Charles’ first wife, Elvira, to haunt him. Once in his house, Elvira is unable to leave and, as she cannot be seen or heard by Ruth, she causes all kinds of mischievous trouble between the married couple. When Elvira unwittingly causes Ruth’s death in her attempts to bring Charles over to be with her, Charles becomes haunted by both of his now-deceased wives. Frustrated by their odd situation, the threesome call on Madame Arcati once more to send Elvira and Ruth back to the other side. Intensely funny and character-driven, Blithe Spirit combines farce, emotion, and wit to great effect.
 
This show was nominated for 3 Tony Awards and winner of Featured Actress in a Play (Angela Lansbury for her role as Madame Arcati).

Performances: February 7-16, 2025
 

The Spongebob Musical

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The Spongebob Musical is the adaptation of Nickelodeon’s long-running animated children’s sitcom of the same name. We find ourselves in the undersea city of Bikini Bottom, inhabited by happy-go-lucky and ever-optimistic yellow sea sponge SpongeBob SquarePants and his equally quirky circle of friends and neighbors. SpongeBob’s pleasant existence is abruptly interrupted when it is discovered that Mt. Humongous, a nearby volcano, will erupt within the next 48 hours and completely obliterate Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob, trying to prove to himself and the world that he is not “just a simple sponge,” resolves to save the day when everybody else has given up all hope. Though SpongeBob SquarePants is incredibly fun and family-friendly, its timeless story of identity, crisis, and community is also a witty allegory that examines and critiques the politics of the modern era, and it does so in such a way where children will appreciate and understand the plot line, while adults can read between the lines and extract even more from the musical’s message. SpongeBob SquarePants features an eclectic score of music, each song having been written by a different musical artist with the purposes of recreating the type of musical hodgepodge exhibited by the original television series.
 
This show was nominated for 12 Tony Awards and winner of Best Scenic Design in 2018.

Performances: April 25 - May 11, 2025
Direction by Adam Malmborg
Music Direction by Elizabeth Monte
 
 

A Spare Me

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A Spare Me written by A. Rey Pamatmat, published in 2014 it is a newer title that takes place in a dystopian society, where the fate of humanity rests on society's current teenagers. Because of this fragile state, the children receive clones, who are referred to as spares, to replace them when they die. While the spares are given the "primary's" memory, they are not the same person. The spares question their identities, as they feel that they are made up of two different people and are pressured to be the deceased by friends and family. What makes us us? Is it our body, brain, memories, or soul? A Spare Me explores identity and how society views others.

Performances: June 13-22, 2025
Direction by Devin Dumas