- 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 email@example.com. 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*.
*Calls to the box office will be returned within 48 hours.
February 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 2023
Understudy performance on Friday, February 17!
Directed by Krystle Bernier
For group tickets (10 or more tickets to a performance) please call the Box Office at 413-583-4301.
Into the Woods Tickets
“Be careful what you wish for” seems to be the ongoing theme in Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Brothers Grimm inspired musical, Into the Woods. The story follows The Baker and his wife who wish to have a child, Cinderella who wishes to go the King’s Festival, and Jack who wishes his cow would give some milk. When the Baker and his wife are visited by the neighborhood witch, who reveals to them that she placed a curse on their family, the two set off on a journey into the woods to reverse the curse. Also in the woods, we meet Little Red, who is trying to visit her grandmother, the Wolf who loves tasty little girls, the Witch’s daughter Rapunzel, and the Princes chasing after their loves. By the end of Act I, everyone has gotten their wish and will seemingly live happily ever after. But in Act II, when Jack’s beanstalk brings them a visit from an angry Giant, we see how the consequences of their actions haunt them in disastrous ways. The community must come together to save each other and their kingdom, but sacrifices must be made.