MARCH 15 - APRIL 7
Friday, March 15 at 8pm
Saturday, March 16 at 8pm
PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN Performance SOLD OUT
Sunday, March 17 at 2pm
PRESS Preview Performance
Friday, March 22 at 8pm
Saturday, March 23 at 8pm SOLD OUT
Sunday, March 24 at 2pm SOLD OUT
Friday, March 29 at 8pm
Saturday, March 30 at 8pm SOLD OUT
Sunday, March 31 at 2pm SOLD OUT
Thursday, April 4 at 8pm
Friday, April 5 at 8pm SOLD OUT
Sunday, April 7 at 2pm SOLD OUT
(PREVIEW PERFORMANCES $15)
GENERAL ADMISSION $25
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FREE
For Event Updates: www.burbagetheatre.org
Members of the PRESS are invited to our
PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN Performance as well as our Sunday Preview Matinee.
To reserve to complimentary Press Seats contact Jeff Church, Artistic Director, at
ABOUT OUR TOWN
Described by Edward Albee as “…the greatest American play ever written,” the story follows the small town of Grover’s Corners through three acts: “Daily Life,” “Love and Marriage,” and “Death and Eternity.” Narrated by a stage manager and performed with minimal props and sets, audiences follow the Webb and Gibbs families as their children fall in love, marry, and eventually – in one of the most famous scenes in American theatre – die. Thornton Wilder’s final word on how he wanted his play performed is an invaluable addition to the American stage and to the libraries of theatre lovers internationally. This Pulitzer Prize-winning drama of life in the small village of Grover's Corners, an allegorical representation of all life, has become a classic.
"Beautiful and remarkable one of the sagest, warmest and most deeply human scripts to have come out of our theatre [...] A spiritual experience." - New York Post
"Thornton Wilder's masterpiece [...] An immortal tale of small town morality [and] [...] a classic of soft spoken theater." - The New York Times
ABOUT THE PRODUCTION
by Thornton Wilder
directed by Mark Peckham
Jona Cedeno, Howie Newsome
Walter Cotter, Constable Warren
Paula Faber, Mrs. Soames
Nick Griffin, Wally Webb
Liz Hallenbeck, Professor Willard
Andrew Iacovelli, George Gibbs
Alexis Ingram, Sam Craig
Brian Kozak, Joe/Si Crowell
Emily Lewis, Mrs. Gibbs
Steven Lippincott, Ensemble
Simone Pellegrino, Rebecca Gibbs
Melissa Sciarra Penick, Mrs. Webb
Vince Petronio, Stage Manager
Dave Rabinow, Editor Webb
Andy Stigler, Simon Stimson
David Tessier, Dr. Gibbs
Michelle L. Walker, Jo Stoddard
Valerie Westgate, Emily Webb
Stage Management/Lighting Design, Jessica Winward
Set Design, Trevor Elliott
Costume Design, Jillian Eddy
Operations Manager, Andrew Iacovelli
*Please note that some seating locations will change during the second intermission. For further information, please click on the seating chart button located at the top of the page.
All Photos by Jeff Church
March 17, 2019
Providence Journal - At Burbage, a compelling imagining of enduring classic
In an industry buoyed by the new works penned continuously by talented playwrights, there is always a need to revisit...
March 25, 2019
Edge Media Network - Our Town
Burbage Theatre Company's superlative production of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" does justice to one of the most beloved plays in the history of American theater.
March 21, 2019
Pawtucket Times - Burbage Theatre tells the story of 'Our Town'
Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" was first produced in 1938, but Burbage Theatre Company's moving production shows why this play has staying power.
March 15, 2019
Theatre Mirror - Our Town
Let's all head up to Grover's Corner, New Hampshire at the turn of the 20th Century for the fifth show of Burbage Theatre's eighth season. The show is "Our Town", Thornton Wilder's 1938 Pulitzer Prize winning play.
March 21, 2019
Warwick Beacon - Classic ‘Our Town’ at Burbage Theatre
My first introduction to Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” was a high school production. My second was a college production, and third a community theatre.
March 17, 2019
Law & Order Party - Our Town
Thornton Wilder’s drama Our Town begins at 5:45 am on a spring morning in Grovers Corners, New Hampshire, a churchy and imaginary farm town (Pop. 2,642) located somewhere near Mount Monadnock.