Top 8 Stages to See Theater
From vibrant musicals and classic plays to live music and cabaret, Bucks County is a happening place for theater, perfect for groups, both large and small. Many of Bucks County’s entertainment venues offer generous discounts for groups, along with dining packages, VIP treatment and more.
🎭 NOW PLAYING: Ebenezer Scrooge’s Big Playhouse Christmas Show (12/6/19-12/29/19); Renée Taylor's My Life on a Diet (1/30/20-1/31/20)
This theater in New Hope has historically been a popular place for Broadway shows to be tested and fine-tuned; in fact, Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park and the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy Harvey were both launched here. With its renovated, state-of-the-art facilities, the Playhouse is committed to providing the finest in theatrical entertainment to the New Hope and Bucks County communities and their visitors. Special rates of at least 25 percent off regular prices are available for groups with more than 10 people.
🎭 NOW PLAYING: An American Christmas Songbook (12/12/19-12/22/19); King Lear (1/28/20-2/16/20)
Located in Bristol, this theater has been providing award-winning entertainment since 1987 and offers a Mainstage Season that features riveting dramas, hilarious comedies, vibrant musicals, exciting world premieres and a summer season of critically acclaimed musicals. Groups of 10 or more get up to 30 percent off regular tickets, free parking and priority seating. Want to grab a bite before the show? All-inclusive lunch and dinner packages, including tickets to the show, meal, taxes and gratuity are available.
🎭 NOW PLAYING: Holiday Show (12/13/19-12/15/19)
This converted barn in Buckingham is a great place to catch a show with your friends and family! Ranging from comedies to dramas, this theater covers it all and has shows from the spring all the way throughout the fall with evening shows at 8 p.m. and matinees at 2 p.m. Also offering youth workshops, this is the perfect place to get started if you are looking to get into the world of theater.
🎭 NOW PLAYING: Cabaret (1/31/20-2/9/20)
This full service theatrical production company is perfect for murder mystery dinners and interactive comedy theater. Check out their service for corporate events, team building and fundraisers. Relying heavily on audience participation, this is a fun and interactive opportunity to be brought into the show yourself and spend a night with coworkers, friends, and colleagues alike!
- Dancers at the Bucks County Playhouse
- Jesus Christ Superstar cast at Bristol Riverside Theatre
🎭 NOW PLAYING: Junie B. Jones Jr. the Musical (12/6/19-12/7/19); Miracle on 34th Street (12/12/19-12/15, 12/20 - 12/21)
This theater offers 18 shows annually and helps those attempting to begin their professional career in the theater industry in a friendly, encouraging, and noncompetitive environment. Located in Langhorne, this is the perfect place to take in a show with tickets costing just $10 dollars for the back of house and $12 dollars for the front.
🎭 NOW PLAYING: What the Deadly Dickens? (11/8/19-1/11/19); Dead Men Don’t Speakeasy (12/31/19); Cheers to Murder (1/17/20-4/25/20)
Open seasonally for lunch and murder mystery dinners on Friday and Saturday nights, Peddler's Pub in Lahaska is a great way to get a group together in an interactive way. Participate in their "whodunnit" shows while enjoying a great meal at the pub.
🎭 NOW PLAYING: Oliver! (12/5/19-12/11/19, except 12/9/19
Another theater dedicated to supporting the arts in the heart of Bucks County, the Newtown Arts Company offers six shows a year. These well put together and well thought-out shows vary in style, covering dramas, comedies, and musicals. They also put on both contemporary shows as well as classic style shows offering something for all types of theater goers.
🎭 NOW PLAYING: The Christmas Carol Conspiracy: Scrooge's Revenge (12/6/19-12/22/19); Spider's Web (1/31/20-2/16/20)
Productions in this 85-seat center range from modern classics and musicals to Shakespeare and new and original works, each designed to encourage actors to enhance their skills and artistry while appealing to and expanding the theatrical tastes of audiences of all ages, incomes, and cultural backgrounds. The theatre is located in Morrisville and parking is across the street, next to the large water tower.