A lineup of popular plays are scheduled for the 2014 season at the Hamilton Playhouse.

The season starts on Valentine's Day in February with "Oklahoma!" In April, the comedy "Harvey" will be presented. The two summer shows will be "The Music Man" in June and "Boeing-Boeing" in August. And the season wraps up with "Young Frankenstein." (Actually, the official name is "The New Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein.")

The Players are offering two ticket packages:

  • The Full Season - an $80 value for $75, including a complimentary treat from the concessions in each show.
  • The Family Season - a $48 value for $45, with three shows - "Oklahoma," "Harvey," and "The Music Man."
  • The season ticket package allows you to reserve your seat a week before tickets go on sale for each show. (Tickets go on sale three weeks before premiere night). Also, you have the privilege of buying an additional ticket per show during those early reservations.

    The Hamilton Playhouse has quite a busy schedule for 2014, with spring, summer and fall Theater Schools for the young people, two "Broadway & Bubbly" fundraising events, The Annual Hammy Awards, a Costume Ball next October, and the parody night "Forbidden Bitterroot."
    Tickets are available at the Playhouse Box Office from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 375-9050 or on-line at HamiltonPlayers.com