The Bucks County Playhouse will announce the two plays for its shortened summer season on Tuesday, and will offer $19.39 tickets to the first 50 patrons.
The summer season is scheduled to start with a July 2 gala and opening, following months of renovations. The theater has been dark since December 2010, when the bank foreclosed on longtime owner Ralph Miller.
The $19.39 tickets will be offered to commemorate the playhouse’s original opening season in 1939.
The season will offer a play and a musical through Labor Day, with live music and Actors Equity performers, Producing Director Jed Bernstein has said. The playhouse will then close for renovations, reopening in November for a holiday show, leading to year-round operation next year.