2019-2020 Lab Theater Season Passes
YEAR-ROUND PASS $310
INCLUDES ALL SHOWS FROM JUNE 2019 THROUGH END OF APRIL 2020 INCLUDING SPECIAL EVENTS SUCH AS STAGED READINGS
SNOWBIRD PASS $185
INCLUDES SHOWS FROM DECEMBER 15TH, 2019 THROUGH END OF APRIL 2020, INCLUDING ANY STAGED READINGS DURING THAT TIME
HALF-PRICE PREVIEW PASS $85
INCLUDES FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL OF CRUCIBLE, SEX TIPS, LET NOTHING YOU DISMAY, DEATH OF A STREETCAR, HOW TO TRANSCEND, IN THE HEIGHTS ONLY
FULL SEASON WITH DESCRIPTIONS BELOW:
The Legend of Georgia McBride ~ June 7 30
By Matthew Lopez SWFL Premiere!
A young Elvis impersonator, barely eking out a living, finds out his wife is pregnant. To make matters worse, he gets fired from the
run-down Florida bar where he's been working...only to be re-hired as a lip-syncing drag queen.
Full of sass and good spirits...theres as much richly catty humor here as in a full season of 'RuPauls Drag Race...' - NY Times
The Wolves (Summer Camp Show) ~ July 11 - 14
By Sarah DeLappe SWFL Premiere!
A finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the story focuses on a high school girls' soccer team, The Wolves, during its pre-
game warm-ups every week. Nine girls discuss a variety of topics, from menstruation to Harry Potter...and everything in between.
...scary, exhilarating brightness of raw adolescence emanates from every scene... - NY Times
D. M. V. ~ Aug. 9 25
By Zalman Velvel National Premiere!
After 30 years, it's Bernice's last day before retirement from the DMV, when she's threatened with losing her job and pension.
Locked in a battle with the mayor, the tax collector, and an egotistical politician, who will win?
The Crucible ~ Sept. 20 through Oct. 12
By Arthur Miller SWFL Premiere!
Winner of the 1953 Tony Award for Best Play, this classic, allegorical show is a fictionalized version of the infamous Salem Witch
Trials in Salem, MA, from 1692-1693. A fascinating work that will make you think about how we judge others.
'The Crucible' has a diverse and spectacular assortment of moments that make the flesh creep. - NY Times
Sex Tips For Straight Women From a Gay Man ~ Oct. 25 through Nov. 16
By Matt Murphy First Licensed Production in the Country!
FRESH from its monumentally successful, 7-year off-Broadway run, DO NOT miss the opportunity to hear the results of life-long
studies into male pleasure, conducted by those who know exactly what a man wants gay men!
Perfect date-night show! Five stars! - BroadwayWorld.com
24-Hour Playwriting Project ~ Nov. 23
Playwrights will bring their sleeping bags and coffee mugs to Lab Theater, where they will be assigned a theme, a director, and
actors. Within just 24 hours, you will see the fruits of their labor when we stage all of their 20-minute one-act plays!
Let Nothing You Dismay ~ Dec. 6 through 22
By Topher Payne FL Premiere!
Set during Christmas in a hospital waiting room, this fast-paced comedy focuses on a couple about to adopt its first child with the
help of a surrogate...and then the family decides to make a surprise visit! Watch eight actors portraying 22 different roles!
...even though the setting is a hospital, Mr. Payne...provide[s] better stitches than any doctor could! - TheaterReview.com
A Guy, a Girl, and a Piano (Cabaret Act) ~ Jan. 3 5
After wonderfully well-received performances last season, Therea Quinn and Randy Kramer will join us again with their 4-
hands/1-piano cabaret. Enjoy an eveing of virtuosic 4-hand piano arrangements, vocal solos, and duets. The show features music
from Gershwin, Sondheim, the Beatles, Joplin, Beethoven, Bernstein, Fats Waller, and others.
Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf: a parody ~ Jan. 17 through Feb. 8
By Tim Sniffin and Tim Ryder First Licensed Production in the Country!
A wonderfully funny show combines some of the most well-known characters, from several famous 20th-century plays, together in
the same space. Co-created by the popular comedy group, The Second City, this is one you have to see!
...this is a flawless, laugh-a-minute parody that will appeal to all true theater buffs ... - aroundthetownchicago.com
How to Transcend a Happy Marriage ~ Feb. 21 through Mar. 14
By Sarah Ruhl FL Premiere!
Ever thought about polyamory? Two couples decide to explore the topic, ending up with more than just discussion.
Amid a wealth of terrific, clever, laugh-out-loud dialogue...are moments of total realness... - EW.com (Entertainment Weekly)
In the Heights ~ Mar. 27 through Apr. 18
By Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegria Hudes SWFL Premiere!
Winner of FOUR Tony Awards (incl. Best Musical), this high-energy musical follows the lives of the mostly Hispanic-American
neighborhood of Washington Heights, NYC. "...when this musical erupts in one of its expressions of collective joy, the energy it gives
off could light up the George Washington Bridge for a year or two. - NY Times
Kehilla (Devised by Laboratory Theater) ~ Apr. 26 through 30
Experience international and local Jewish culture with live cooking of traditional foods (which will be shared with the audience!),
jokes, stories, and songs. Kehilla invites audiences to bridge a cultural gap and share in the family (or kehilla). This fun show is
entirely devised by Lab Theater playwrights who have collected songs, stories, and recipes to weave it together. Family-friendly!
The Laboratory Theater of Florida (View)
1634 Woodford Ave.
Fort Myers, FL 33901
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|