Friday and Saturday performances begin at 8 pm, doors open by 7:30 pm. Sunday performances begin at 2 pm, doors open by 1:30 pm.
Eastbound Theatre performances are now cabaret seating and BYO-Everything!
Wine, beer and soft drinks, as well as snacks, are also available in our Speakeasy lounge.
Greg and Kate have moved to Manhattan after twenty-two years of child-raising in the suburbs. Greg’s career as a financial trader is winding down, while Kate’s career, as a public-school English teacher, is beginning to offer her more opportunities. Greg brings home a dog he found in the park—or that has found him—bearing only the name “Sylvia” on her name tag. A street-smart mixture of Lab and Poodle, Sylvia becomes a major bone of contention between husband and wife. She offers Greg an escape from the frustrations of his job and the unknowns of middle age. To Kate, Sylvia becomes a rival for affection. And Sylvia thinks Kate just doesn’t understand the relationship between man and dog. The marriage is put in serious jeopardy until, after a series of hilarious and touching complications, Greg and Kate learn to compromise, and Sylvia becomes a valued part of their lives.
“I can only call it one of the most involving, beautiful, funny, touching and profound plays I have ever seen…” —NY Daily News. “Gurney’s mad comedy is the most endearing good time to trot down the pike in many a moon. Howlingly funny…” —BackStage.
His name is Woodson Bull III, but you can call him “Third.” And Professor Laurie Jameson is disinclined to like his jockish, jingoistic attitude. He is, as she puts it, “a walking red state.” Believing that Third’s sophisticated essay on King Lear could not possibly have been written by such a specimen, Professor Jameson reports his plagiarism to the college’s Committee of Academic Standards. But is Jameson’s accusation justified? Or is she casting Third as the villain in her own struggle with her relationships, her age and the increasingly polarized political environment?
“It’s the certainty of uncertainty in life that makes THIRD so affecting…THIRD exhales a gentle breath of autumn, a rueful awareness of death and of seasons past, that makes it impossible to dismiss it…A gracious air of both apology and forgiveness pervades its attitude to its characters.” —NY Times.
Tickets available at: Tickets Page
All shows have reserved seating
$16.00 MAC Members
$ 20.00 General admission
$ 18.00 Seniors
Students tickets are $5 at the door with valid ID and based on availability.
$ 50.00 general subscriptions
$ 45.00 seniors
$39.00 MAC members
An Eastbound subscription gives you reserved seating
Current Eastbound subscribers are encouraged to call the MAC office to renew their subscription. Re-newals receive preference for assigned seats.
New subscriptions and renewals will be available between June and October.
Subscribers may exchange tickets up to two weeks before the ticketed performance.
Box Office Policy
Reservations must be paid in advance
General admission purchases will receive best seating based on availability.
General admission tickets will go on sale 8 weeks prior to opening.
For more info, please contact Milford Arts Council at 203-878-6647.