Welcome to the Second Street Players Online Box Office!
Our new ticketing system does not have an 800 phone line for you to call. Sales will be online, but we're happy to assist you if you email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To order tickets, click the blue "View Performances" button below.
Then, click the blue "Purchase Tickets" button next to the date you'd like.
The seating chart will be grayed out until you click the "House" tab below, and then you can choose your own seats by clicking on the circles representing the seats you'd like. To unselect a seat and choose another, just click on it again.
When you're done, click on "Add Tickets to Cart" and on the next screen, choose the appropriate dropdown for the ticket price that applies to you. Note that we are now offering a $1 discount for any show for seniors, students, and theater members, and we're on the honor system!
Then click "Add to Cart", confirm you seat and date selections, and click "Checkout Now".
You'll be prompted for payment info and a ticket delivery method. We recommend that you choose "Print Tickets at home". You'll be emailed a ticket voucher you can print. Just bring that to the box office when you arrive to check in for your performance.We'll have a record of all sales at the performance and can easily assist you if you've lost your ticket.
Online Ticket Sales end 3 hours before curtain time. If tickets aren't available online, there might be some available at the door.
Enjoy the show!
This winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, which originally starred Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn and was later revived with Julie Harris and Charles Durning, uses a card game as a metaphor for life. Weller Martin is playing solitaire on the porch of a seedy nursing home. Enter Fonsia Dorsey, a prim, self-righteous lady. They discover they both dislike the home and enjoy gin rummy, so they begin to play and to reveal intimate details of their lives. Fonsia wins every time, and their secrets become weapons used against one another. Weller longs for a victory to counter a lifetime of defeats, but it doesn’t happen. He leaves the stage a broken man, and Fonsia realizes her self-righteous rigidity has led to an embittered, lonely, old age.
|1/27/23 at 7:00 pm|
|1/28/23 at 7:00 pm|
|1/29/23 at 2:00 pm|
|2/3/23 at 7:00 pm|
|2/4/23 at 7:00 pm|
|2/5/23 at 2:00 pm|