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Announcing the 2022-23 PCS Season

December 10th, 2021

The Players Club of Swarthmore is pleased and proud to announce its 111th season.
Main Stage

  • “Something Rotten,” directed by Anthony SanFilippo, Sept. 16 through Oct. 1
  • “Clue: On Stage,” directed by Mike Sokolowski, Oct. 21 through Nov. 5
  • “Rent,” directed by Anne Marie Scalies, Nov. 25 through Dec. 10
  • “Indecent,” directed by Thomas-Robert Irvin, Jan. 6 through 21
  • “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” directed by Julie Zaffarano, Feb. 10 through 25
  • “Much Ado About Nothing,” directed by Paul Kerrigan, Mar. 17 through Apr. 1
  • Roald Dahl’s “Matilda” the Musical, directed by Vince Raspa, Apr. 21 through May 6
  • “Godspell,” directed by Heather Timberman, Jul. 7 through 16

Second Stage

  • “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” directed by Sean Begane, Oct. 7 through 15
  • “Mother of the Maid,” directed by John Barker, Jan. 27 through Feb. 4
  • “Puffs,” directed by Taylor Keller, Apr. 7 through 16

Children’s Series

  • “The Snowy Day and Other Stories by Ezra Jack Keats,” directed by Sara Rabatin, Nov. 11 through 20
  • “The Little Prince,” directed by Noelle Gambale & Brian Hagelin, Mar. 3 through 12
  • “Yo, Vikings!,” directed by Charlie Meyers, Jun. 23 through Jul. 2

You can get early access to tickets for the season by becoming a subscriber! Purchase a 7-ticket package for $120 or a 14-ticket package for $220! You can use tickets for any production during the 2022-23 season. In addition, any subscription vouchers you have left over from 2021-22 may be applied to any show next season! Act now and start redeeming your vouchers to claim your seats before non-subscription tickets go on sale on May 26! Subscription sales close on October 1.

You can also earn a 20% discount on regular tickets by becoming a member of the Players Club. For just $20, you can support the club and, if you become a member before October 1, you can help shape the future of the club by voting in our annual elections.

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