2016-2017 Season Subscriptions

Buy Online
2 Plays $70

2 Plays $64

2 Plays $18

Other Ways to Purchase



In Person

2640 N. Forest Road
Getzville, NY 14068

In Person

787 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14209


Thursday @ 7:30pm: Oct. 27, Nov. 03, Nov. 10, Nov. 17
Saturday @ 4pm & 8pm: Oct. 29, Nov. 05, Nov. 12, Nov. 19
Sunday @ 2pm: Oct. 30, Nov. 06, Nov. 13, Nov. 20

Written by: Amy Herzog
Directed by: Saul Elkin
Starring: Marissa Biondolillo, Ellen Horst, Sara Kow-Falcone and Nick Stevens

Play Synopsis: After suffering a major loss on a cross-country bike trip, 21 year-old Leo seeks solace from his feisty 91 year-old grandmother Vera in her West Village apartment. While Leo seeks support, Vera finds companionship in another person for the first time since the loss of her husband, Joe. A finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in Drama, Amy Herzog’s 4000 Miles is a compassionate, intimate, and frequently funny play that examines the love of the family we can choose, the family we can’t, and the healing power of trust.

Winner! 2012 Obie Award, Best New Play
Winner! 2012 New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award
Winner! Time Magazine's #1 Play or Musical of 2012


Thursday @ 7:30pm: Feb. 09, Feb. 16, Feb. 23, Mar. 02
Saturday @ 4pm & 8pm: Feb.11, Feb. 18, Feb. 25, Mar. 04
Sunday @ 2pm: Feb. 12, Feb. 19, Feb. 26, Mar. 05

Written by: Amy Herzog
Directed by: Saul Elkin
Starring: Anne Roaldi Boucher, Keith Elkins, Lisa Ludwig, David Marciniak, Adam Rath, Tina Rausa, Bonnie Taylor, Steve Vaughan

Play Synopsis: Emma Joseph, a bright, hard-working, recent law school graduate descended from a long line of Marxists, is continuing her family’s business of fighting for progressive ideals. She founded the Joe Joseph Fund, named for her grandfather who was blacklisted during the McCarthy era for refusing to name names, and is currently working to free a man on death row who is being punished for his outspoken political beliefs in much the same way. A curveball comes hurdling Emma’s way however, when she learns that her grandfather may have been passing information to Russians while working for the US government. In this intellectual family drama laden with lively, entertaining dialogue, loyalty, citizenship, betrayal and freedom are opened for investigation.

"AFTER THE REVOLUTION is a shrewd, ironic meditation on what we do with history, how we appropriate it for our own psychological needs. Among the play's many pleasures—a firm grasp of historical paradox, sharp dialogue—the most satisfying is the way the characters struggle through their differences to listen to one another. —The New Yorker


Thursday @ 7:30pm: Apr. 27, May 04, May 11, May 18
Saturday @ 4pm & 8pm: Apr. 29, May 06, May 13, May 20
Sunday @ 2pm: Apr. 30*, May 07, May 14, May 21

*The Sunday, April 30 performance of The Great God Pan will begin at 4 pm, instead of our usual 2 pm due to the JCC Community Celebration of Yom Ha’Atzmaut – Israel Independence Day. All other Sunday performances will take place at 2 pm.

Written by: Amy Herzog
Directed by: Saul Elkin
Starring: Jamie's life in Brooklyn seems just fine: a beautiful girlfriend, a budding journalism career, and parents who live just far enough away. But when a possible childhood trauma comes to light, lives are thrown into a tailspin. Unsettling and deeply compassionate, THE GREAT GOD PAN tells the intimate tale of what is lost and won when a hidden truth is unloosed into the world.

"Haunting, deeply affecting, and unfailingly honest. Amy Herzog is one of the bright theatrical lights of her generation. She writes with a keen sensitivity to the complex weave of feelings embedded in all human relations. THE GREAT GOD PAN is not something I'll soon forget." —NY Times

Comments are closed.