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SubscribeOur 42nd season offers an exquisite mix of music and drama. You can save up to 33% on your seats, get guaranteed tickets to the hottest shows in town, and go to the front of the line when you arrive. Even better, subscribers are the only ones who can switch their tickets to a different date for free. So you'll have total flexibility!

With the Full Season package, you save so much that you see a play for free. The discount for seniors and youth is so big that they see two shows for free! You can also choose to see just three plays... and still save up to 20 percent!

Discounts are also available for the new Sunday Concert Series: see four concerts for $94, six for $136, or all seven for $140.

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Read about this season’s shows by clicking on the tabs below:


CABARET Edith Piaf: Beneath Paris Skies
December 31, 2014 - January 18, 2015

World premiere!

Featuring the songs of Edith Piaf
Music direction by Al Haas & Robert Lunceford
Stage direction by Melissa Weaver

Let Cinnabar seduce you with hypnotic songs of dreams and desire. Edith Piaf’s unlikely life in the bars and brothels of Paris made her both tender and tough, a distinctive mix that mesmerized the world. When she shot to stardom in the 1930s, her haunting voice and heartbreaking ballads earned international acclaim.

With this world premiere, four superb performers and a five-piece band take you on an enchanting trip to Europe. See Paris through Piaf’s eyes with the artists who created last season’s sensational tribute to Jacques Brel. Bon chance! Et bon voyage.

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"Piaf's own story is almost as remarkable as her musical legacy.” – LA Times

Underwritten by Michel Snethlage & Barbara Howell

PLAY I Am My Own Wife
Feb 6 - 15, 2015

Written by Doug Wright
Directed by Jennifer King

I Am My Own Wife burst onto Broadway in 2004 and won every major honor, including the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award for Best Play. Now, in a tour de force performance, Steven Abbott portrays all 36 characters in this astonishing solo show.

Experience the incredible tale of a “deviant” German who survived – even thrived – despite the Nazi and Communist regimes. It’s a compelling and entirely true story that celebrates resilience and pride.

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"Triumphant... A startling tale of endurance.” – Associated Press

Underwritten by Bergin Glass Impressions

PLAY Arcadia
April 3 - 19, 2015

Written by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Sheri Lee Miller

Cinnabar proudly presents Tom Stoppard’s masterpiece Arcadia, a dazzling play that is equal parts comedy, mystery, and love story. In this brilliant and witty show, which won London’s coveted Olivier Award, 12 talented actors take you on a thrilling ride through two centuries of passion, poetry, and science.

Director Sheri Lee Miller delighted audiences with sold-out hits such as Of Mice & MenThe Price, and La Cage aux Folles. Now she’s back to stage this remarkable play of heady ideas and heartfelt emotion.

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"A masterpiece... The finest play written in my lifetime.” – The New Yorker

Underwritten by Dr. David Noorthoek

OPERA Falstaff
June 12 - 28, 2015

Music by Giuseppe Verdi
Libretto by Arrigo Boito
Music direction by Mary Chun
Stage direction by Elly LIchenstein

Cinnabar’s scintillating season ends on a high note with Falstaff. Performed entirely in English, this irreverent opera combines Verdi’s glorious score with Shakespeare’s uproarious rogue. Falstaff schemes to get rich by bedding his neighbors’ wives, but the ladies turn the tables with a mischievous series of tricks and disguises.

Following on their flawless Figaro, Artistic Director Elly Lichenstein and Music Director Mary Chun unveil another sumptuous and sonorous show. Beloved baritone Jo Vincent Parks embodies the irrepressible rascal in this rollicking tale of wine, women, and song.

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"Hilarous... Verdi's score is a miracle of ingenuity.” – New York Times

Underwritten by Emily & Walter Roeder


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