Homewood Theatre’s 2018-2019 season is going to be a good one. We’ve added one play to this year’s season (giving us five productions), and now each production will have four performances (Thursday through Saturday night plus a Sunday matinee). That gives us more opportunities for a good time at Homewood Theatre!

Season tickets for the 2018-2019 season are $75 and for that you get:

· One ticket to all 5 “Season Shows”

· Reserved Seating

· Ability to exchange tickets

· Pay no ticketing fee charge

That’s right! You’ll get one ticket to all five season shows, and, you will also have a reserved seat for each. You pick the performance you want to attend, and if there is a change, we will be glad to move your tickets to another night. Plus, you’ll save some money. When you purchase season tickets, you pay no fees from our ticketing service.

Buy tickets here!

Here are the details:

Bill Bugg and Friends Part 2

August 9-12, 2018

Bill Bugg is back! And he’s bringing some of the best vocalists in town in a piano bar setting singing songs from the Great American Songbook. It was a hit last year… don’t miss Part 2!

Funny Little Thing Called Love

October 25-28, 2018

Southern comedy from the folks who used to write for “The Golden Girls” television program. The same folks who wrote “Always a Bridesmaid” which we performed last season. Hilarious show all about love and laughs!

The Red Plaid Shirt

January 10-13, 2019

Alabama Premiere! Funny play by a Canadian playwright being performed for the first time in our state! Two friends approach retirement in different ways: one being extra-careful, the other traveling on his motorcycle!

The Underpants

April 4-7, 2019

This one is by Steve Martin! He a classic German play and puts his wild and crazy spin on it. You never know what will happen when someone’s bloomers fall down!

The World Goes ‘Round

May 16-19, 2019

A musical revue showcasing the songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb. You’ll hear all the showstoppers from Cabaret, Chicago, Woman of the Year, Funny Lady, and New York, New York. All-star cast and directed by Jack Mann.