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Is there anything cozier than a professional-yet-intimate theater and playhouse, nestled onto a bustling street in a scenic New England town?

Probably not. And that’s why we so love West Hartford’s Playhouse on Park, just one mile from DELAMAR West Hartford and offering quality entertainment for the young and adult alike – for everyone who loves musicals and comedy nights, kid-friendly theater and even the occasional burlesque show. For anyone who wants to be entertained.

West Hartford’s Playhouse on Park

Welcome to the Playhouse on Park, a theater dedicated to high quality and affordable entertainment. A home for emerging, community, and professional artists alike. A center for community education and outreach.

Welcome to the Playhouse on Park, a thoroughly modern playhouse with just the right touch of old-fashioned feel. Here’s a taste of what’s on the schedule for the remainder of 2018:

Peter and the Starcatcher: A theatrical and hilarious retelling of Peter Pan, Peter and the Starcatcher retells the century-old legend of The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up. The young and young-at-heart will love this romp – the winner of 5 Tony Awards, by the way – with unlikely heroes and marauding pirates, the Lost Boys and mysterious friends.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: For the adult set, this is an unsettling tale of a mental hospital, the tyrannical Nurse Ratched, and a few unforgettable patients. In a world where conformity is the only route to sanity, and where following the rules is the only way to survive, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest offers an illuminating exploration of what it means to be human.

Murder for Two: Can you solve whodunit? That’s the question in Murder for Two, an uproarious musical murder mystery with a serious twist: one actor is the investigator and all the rest are suspects. Welcome to the zany and often laugh-inducing crossroads of musical comedy and madcap mystery.

The Revolutionists: Where comedy meets a foursome of badass women, The Revolutionists is set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. You’ll laugh on the edge of your seats, as you follow the exploits of a playwright, an assassin, a Haitian rebel and, yes, former queen Marie Antoinette. They’ll laugh together, they’ll revolt together, and they’ll even murder together. Vive la résistance!

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