June 14 – July 2, 2017

Please note schedule change for Saturday, July 1

Due to the city's Independence Day celebration, the July 1 performance has been rescheduled as a 2 p.m. matinee. If you have tickets for the July 1 performance, please contact the box office to confirm or exchange your reservation: 484-664-3333.

Empie Theatre, 
Baker Center for the Arts

Music by Galt MacDermot
Book & Lyrics by James Rado & Jerome Ragni

The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical celebrates its 50th Anniversary! Join the tribe and experience the passionate counterculture of the 1960s, in this free-spirited tribute to the Age of Aquarius.

The groundbreaking rock score features such classics as "Good Morning Starshine," "Easy to Be Hard," "Aquarius," and "Let the Sunshine In." Director James Peck returns to the summer stage following last season’s triumphant production of In the Heights, reunited with musical director Ed Bara and choreographer Samuel Antonio Reyes.

Recommended for ages 17+. Features adult themes and images, including war violence, sexuality, drug use, and some nudity.

Director: James Peck
Musical Director: Ed Bara
Choreographer: Samuel Antonio Reyes
Scenic Designer: John Raley
Costume Designer: Lex Gurst
Lighting Designer: Curtis Dretsch
Sound Designer: Phil Ingle

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for June 29 – July 2:
Wed-Fri: 8 p.m.
Sat, July 1: 2 p.m.
Sun, July 2: 2 p.m.


 First Week (Wed-Sat)
Regular Price: $35
Seniors (65+): $31
Students (14-22): $20
Children (13 & under): $17

Rest of the Run (including Sundays)
Regular Price: $41
Seniors (65+): $37
Students (14-22): $24
Children (13 & under): $21

Groups of 15+
Regular price / seniors: $25
Students / Children: $16
Groups, call 484-664-3087.


Accessible Performance

Sunday, June 25, 2 pm.
Audio Description & Open Caption

Open Captioning is available for patrons with hearing loss, and Audio Description is available for patrons who are blind or low-vision. See Accessibility Page for details.