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2011 - 2012 Season Subscription 

Use our secure server form below, or, if you wish, you can print out our .pdf Season Brochure, fill in the form and snail mail it.


Year Zero

West Coast Premiere 

YEAR ZERO
by Michael Golamco 

How do you move forward in life when you’re stuck where you are? In Long Beach, CA, two young Cambodian-Americans search for an answer. Vuthy is a lonely 16-year-old who loves hip hop and Dungeons & Dragons. His ambitious older sister is starting to veer from her steadfast path to higher education and assimilation. With great humor and a modern sensibility, Year Zero sensitively explores how to escape a painful past while honoring the legacy of one’s own history. It’s a contemporary comedic drama about reinvention, redemption, and finding where we belong. [Contains Strong Language]

“A very smart, sweet, honest and uncommonly moving new play. Michael Golamco is a significant new dramatic voice.” – Chicago Tribune 

June 1 - July 3, 2011

On Golden Pond

ON GOLDEN POND
By Ernest Thompson 

Lovable curmudgeon Norman Thayer is nearing eighty and is as tart-tongued as ever. His spirited wife, Ethel, delights in all the small things that have enriched their lives. Together, they are returning to their summer home on the lake for the forty-eighth year and are soon visited by their adult daughter, her uptight fiancÚ, and his rebellious teenage son. On Golden Pond is a heartwarming story about revisiting the past and forging new bonds across generations. This modern classic remains an inspiring celebration of the universal challenges we all face, and the ultimate triumphs of life, love, and family.

“A rare and memorable theatrical experience.” – Variety

July 27 – August 28, 2011

SHOOTING STAR

West Coast Premiere

SHOOTING STAR
by Steven Dietz 

Elena and Reed had a passionate love affair when they were in college. It ended badly, and they haven’t seen each other since. It’s now 25 years later, and they have an unexpected reunion while trapped in an airport during a blizzard with all flights cancelled. She is still a flower child. He is a buttoned-down corporate executive. Is it ever too late for a second chance? Filled with laughter and heartache, Shooting Star is a bittersweet romantic comedy about the middle days of our lives and how we got there.

“‘Shooting Star’ is that rare romantic comedy that is funny, but also charming, endearing, and not removed from reality.” – Providence Journal

September 14 – October 16, 2011

TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT

Los Angeles Premiere

TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT
By Graham Greene
Adapted for the stage by Giles Havergal 

The adventure of a lifetime! Mild-mannered Henry Pulling leads a quiet life, but when his vigorous and eccentric Aunt Augusta suddenly appears with mysterious information about his past, Henry is drawn into an exotic international adventure. Four actors play more than 20 roles, including secret agents, thieves, and art smugglers in this exciting theatrical escapade. Adapted from the celebrated novel by Graham Greene, Travels With My Aunt is an irreverent, captivating, and unforgettable journey. 

“Rollicking! A tour de force. A sheer triumph of joie de vivre.” – Chicago Sun Times 

November 9 – December 18, 2011

OLD WICKED SONGS

OLD WICKED SONGS
by Jon Marans 

Stephen is a young, brilliant American pianist who has come to Vienna with the hope of regaining his shattered confidence. His teacher is a lonely, eccentric, elderly professor with a shadowy past. As the glorious music of Robert Schumann floods the professor’s studio, the past collides with the present, deep secrets are revealed, and the men slowly discover they have more in common than just the music they love. Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Old Wicked Songs travels an emotional journey that weaves together profound sorrow, boundless joy, and soaring inspiration. “

One of the best plays of the year, a fascinating exploration of art, guilt, compassion, and identity.” – New York Post 

February 1 – March 4, 2012

DAMES AT SEA

DAMES AT SEA
Book and lyrics by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller
Music by Jim Wise 

Small-town girl Ruby arrives in the Big Apple with only her tap shoes, a prayer in her heart, and a wish to become a Broadway star. She falls in love with Dick, a sailor who just happens to be a songwriter. They can sing a lovely duet – but can they save a Broadway musical when calamity strikes? An affectionate spoof of the grand and glorious Busby Berkeley movie musicals of the 1930s – with a cast of only 6 – Dames at Sea is an all-singing, all-dancing, old-fashioned tap extravaganza that charms and delights.

“A real winner! A little gem of a musical.” – New York Times

April 11 – May 13, 2012


 

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Phone:

(818) 558-7000

Print out this form for fax or mail:

Fax:

(818) 558-7110

Mail:

The Colony Theatre
555 North Third Street
Burbank, California 91502

Or, you can print out our .pdf Season Brochure, fill in the form and snail mail it.

Or follow the steps below to order on-line


1. CHOOSE YOUR SERIES


Seating Map

The Colony's intimate amphitheatre design always puts you up-close to the live action and surrounds you with crystal-clear sound. The Colony is proud to be only eight rows deep and with each row raised slightly higher you will never stare at the back of someone's head!


INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the Tier and Time/Day of the Week you desire by clicking the circular button.  We will give you the series that falls within in your requested day of the week that offers the best available seats. If you are interested in attending on specific dates, please indicate your wishes in the special instructions below. Prices are for reference; you will indicate how many tickets and at what price (adult or student/senior) in step 3.


2011 - 2012 Remaining Season (Six Plays)

Tier A Seating
Adult/Student or Senior
Tier B Seating
Adult/Student or Senior
Tier C Seating
Adult/Student or Senior
OPENING NIGHT
(AFTER PARTY with cast and director. Food and beverages!)
Saturday
at 8pm
$234/$210 $210/$180 -- unavailable --
PEAK SERIES
Saturdays
at 8pm
 $210/$180 $180/$150 $120/$120
Sundays
at 2pm
 $210/$180  $180/$150  $120/$120
OFF-PEAK SERIES
(FREE TALKBACK with cast on the first Friday & third Thursday of each run)
Thursdays
at 8pm
$180/$150 $150/$120  $120/$120
Fridays
at 8pm
 $180/$150  $150/$120  $120/$120
Saturdays
at 3pm
 $180/$150  $150/$120  $120/$120

Senior Discount:
Age 62 and up
Student Discount: Student ID required

Plays and dates subject to change




Don't forget how easy our ticket exchange program is!
If you need to change your date for any show, just give us a call.
and we'll exchange your tickets for FREE!

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We count on the generosity of our subscribers to ensure our continued success.
We suggest a $50 donation, but we appreciate any support you can give!

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If you have any questions, call us at (818) 558-7000 or e-mail us at boxoffice@colonytheatre.org


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


What if I need to change my date?
If I change my date, will I need to mail back my original tickets?
How will I know where I'm sitting?
What if we lose our tickets?
What if I want to bring guests?
What if I miss my date?
If I change my date, do I lose my seats?
How do I  make sure I get seats next to my subscriber friends on the same date?
What If I require handicapped seats?
What if I want to cancel my subscription?


What if I need to change my date?

As always, you may exchange your tickets as many times as you need to, as long as you call us by 1/2 hour before your scheduled performance. You may request a change by phone, email or FAX. Changing your date, however, will not guarantee the same seat assignment. We will reassign you the best seats available at the time of exchange. Exchanged tickets will be picked up at Will Call.

If I change my date, will I need to mail back my original tickets?

No - Just throw them away.

How will I know where I'm sitting?

When you send in your subscription, the best available seats will be assigned to you. Those will be your seats for every show in the season, as long as you attend on the dates you are assigned.

What if we lose our tickets?

Lost tickets are replaced free of charge and will be held for pick-up at Will Call

What if I want to bring guests?

If you know you will be bringing guests to most shows, you should purchase extra subscriptions (much less expensive than guest tickets), so you will always have the best available seats for you and your guests. If you don't use the tickets, they can be donated back to the theatre. Otherwise, you may order guest tickets at any time (at a discount off of single ticket prices) and you may either sit with them by giving up your season seats and letting us assign you the next best seats available, or you may keep your season seats and we will assign your guests the next best available seats for the same performance.

What if I miss my date?

If you miss a show, you may go to the box office one half-hour before another performance of the same play and exchange your unused ticket for any available seat.

If I change my date, do I lose my seats?

Yes. If you change your confirmed date, we will assign you the next best available seats for your new confirmed date.

How do I  make sure I get seats next to my subscriber friends on the same date?

You'll need to send in your subscriptions together in order to be guaranteed season seats together. Since all seats are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, there will be no way to put you together if we receive the subscriptions at different times.

What If I require handicapped seats?

If you are unable to climb stairs, you need to tell us that on your form and we will assign you ground level seats. 

What if I want to cancel my subscription?

Just let us know and we will cheerfully refund the balance of your subscription, no questions asked.

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