Same Time, Next Year at the Historic Edison Valley Playhouse

This romantic comedy tells the story of accountant George Peterson and housewife Doris who meet at a Northern California inn in February 1951. They have an affair, and agree to meet once a year, despite the fact both are married to others and have six children between them.

Over the course of the next 24 years, they develop an emotional intimacy deeper than what one would expect to find between two people meeting for a clandestine relationship just once a year. During the time they spend with each other, they discuss the births, deaths, and marital problems each is experiencing at home, while they adapt themselves to the social changes affecting their lives.

Directed by: Steve Bartlow 

Starring
Jill Mesonas
Armand Marino

Friday & Saturday, June 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 2018 at 8 PM
Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 2 PM

Ticket price: Adults $15
Students, Seniors, or Military Personnel $12

To reserve tickets for pickup and payment on the night of the show, call the box office at 908-755-4654 and leave a message with your name, date of the show you wish to attend, the number of tickets needed, and your phone number. Pay for your tickets when you arrive to pick them up on the night of the show. You will receive a callback only if there is a problem with your reservation.

To reserve and pay for your tickets online go to:
https://edison-valley-playhouse-agent.ticketleap.com/stny/

Contact Information
  1. Box Office
  2. 908-755-4654
  3. info@evplayhouse.com
Fri, June 15
8:00 pm — 10:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/15/2018 8:00pm 06/15/2018 10:30pm America/New_York Same Time, Next Year at the Historic Edison Valley Playhouse

This romantic comedy tells the story of accountant George Peterson and housewife Doris who meet at a Northern California inn in February 1951. They have an affair, and agree to meet once a year, despite the fact both are married to others and have six children between them.

Over the course of the next 24 years, they develop an emotional intimacy deeper than what one would expect to find ...

2196 Oak Tree Rd Edison, NJ 08820

Historic Edison Valley Playhouse

2196 Oak Tree Rd
Edison, NJ 08820

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