Theatre Coppell 2023 Season Announced
Updated: Feb 19
2023 Season Tickets are available for purchase starting Monday, November 28 through Friday, February 17.
Prices are $130 for regular adult tickets; $110 for senior (55+)/student tickets, plus fees.
February 17 – March 5, 2023
The Odd Couple
By Neil Simon
This Tony award-winning classic comedy centers around uptight, neat Felix Ungar and easygoing, disheveled Oscar Madison as new roommates. Two suddenly single pals – a sloppy sportswriter and a fastidious news writer – strain their friendship by becoming roommates and unconsciously repeating the same mistakes they made in the marriages they just left. Neil Simon's classic 1965 comedy has at its heart, a story of individuals trying to connect through their differences and trying to make their way through difficult times. Loyalty and kindness overcome personality quirks and differences.
April 7 – 23, 2023
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Based on the book by Mark Twain; adapted by Robert Batson
Theatre Coppell presents The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, based on the book by Mark Twain and adapted for the stage by Robert Batson. Written in 1876, this book about a boy growing up along the Mississippi River is one of Mark Twain’s best-loved and most quoted works. In this adaptation of a legendary tale, all of the major adventures of Tom and his friends are brought to the stage. The fun and adventure are non-stop in this unforgettable family favorite. Children can enjoy the adventure story, and adults can appreciate the satire.
July 14 – 30, 2023
By Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan
This electrifying musical stage adaptation of Mel Brooks’ brilliantly funny film will leave you in stitches! Frederick Frankenstein, grandson of the infamous inventor Doctor Frankenstein, reluctantly inherits the family estate in Transylvania. With the help of a hunchbacked sidekick named Igor and lab assistant Inga, Frederick finds himself following in the mad-scientist tradition of his ancestor, creating a monster for this century. When the monster escapes, hilarity abounds.
August 11 – 27, 2023
By Richard Dresser
Rounding Third is a funny yet thought-provoking look at Little League baseball. Two mismatched fathers/coaches – one a seasoned veteran and the other a rookie newcomer – comically struggle on philosophies of the game, parenthood and the true meaning of success. Their clash of styles and wills drives this funny and touching play through the bumpy terrain of fatherhood and baseball. As they struggle with the junior version of the national pastime, the men's markedly different personal circumstances and philosophies force them to journey onto life's playing field – where knowing how to succeed is all that matters.
September 29 – October 15, 2023
By Agatha Christie
The Mousetrap is a murder mystery play by Agatha Christie. As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a remote countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts. A "Whodunit", the play has a twist ending, which the audience are traditionally asked not to reveal after leaving the theatre.
December 1 – 17, 2023
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
By Barbara Robinson
It’s the most popular Christmas show we’ve ever done, so it’s back to liven the holidays! In this hilarious tale, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids – probably the most inventively awful kids in history. You won’t believe the mayhem – and the fun – when the Herdmans collide with the Christmas story head on! Family-friendly and one of the best Christmas stories ever. And certainly one of the funniest.
As a season ticket holder, you get these great benefits:
Best seats guaranteed. Some great seats available!
Exchange privileges: if you can't make your performance, just let us know and we'll switch you to a different performance.
Opportunity to buy additional tickets for shows before the general public.