2018-2019 Season Subscription

$183.00 $93.00

The Theatre 40 2018-2019 Season Subscriber package includes all 6 plays of the season for only $180.00!*

Benefits of becoming a subscriber include:
– Save $$$ over regular single ticket price
– Six exciting plays at one low subscription rate
– Attend the evening or matinee of your choice
– Convenient ticket reservations by phone
– Advance notifications of all plays
– Get the best seats in the house

*Total price includes a $3 processing fee per subscription.

If you prefer to subscribe by mail, download and complete the Subscription Order Form and mail it to:
Theatre 40
PO Box 5401
Beverly Hills CA 90210

Refund Policy
– All purchases are non-refundable.
– Ticket exchanges for a different date are subject for approval based on availability due to limited seating and reservations.


The Theatre 40 Season Subscriber package includes tickets to all 6 of our regular season plays:

Play 1

Screwball Comedy

American Premiere

A Play by Norm Foster
Directed by Howard Storm
Produced by David Hunt Stafford

The year is 1938 and aspiring reporter Mary Hayes is struggling to break into the male-dominated world of journalism. Jeff Kincaid may be the hottest reporter in the city, but his job is on the line and Mary could well be the one to replace him. Reminiscent of the Zany, cinematic screwball comedies of Gable and Colbert or Hepburn and Grant, this delightful play crackles with wit and humor!


Niko Boles • Lane Compton • Gail Johnston • Daniel Leslie • Jean Mackie
Sharron Shayne • David Hunt Stafford • George Villas • Kate Whitney

Play 2

26 Pebbles

A Play by Eric Ulloa
Directed by Jules Aaron

On December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School and killed twenty-six innocent souls before taking his own life. These twenty-six innocent deaths, like pebbles thrown into a pond, created ripples and vibrations that were felt far beyond the initial rings. This is the story of those vibrations.
Similar in style to The Laramie Project, playwright Eric Ulloa conducted interviews with members of the community in Newtown and crafted them into an exploration of gun violence and a small town shaken by a horrific event.
Powerful…gripping…emotional…and yet, a much more uplifting night at the theatre than one might presume.

Play 3

Bus Stop

A Play by William Inge
Directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowsky

About 25 miles west of Kansas City, a freak snowstorm has halted the progress of a bus, and travelers have a late-night, weather-enforced layover in a local diner. Romantic or quasi-romantic relationships ensue.
Inge’s classic comedy is filled with sentimental characters and a slow-but-pleasant, slice-of-life storyline. The play manages to continually charm modern audiences, if only due to our inherent longing for a simpler, more innocent past.
Most of Inge’s plays are a mixture of comedy and drama. This American treasure is no different.

Play 4

It Is Done

A Play by Alex Goldberg
Directed by Jeff G. Rack

Inside a desolate bar in the middle of nowhere, bartender Hank and his only customers, Jonas, a man on the run, and Ruby, a mysterious woman on a mission, settle in for a long evening to ride out a windstorm.
The three are trapped together and engage in seemingly innocent conversation, until the evening escalates into life or death struggles as past secrets are shockingly revealed.
This haunting, moody, critically-acclaimed thriller that was named by Huffington Post as one of the “Top Ten of the Year” is a play that is well-conceived, terrifying, macabre, hilarious, and filled with spooky chills!

Play 5

The Sound of Murder

A Play by William Fairchild

Charles Norbury, a successful writer of children’s stories, is popular in his field but not at home, where he is arrogant, calculating, and a cruel tormentor. His wife, starved for love and denied children of her own, turns to another man for affection, and eventually the two of them devise a fool-proof plan to do away with the husband.
Unfortunately, however, a tape recorder has been left on and the writer’s frustrated secretary learns of the plan and uses the information to trap the other man into marriage after he has killed the husband. They go away together and the police believe that the husband drowned accidentally, chasing a prowler. But, some weeks later, there is a surprise in store…

Play 6

A Bad Year for Tomatoes

A Play by John Patrick

Fed up with the pressures and demands of her acting career, the famous Myra Marlowe leases a house in the tiny New England hamlet of Beaver Haven and settles down to write her autobiography. Soon she discovers that dealing with her nosy, omnipresent neighbors is a never-ending struggle. In an attempt to shoo them away and gain some privacy, Myra invents a mad, homicidal sister who is kept locked in an upstairs room, but who occasionally escapes long enough to scare off uninvited visitors.
The ruse works well at first, but complications result when the local handyman develops an affection for the “crazy” sister and some of the neighbor ladies decide it is their duty to save the poor demented soul.
A charming comedy about the best laid plans.