We're not just theatre, we're a theatrical experience.  Our doors open an hour before every show.  Arrive early and enjoy delicious food and beverages, talk about the play, art, the meaning of life, or your latest Netflix binge (we don't judge) and meet other brilliant theatre-loving people.


Here is the food truck schedule during our Orphans run so you can plan your gastro-thespian adventures.


Friday April 7 Opening Night
Rolling Sushi— Delicious Sushi rolls and bowls.
Saturday April 8
Juju’s Famous Ceviche-- This stuff is habit forming and goes down perfectly with beer!
Sunday April 9
The Big Easy— Delicious Cajun Po’boys and other faire. AND these folks provide table service! Text them your order and they will bring it to your table at the theatre. No waiting in line! You can pay with cash or credit card right at your table.
Thursday April 13
Big Easy Sandwich
Friday April 14
Waffle Oh Truck— Waffle and Brioche Sandwiches— so good.
Sat. April 15

Woodstone Pizza— Gourmet Wood Fired Pizzas Delivered to your table. (These are so GOOOOOD!)
Friday April 21
The Big Easy-- Can't get enough of this great thing.
Saturday April 22
Waffle Oh Truck
Sunday April 23
Juju’s Famous Ceviche


PLEASE NOTE:  WHEN PURCHASING TICKETS FOR MORE THAN ONE SHOW, CLICK ON "BUY TICKETS" FOR THE FIRST SHOW YOU WANT,  CHOOSE YOUR DATE AND TICKET TYPE (ADULT, SENIOR ETC.), THEN CLICK ON "KEEP SHOPPING" AT THE BOTTOM LEFT OF THE ORDER BOX TO CHOOSE A DIFFERENT DATE OR SHOW.   YOU CAN REPEAT THIS PROCESS FOR SEVERAL DATES AND/OR SHOWS BEFORE PROCESSING YOUR ORDER.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, JUST GIVE US A CALL!  (909) 734-6565.
$26 General Admission
$23 Seniors & Students with ID

*Hangry Artist $21.00
(*bring a program with your name in it to receive your "hangry" discount)
Please call for information on group discounts.


Here you can find information on all of our upcoming shows, as well as purchase tickets! Don't forget, we also have some great subscriber options on our SUBSCRIPTIONS page. So head over there if you'd like to know what packages we have available!


TO ORDER TICKETS BY PHONE, CALL OUR BOX OFFICE AT (909) 734-6565.

ORPHANS

by Lyle Kessler
Directed by Aly Easton

2114 Porterfield Way, Upland 91786

Right next door to Last Name Brewery

April 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 21, 22 at 8pm & April 9, 23 at 4pm

Broadway and Off Broadway audiences gave this moving drama standing ovations. Orphans has been an international success throughout the world. Two brothers, Phillip, sensitive, reclusive, never venturing out of his North Philly home and Treat, a violent pickpocket and thief who kidnaps a mysteriously wealthy businessman who turn the table on the two brothers and in strange, hilarious and moving way, becomes their long lost father figure. 

Nominee! 2013 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play Nominee! 2013 Outer Critics Circle Award, Outstanding Revival of a Play

"A weird, wonderful thriller filled with suspense, pathos and packing an emotional wallop." - WMCA Radio, 1985

"Keeps you transfixed." - New York Daily News, 1985

"Bracing energy, dark humor, and tender spirit...Briskly entertaining, deeply affecting" - USA Today, 2013

LA BÊTE

by David Hirson
Directed by Caitlin Lopez

September 22, 23, 29, & 30 at 8pm; September 24 & October 1 at 4pm.

Written in rhymed couplets of iambic pentameter, the Molière-inspired story, set in 17th century France, pits dignified, stuffy Elomire, the head of the royal court-sponsored theatre troupe, against the foppish, frivolous street entertainer Valere, whom the troupe's patron, Prince Conti, wishes to bring aboard. Despite Elomire's violent objections, the company is forced to perform one of Valere's own plays, which results in dramatic changes to the future of Elomire, Valere, and the company itself.

Winner of the 1992 Olivier Award for best comedy of the year. This inventive and remarkably funny play makes it seem as if Molière had returned to the present day.


"LA BÊTE…begins with a bang that can make even a jaded New York audience abruptly spring to attention. No, one will soon forget…LA BÊTE, which takes the brave chances so rare in new American plays." —NY Times.


"There are a lot of laughs…And Hirson's way with a couplet…is smart and amusing." — NY Post.

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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

by William Shakespeare
Directed by Caitlin Lopez  

July 13, 15, 21, & 23 at 8pm 

Get ready for the verbal sparring match of the ages! Benedick and Beatrice have sworn off love... and eachother. But when their friends and family attempt to con them into a romance, will these acid-tongued cynicists take the bait? Mistaken identities, love, hilarity, honor, shame, and partying till the sun comes up are all ingredients for a great time in this rollicking production!

HAMLET

 by William Shakespeare
Directed by Beatrice Casagran

July 14, 16, 20 & 22 at 8pm

Set in the Kingdom of Denmark, Hamlet dramatizes the revenge Prince Hamlet is called to wreak upon his uncle, Claudius, by the ghost of Hamlet's father, King Hamlet. Claudius had murdered his own brother and seized the throne, also marrying his deceased brother's widow. Hamlet is ranked among the most powerful and influential tragedies in English literature, with a story capable of "seemingly endless retelling and adaptation by others”.