Dec. 5 — Dec. 21
From Frank Capra’s classic film to this staging by playwright James W. Rodgers, the redemptive tale of George Bailey and his guardian angel, Clarence, always finds its way home for the holidays.Read more
T&G's Kolas unwraps a rating of 3.5 stars
Cornelys' retirement ushers
in Jan. 1 ownership switch
(Also: Q-&-A with Christine Taylor)
Final weekend !Capra classic runs until Dec. 21
Take advantage of our Sturbridge-area
lodging partners' ticket packages
Join the Stageloft family!
The show’s title says it all: Every one of Shakespeare’s 37 plays in 97 minutes!Read more
With upholstered, fold-down theater chairs throughout our air-conditioned, 130-seat "loft," you're guaranteed to be comfortably close to the action. Our lobby includes sitting areas for early arrivals.
In addition to being fully handicapped accessible, we work diligently to accommodate all patrons with sight, hearing, claustrophobia or mobility issues. We also feature a pair of extra-wide seats.
Being in tourism-centered Sturbridge, we count bus and tour groups among our most loyal visitors. Call us at (508) 347-9005, and we'll happily arrange a day at the theater for your small or large gathering.
With our online ticket-preordering option, you can reserve seats for your favorite shows months in advance. We'll contact you personally by phone within 24 hours to confirm any ticket request.
George Bailey (Greg Glanville) talks to the penurious Mr. Potter (Brian Hayes) as the Baileys’ Bedford Falls friends look on. (Richard Dussault photo) Calling it “a visual and aural memory lane vision of a bygone America,” Telegram & Gazette Reviewer Paul Kolas bestowed a wholehearted 3.5 stars (out of 4) on Stageloft Repertory Theater’s current […]Read more
Stageloft Repertory Theater is announcing early December auditions for its February production of “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” The auditions, which will be set up by appointment, are being held at Stageloft’s home at 450A Main Street, Sturbridge.Read more
After 20 years of ceaseless – and successful – striving to bring top-notch live theater to the Sturbridge area, Stageloft Repertory Theater co-founder and artistic director Ed Cornely and wife Ellen will hand over the business at year’s end.Read more