The 2019 Fall Play: The Dining Room will be performed in the Diane T. McLarty Black Box Theater from Thursday, November 7-Saturday, November 10 at 7:30pm, and Friday, November 9 at 3:30pm.

  • The McLarty Black Box Theater Ticket Office is located on the first floor of the Campus Center, across from the Silva Gallery of Art, and opens one hour prior to curtain for each performance.
Seating will begin at 7:10pm for each evening performance, and 3:10pm for the Friday matinee. Due to the configuration and nature of the performance, late arrivals cannot be seated. Seats that are not claimed 10 minutes prior to performance time will be sold to patrons on the Waiting List. There are no refunds for this show.
  • If the performance you wish to attend is sold out, please email tickets@pennington.org to be placed on the Waiting List. Make sure to include the date, the time, and the number of tickets you wish to purchase; Waiting list purchases are by credit card only.

NEW PURCHASING POLICY FOR STUDENTS

Presale period is Monday, 10/29 at 8am through Thursday 11/1 at 9pm

You must use the presale code found in the Voice announcement

Choose "Presale Student Account" for the ticket price when checking out

Your student account will be charged $5 for the cost of the ticket

There is a one ticket limit per student; any tickets purchased over the presale limit will be voided


We are now accepting donations for our 2019 Drama/History Spring Break Trip to London and Canterbury through BookTix. All donations will be used to cover the cost of staging our production of Henry V in the UK, as well as the cost for chaperones and financial assistance for students. You can add any amount to your ticket purchase by selecting the "donations" icon in the checkout cart. We appreciate your commitment to Pennington Drama!

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William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Adapted by Lisa Houston and Suzanne Houston

William Shakespeare's tragedy about two lovers and their feuding families.  Love, hate, life, and death permeate this classic story.  

November 1-4, 2017

Patrons should print their tickets before coming to the performance.  Tickets cannot be printed at the venue.  

Please be advised that this performance contains sword fighting and other forms of combat.

Diane T. McLarty Black Box Theater
The Pennington School
112 West Delaware Avenue
Pennington, NJ 08534