Rep will open season with musical

The Rochester Repertory Theatre Company recently announced its 25th anniversary season of plays.

  • Opening the new season Sept. 12 will be the musical "Plain Hearts," which follows the lives of two Minnesota farming women.
  • "Comfort and Joy," a comedy by Jack Heifner, will open Nov. 14.
  • David Mamet’s comedy "Boston Marriage" opens Jan. 16
  • "Third," a drama by Wendy Wasserstein, opens March 13
  • The season closes with "Pirates of Penzance," an operetta by Gilbert and Sullivan, May 1.

Season memberships are available for $80, $70 for students and seniors.
Thursday-only memberships are available for $55.

Individual tickets are $22 for "Plain Hearts" and "Pirates of Penzance."

For all non-musical productions, tickets are $20, $18 students and seniors, $12 for students and seniors on Thursdays.

Tickets are available by calling 289-1737 or online at

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