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Subscriptions & Passes


Oil Lamp Theater offers two choices for purchasing a subscription to our 2022 season, a four-show package and a three-show mini package. In addition more than 20 percent savings, subscribers can reserve seats anywhere in the theater before tickets go on sale to the general public. Also, Oil Lamp offers free exchanges, making it easier to change dates without any fee. Subscriptions do not include It’s a Wonderful Life: a Live Radio Play.

  • 4 show package: $144
  • 3 show mini-package: $108



Oil Lamp Theater also offers a four-ticket flex pass. With it, patrons have the option choosing any day of any show at Oil Lamp Theater. Flex passes do not include It’s a Wonderful Life: a Live Radio Play and seats cannot be reserved until ticket sales go public for all.

4 ticket flex pass: $144



2022 Season

Note: All subscriptions and passes must be used in 2022

Now and Then
By Sean Grennan
March 17 – May 1
What if you could travel back in time to share information with your younger self? This heartfelt romantic comedy highlights the costs of the choices we make, and that sometimes what happens after last call just might change your life.
Never the Bridesmaid
By Bill Jepsen
May 19 – July 2
Living back at home with their parents, twins Maria and Anthony set out to overcome the disaster that is their respective romantic lives.
Failure: A Love Story
By Philip Dawkins
July 21 – September 4
Tuneful songs, and a whimsical chorus follow the story of sisters Nelly, Jenny June, and Gerty as they live out their lives above the family clock repair shop near the Chicago River..
Adapted by Vincent Hannam
September 22 – November 6
Gifted scientist Victor Frankenstein succeeds in giving life to a being of his own creation. However, this is not the perfect specimen he imagines that it will be, but rather a hideous creature who is rejected by Victor and mankind in general.
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
Adapted by Joe Landry
November 25 – December 30
Our holiday tradition returns, as a 1940s radio broadcast team brings a few dozen characters to the stage, telling the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.