2017/2018 Season Pass

2017/18 Jackalope Season Pass

Our 2017/18 Season Pass is your exclusive ticket to all Jackalope has to offer. For $75, the Season Pass includes access to the three world premiere shows in Broadway Armory Park, tickets to Jackalope’s forthcoming collaboration with The Yard, exclusive access to Jackalope’s artists at special events, reserved seating and free parking for all productions, and special invitations to Jackalope’s lineup of developmental work and supplemental events at The Frontier.  The Jackalope Season Pass makes you part of our family. 

1980 (Or Why I’m Voting for John Anderson)

World Premiere

October 17 – December 2, 2017

It’s 1980 and an unknown congressman from Illinois, John Anderson, just might have a chance to be President of the United States. In the candidate’s Boston campaign office, four idealistic young campaign workers struggle to spread the hope that their long-shot candidate might bring to the country and to their lives, while staving off that era’s Unthinkable Presidency. 1980 (Or Why I’m Voting For John Anderson) pits youthful optimism against the status quo, in a world premiere comedy about class, race, and the politics of change.


World Premiere

January 9 – February 17, 2018

Philadelphia, 1752. Growing up as the only son of Benjamin Franklin – the greatest scientific mind in the world; inventor of the lightning rod, the odometer, the glass harmonica, bifocal glasses, and, in his spare time, The United States of America – is not all it’s cracked up to be. In the world premiere of this moving new play, Franklinland asks what it’s like to make your way in life knowing your father’s greatest invention wasn’t you.

The Light Fantastic

World Premiere

May 8 – June 16, 2018

We’re deep in the mid ’90s. Clinton is president, cellphones are a novelty, and toasty R&B jams blast from every available speaker. Grace, a down on her luck phony-storefront-psychic of questionable commitment and sobriety, is on the run and thirsty for cash. When a client meeting goes horribly wrong, Grace is dragged through an intense examination of fake spirituality versus terrifying belief. From the writer of Exit Strategy and Prowess comes The Light Fantastic, a world premiere based on the true story of an infamous, unsolved case of spiritual possession.