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Phone: 302.594.1100

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Robert Dubac —

The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?

June 9-12

Weds.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

This show nudges the battle of the sexes towards a humorous détente, cleverly combining theater and stand-up comedy that is provocative and insightful. Ages 13+ 
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Robert Dubac —

Stand-Up Jesus

June 13

Sun. 2:30 pm

This irreverent satire takes on the hypocrisy of modern-day evangelism, shining a light on false prophets, duplicitous politicians, and immoral sheeple. Ages 13+ Read more

Jen Childs & Scott Greer —

Double Trouble

July 7 & 8

Weds. & Thurs. 6:30 pm

Jen Childs and Scott Greer celebrate famous (and infamous) double acts through the ages. With tributes to everyone from Abbott & Costello to Nichols& May to George Jones & Tammy Wynette, this evening of music and comedy follows two soon-to-be empty-nesters as they try to find their next act.
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Fostina Dixon —

5 Women

August 6-7

Fri. & Sat. 6:30 pm

This musical/revue, inspired by Nina Simone's "Four Women," tells the stories of strong, successful women of color who overcome racial and gender discrimination.

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20/21 SEASON - TAKE 2!

Front & Center is back - bigger and better!

We’ve carefully selected a variety of Hollywood, Broadway and regional performers to engage and entertain you, and of course, we will continue to adhere to social distancing guidelines.


To keep everyone safe, we’ve created a unique admission process, designating 58 “boxes” that accommodate either two or four people. Seating in these “boxes” is general admission—first-come, first-served. We’ll open our space one hour before each performance, so you’ll have plenty of time to get settled in.

20/21 Season — Take 2! Lineup

Rob McClure — Smile

May 4–8

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

The Tony-nominated Broadway star (Chaplin: The Musical, Beetlejuice, Mrs. Doubtfire) brings his witty cabaret, with James Sampliner on keys and Maggie Lakis. Read more

Taylor Rodriguez — A Tribute to the King

May 11–15

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

The 2019 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest winner and star of Million Dollar Quartet takes us on a journey invoking memories of the past. Read more

We know Harry Hamlin as a storied American Actor; we don't know he started a fusion energy company that is on the verge of producing unlimited, safe, clean electricity. Written in collaboration with
Joshua Ravetch, co-creator of Carrie Fisher's Wishful Drinking.
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Harry Hamlin —

Icarus, the Sun and the Limelight

May 18–22

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

Robert Dubac — Book of Moron

June 1–5

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

This fast-paced, thought-provoking Off-Broadway production blends satire and theater to skewer cultural hypocrisy with a clever, intelligent edge. Ages 13+ 
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This Ovation Award and Helen Hayes Award nominee, best known for tap dancing, has appeared in 42nd Street and Maurice Hines: Tappin’ Thru Life. Read more

John Manzari  

June 15–19

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

Jenna Pastuszek — Get Happy! 

June 22–26

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

This cleverly curated cabaret salutes Judy Garland with music from The Wizard of Oz, Easter Parade, and Judy Live at Carnegie Hall.
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The Whitney Project — 
A Celebration of Black Joy 

July 13–16

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm

Musician and composer Jonathan Whitney’s band features acclaimed singers Jea Street, Jr. and
Nadjah Nicole, performing with storyteller TAHIRA.
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Tony Braithwaite — Me, My Mic, and I 

July 27–31

Tues.–Fri. 6:30 pm & Sat. 2:30 pm

The three-time Barrymore award winner combines stand-up comedy, impressions, storytelling and improvisation in his hilarious one-man show. Read more

Sponsored in Part by:

This organization is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on www.DelawareScene.com