Located a short walk from downtown Findlay, on the corner of Sandusky and S. West Streets, the Fort Findlay Playhouse is a non-profit organization that has been showcasing local talent and providing the area with high quality entertainment for more than 50 years.
Fort Findlay Playhouse operates with a core of highly talented and dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to produce 5 to 7 shows per year, including its regular five-show season and occasional Second Stage productions.
The Playhouse is funded largely through the generosity of its patrons, angels, and benefactors as well as the local businesses who advertise in our show program books.
To purchase tickets for the Fort Findlay Playhouse online, simply select your desired performance. Tickets go on sale ten (10) days prior to opening night.
December 10-13 & 17-20
Tickets are $12; Thurs-Sat. shows are at 8 pm and Sunday shows are at 5 pm.
A beloved classic since its original publication in 1972, this story is still appealing today. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is sweet, humorous and sentimental. The most incorrigible children in town, the Herdmans, lie, steal, swear, fight, light things on fire, and are generally feared in the community. When they get wind of the annual church Christmas pageant, they bully their way into the main roles and generally wreak havoc. As the pageant unfolds, much to everyone’s surprise, it is the Herdman kids, who embody the real meaning of Christmas.
Much Ado about Nothing
February 18-21 & 25-27
Tickets are $12
Love. Honor. Shame. Court politics. Shakespeare pulls out all hte stops in Much Ado about Nothing, his most popular comedy. Lovers Benedick and Beatrice are tricked into professing their devotion for one another. Meanwhile, Claudio, wrongly suspecting that his beloved Hero has been unfaithful, rejects her at the alter. All ends well as Benedick and Beatrice join forces to set things right.
Guys & Dolls
April 18-May 1, May 5-8 & 12-15
Tickets are $15
This 1950 Tony Award winning musical, Guys and Dolls is filled with colorful gamblers, storefront missionaries and wonderful songs such as “Luck Be a Lady Tonight,” “Adelaide’s Lament,” and “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat.” This unlikely love story between a high-roller and a prudish missionary will have you singing along and tapping your toes to the beat.