Easton, 1752: The Founding of a Frontier Village, Colonial Dinner Theater presented by The Bachmann Players, June 2, June 10 (SOLD OUT), June 18, 2017


Step back in time and join William Parsons (the father of Easton) and his friend Benjamin Franklin, as well as other Easton notables, in establishing a town at the Forks of the Delaware.

Join us for the The Bachmann Players’ 2017 Colonial Dinner Theater production. There will be two evening dinner performances and a special Father’s Day matinee performance on June 18th. All proceeds benefit Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society.

Limited seating. Reservations required.

Show times and prices are as follows:

June 2, 2017, 7:00 pm – $55 per person (includes 3-course colonial dinner and beverage)

SOLD OUT: June 10, 2017, 7:00 pm – $55 per person (includes 3-course colonial dinner and beverage) All seats are filled for the June 10th performance; please choose another date.

June 18, 2017, 2:00 pm – $25 per person – special Father’s Day Matinee (includes light refreshments and Talk Back with the cast after the show)

To reserve your seat, contact Carey Birgel at 610-253-1222 or c.birgel@northamptonctymuseum.org, or purchase tickets online via Paypal. To order online, click the “Donate” button on the Home page of this website and list the performance date, plus names and number of guests, in the “Notes” section. A confirmation will be mailed upon receipt of your order.