Broadway In Scranton Open House at Masonic Temple

This week, for three days only, Broadway In Scranton moves its office location to the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple (420 N. Washington Ave.).

From Tuesday, September 28 thru Thursday, September 30, Broadway In Scranton will be hosting an Open House at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple.

During these three days, guests can visit the Cultural Center and purchase new season tickets in-person.  From 8A – 4P the theatre will be open and Broadway In Scranton staff will be on-site to walk patrons through the historic theatre and show them available seating options.  Patrons will be able to “test-drive” the seat locations prior to choosing and purchasing their seat(s) for the upcoming 2021-2022 Broadway In Scranton season.

“An open house provides patrons a wonderful opportunity to try out all of the available seats to get the true in-person view of the stage from the seat location” said Tom Combs from NAC Entertainment.  Combs went on to note that Broadway In Scranton has hosted open houses in prior seasons, but this time it feels much bigger and different than past years. “Having been shut down since March of 2020, the excitement and anticipation of Broadway’s return to the Cultural Center this fall is at an all time high.  The demand for season tickets is extremely robust and we expect the strong season ticket sales to continue.”

The 2021-2022 season includes Waitress, Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, South Pacific, and Cats.  Season Tickets are priced at $175, $235, $275 and $315.

Along with the four season shows, Broadway In Scranton presents three (3) specials coming to the Cultural Center this season:

RAIN – A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES opens its 2021 Tour in Scranton on October 6, 2021. Tickets for RAIN are now on sale.

See the international percussion sensation STOMP January 12 – 13, 2022 and the smash hit phenomenon BLUE MAN GROUP May 18-19, 2022. As a benefit for subscribers, STOMP and BLUE MAN GROUP tickets can be purchased before public on sale.

Frank Blasi, Executive Director of Broadway Theatre League of NEPA stated that the return to Scranton has been widely anticipated by the entire community.  “Our presentation of Broadway tours brings a large and diverse audience from near and far, which has a major positive economic impact on the restaurants, hotels, parking garages, and retail stores in our community. After 18 months, the community cannot wait to see theatre returning and we look forward to welcoming them back to the Scranton Cultural Center with open arms.”

For more information on the 2021-2022 Broadway In Scranton season, visit or call the Broadway office at 570.342.7784.

COVID-19 Update: Please note that the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple policy requires that masks must be worn when inside the building. 

For more information on venue policy, click here. 

Broadway in Scranton Presents Rain, A Tribute to the Beatles

It’s time to GET BACK to where you once belonged with the return of live shows at the Scranton Cultural Center. RAIN – A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES opens its 2021 Tour in Scranton on Wednesday, October 6.

Tickets, priced at $35, $45, $55, and $65, go on sale at 10AM THIS THURSDAY, August 19 online at and in person at the Scranton Cultural Center box office (M-F 10A-2P). A $3.00 facility fee is added to each ticket and additional handling charges apply to online and phone orders. For group rates, call the Broadway Theatre League office at 570.342.7784.

This mind-blowing performance takes you back in time with the legendary foursome delivering a note-for-note theatrical event that is “the next best thing to seeing The Beatles!” (Associated Press). Experience the world’s most iconic band and come celebrate The Best of Abbey Road Live with RAIN – A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES. In addition to the updated sets that include state of the art LED, high-definition screens and multimedia content, RAIN will bring the Abbey Road album to life with the launch of the 2021 Tour. Together longer than The Beatles, RAIN has mastered every song, gesture and nuance of the legendary foursome, delivering a totally live, note-for-note performance that’s as infectious as it is transporting. Let RAIN take you back with all of the greatest hits along with all of your other Beatles favorites! This adoring tribute will take you back to a time when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends! Like The Beatles, the onstage members of RAIN are not only supreme musicians, but electrifying performers in their own right!

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit:

JOIN the conversation with RAIN on Facebook, follow RAIN on Twitter @raintribute, Instagram: @RainTribute and YouTube: For additional information and electronic images, contact Ali Basalyga

Broadway in Scranton Reopens

Broadway Theatre League of NEPA’s Executive Director Frank Blasi and Broadway Partner-Producer Albert Nocciolino (NAC Entertainment) announced today that BROADWAY IS BACK!!!

The entire touring Broadway community is looking forward to reopening its doors and welcoming back the public. Soon, Broadway fans will once again be able to enjoy the laughter, love, and life-changing transformation that only live performances can provide.

“The past year has been challenging, but a new season is upon us. Live theatre will return to NEPA this fall,” said Blasi. “We cannot wait to raise the curtain and see our city bustling again.”

Upon reopening, Broadway In Scranton will inform patrons of all our health requirements and protocols, as safety is the top priority. Working with the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple all CDC and PA guidelines will be followed for a safe return to the theatre this fall, and details will be shared when available.

“We are so grateful to the community and our loyal subscribers for standing by us during this extraordinary time.  The patience, commitment, and support that we have received during this time has been overwhelming. We would not be where we are today without all of you,” added Nocciolino. “We stand by our commitment to bring you the best of Broadway and each of the great shows we promised.  The shows cannot wait to get back on the road and entertain audiences across the country, including right here in NEPA.”

At this time, we are delighted to share with you the new dates for the upcoming Broadway In Scranton Series. 

THE NEW BROADWAY IN SCRANTON SERIES:  This series includes all of the productions that we announced in June 2020.


WAITRESS:  December 3 – 5, 202
CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY:  February 4 – 6, 2022
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s SOUTH PACIFIC:  March 4 – 6, 2022
CATS:  April 22 – 24, 2022

SPECIALS to the Season… Season subscribers can add any of these shows to their subscription package at an additional cost.

RAIN – A Tribute to The Beatles:  October 6, 2021
STOMP:  January 12 – 13, 2022
BLUE MAN GROUP:  May 18 – 19, 2022


This show did not take the stage due to the interruption to our 2019-2020 Broadway series and we are thrilled to announce the new date. Tickets that were previously purchased to the original show dates will be transferred to the rescheduled dates. (Ex – If you have a ticket to the Friday performance, you will attend the Friday, November 5, 2021 performance).

BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story:   November 5 – 7, 2021

Season Tickets, priced at $175, $235, $275 and $315 are now on sale and available online at,  by phone at 570-342-7784, or  in person at the Broadway Theatre League’s office by appointment only (345 North Washington Ave, Scranton, PA).

For those who have already renewed their season subscription tickets, those subscriptions will automatically transfer to the new dates. 

Please note that only Season Tickets are on sale now and the Individual show tickets will go on-sale at a later date.  Remember that and are the only official outlets to purchase all tickets for Broadway In Scranton shows at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple. For more information on the Broadway In Scranton season and shows, visit (*All shows and dates subject to change.)