Photos by Stephen Cihanek except where noted.
Our address is 184 Whisconier Road, Brookfield—on Route 25 behind the library (GPS search Brookfield Library)
From points west (Danbury/New York):
Take I-84 east to exit 7 (Route 7). Continue on Route 7 to exit 12 (Brookfield). At the end of the exit ramp turn right onto Route 202. Turn right at the intersection with Route 25 and follow 1.7 miles towards Brookfield Center. The playhouse is on the right, just before the library.
From points east (Waterbury/Hartford):
Take I-84 west to exit 9 (route 25). At the end of the exit ramp turn right onto Route 25 and follow for 4 miles. Turn left at the Brookfield Library.
From points north (New Milford/Northwest Corner):
Take Route 7 / 202 south to the Brookfield town line. Turn left on Route 202 to Brookfield Center. Turn left onto Route 25 (at four corners) and follow 1.7 miles towards Brookfield Center. The playhouse is on the right, just before the library.
The Brookfield Theatre for the Arts has designated parking, access ramps, and ADA compliant restrooms. Refreshments are available one hour before each show and during intermission. Please contact email@example.com with any other needs you may have. We will make every effort to accommodate all our patrons and volunteers.
The best value in live community theater!
Individual Tickets are $25.00
Students: Tickets are $20 with student I.D.
Seniors: Tickets are $20 for senior citizens. Seniors 65 and older are also welcome to attend our FREE senior night performances held the evening before opening night for each show.
Veterans: Brookfield Theatre participates with Vet Tix providing selected tickets free to active duty military, veterans, and their families.
Spotlight Tickets: Tickets are $15.00 / $10.00 for Students & Seniors. Spotlight shows are fully produced junior shows by and for students.
Special Events: A wide variety of special events are offered throughout the year. Ticket prices vary and reservations are suggested.
Virtual Theatre: Video-on-demand and show previews are available to view on Brookfield Theatre's YouTube channel.
Box Office: The box office accepts cash, checks, and credit cards. Tickets may be purchased online until the box office opens (1 hour before curtain time). Seating is open - first come, first served. Donors, members, and subscribers get first choice seating at all shows. Tickets will not be reserved without payment. However, we will make every effort to honor phone and email reservations.
Discounts: Discounts are available for Chamber members (BCC & CTGLC), NEA members, and other local partners on specially selected show nights. Please contact the box office for information.
Dinner & A Show: Enjoy dinner at one of our partnering restaurants and receive a discount for that evening’s show. Contact the box office for more information and a list of participating restaurants.
Subscriptions: Get 1 ticket to each of our main shows for a special discount price. Additional subscription options are available including senior subscriptions and special event discounts. Available online, at the box office, or by mailing your check to Brookfield Theatre, PO Box 528, Brookfield, CT 06804.
Group sales are also available:
10% off full price for 20 or more ($22.50/ticket)
15% off full price for 30 or more ($21.25/ticket)
20% off full price for 40 or more ($20/ticket)
Group discounts cannot be combined with any other offer (such as opening night member discount). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your group!
Seating: The lobby opens 1 hour before show time. Refreshments are available before the show and during intermission. The house opens 1/2 hour before curtain time. Seating is first come, first served. Special needs accommodated upon request.
Do you need hearing assistance? Captioning is available with advance notice.
Attire: We encourage patrons to dress as they feel most comfortable. All are welcome.
The Brookfield Theatre for the Arts, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) all volunteer non-profit organization providing arts, culture, and education to the greater Brookfield region. It is registered at the federal, state, and local levels along with listings with GuideStar, PayPal Giving, AmazonSmile, Network For Good, Fairfield County Giving Day, the Brookfield Chamber of Commerce, CTGLC, Cultural Alliance of Western CT, American Association of Community Theatre, and other arts and non-profit organizations. Donations to Brookfield Theatre are tax deductible - please contact your tax accountant for information.
Front Row Center - $2,500+
full page ad in all playbills, 2 subscriptions, theatre membership, name recognition on our web site and in all playbills, recognition on all posters and theatre advertising
Orchestra - $1,000-$2,499
half page ad in all playbills, 1 subscription, theatre membership, name recognition on our web site and in all playbills
Platinum - $500-$999
2 tickets to any regular season show, theatre membership, name recognition on our web site and in all playbills
Gold - $250-$499
theatre membership, name recognition on our web site and in all playbills
Silver - $100-$249
name recognition on our web site and in all playbills
Bronze - $25-$99
name recognition on our web site and in all playbills
Friends - up to $24
name recognition in all playbills
Brookfield Theatre is a 501(c)(3) all volunteer non-profit arts organization dedicated to producing the highest quality live entertainment and to keeping theatre arts accessible to all. Donations are tax deductible - please consult your tax advisor for information.
The Brookfield Theatre for the Arts, Inc. is an all volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing quality live performances and creative opportunities to the Brookfield region. Our regular season of shows is chosen to provide a meaningful and entertaining experience that will appeal to a wide ranging audience. Additional workshops and special events are added throughout the year. The Spotlight Program is a low-cost theatre program for young performers ages 8 to 17. It is taught by Beth Bonnabeau (Miss Beth) with student assistants offering quality learning and mentoring opportunities to area youth. Along with live & virtual performances, Brookfield Theatre offers a gallery space for area artists to show their work and provide more depth to the cultural experience of theater-goers. We finish each season with the annual Paddy Awards to thank sponsors, performers, and volunteers—and to celebrate!
Visit the HISTORY page for information about past shows.
To apply for Brookfield Theatre's annual scholarship for students studying theatre arts, please download the Scholarship Application
Regular meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, in person at the theater and virtually. All are welcome - join us! Contact BrookfieldTheatreCT@gmail.com for meeting details.
2022 Meeting Dates:
Oct. 11 • Nov. 8 • Holiday Meeting: Dec. 13
2023 Meeting Dates:
Annual Meeting: Jan. 10 • Feb. 14 • March 14 • April 11 • May 9 • June 13 • July 11 • Aug. 8 • Sept. 12 • Oct. 10 • Nov. 14 • Holiday Meeting: Dec. 12
President - Lou Okell
Vice President - Andrew Okell
Treasurer - Danette Bottelsen
Secretary - vacant
David Anctil, Gary Blu, Sarah Denn, Jane Farnol, Chris Fay, Faith Fernandes, Terry Sagedy
Student Representative: vacant
We have been trying different formats for the Paddy Awards. This year, we are planning a 2-night fundraising event with awards presented on Saturday night. Watch for more information on our event page.
College & high school internships, service hours, and meaningful volunteer experiences available. All experience levels welcome. Join our team! Contact us for information.
For more information on any of our programs and events or for any special requests, please contact us.