Editor's Note: The Erie Philharmonic has rescheduled our concert to May 13th from the original scheduled time. This story has been updated to reflect the concerto as Mozart's Requiem rather than Prokofiev's Alexander Nevsky.
If you're waiting to get tickets to see Jerry Seinfeld at the Erie Warner Theater in May, you're too late.
Tickets for the show are sold out, according to the Erie Events website, which warns tickets will be offered at $175, $87.50, and $67.50.
But even if this isn't Seinfeld for you, Erie has plenty of shows to watch in 2023. From Broadway to Led Zeppelin celebrations, New Year's is full of drama, comedy, music and more. is full Here are some of the upcoming ones, according to the messages we received and the websites of the various theaters and venues. Find out more or add your event at GoErie.com/calendar.
652 W. 17 st.
When: 3-5, 10-12, 17-19 and 24-26 February
According to the All An Act website, this Agatha Christie drama is not a murder mystery or detective story, but a deep and thoughtful work that delves into relationship psychology and moral philosophy.
"Peter and the Starchasers".
When : March 24-26, April 31 and 1-2.
The All One Act Footlights Theater in partnership with the Performing Arts Center presents a play about orphans, mysterious chests and pirates.
– What is Susan's secret?
When: May 5-7, May 12-14, May 19-21
The charming old couple looks young, but they are clever tricksters who lure guests into a trap and carry out various repairs in their guest house.
"In the golden pool"
When: August 18-20 and September 25-27 and September 1-3
Ethel and Norman Thayer return to their old summer home in Golden Pond, where they are visited by their fiancé, who has left behind a middle-aged daughter and teenage son for the summer.
"Cat and Canary"
When: September 29-30 and October 1, 6-8 and 1-3.
Ambrose West's will nominates an heir unless Annabelle West is insane. Thus, the family is trying to balance the situation and give birth to another heir.
When : 10-12 November, 17-19 and 24-26 December and 1-3 December.
Neil Simon's eminent writer succeeds in this play about a man who dreams of the women in his life and struggles with his marriage.
Call 814-450-8553 or 814-449-6554 or visit www.allanact.net for information.
A Role to Remember : A teenage girl talks about the iconic character she played in All An Act Theatre.
Broadway to Erie
Warner Theatre, 811 State St.
When: March 14-16
Grammy Award-winning music complements the captivating energy and passion of Irish and international dance groups.
"Rain is a Tribute to The Beatles"
When: April 16
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"Fiddler on the Roof".
When: 19 and 20 April.
The new production features classic musical hits "Tradition", "Dawn, sunset", "If I were rich", "Matchmaker, match" and "For life (For Chaim!)".
Call 814-452-4857 or visit erieevents.com or nacentertainment.com/broadway-in-erie for information.
Season 2022-23 : Disney's Aladdin and Riverdance take on Broadway blockbuster Erie.
Children's Theater Academy Corella Production
The Addams Family: School Edition.
When : March 3-4
According to Corella's website, the cast, aged 6 to 16, will tell the story of Wednesday Addams, the first daughter of darkness who falls in love with a "normal" boy from a respectable family. The show will take place at the Cathedral Preparatory School at 250 W. 10th Street
For information, call 814-602-8221 or visit www.corellaproductions.com.
Beginning in 2021, Corella Productions will host dinners and shows at the former Erie Menenchor Ballroom.
Drama theater continues
1001 State Street Office 210
When: 3, 4, 10-12 and 17-19 February
Four actors play 21 characters in three storylines: a pathologist steals Albert Einstein's brain; The neuropsychologist begins his first romantic relationship with another woman; Dramashop reports that the epileptic forgets everything except how much he loves his girlfriend.
When: 24, 25 and 31 March and 1 April.
When Rachel and Callie begin clinical trials of their new female libido-boosting drug, volunteers find themselves at a disadvantage. The effectiveness of the drug is undeniable, but high training load can be harmful for all participants.
When: April 21st, 22nd, 28th and 29th.
The biennial event features short plays written, produced and staged by local artists.
"Let the government come."
When: 9, 10, 16, 17 and 23-25 June
It's funny about 30 year olds who meet through an online dating site, but everyone pretends to be someone else.
For information, call 814-315-3348 or visit www.dramashop.org.
From 2021 : Dramashop celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Erie Insurance Arena, 809 French St.
"Saturday Night WWE Main Event Super Show".
When: January 21
Seth "Freakin" Rollins vs. The Austin Theory, Charlotte Flair vs. Shayna Basler and Bianca Belair vs. Becky Lynch and Asuka CTRL damage, more.
When: February 1
The Globetrotters will show off their incredible basketball skills and incredible athleticism when they take on the Washington Generals.
Disney on Ice: Find Your Hero.
When : February 9-10
Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and their friends Moana, Anna, Elsa, Ariel, Rapunzel and Belle gather in Disney World to take their family on a journey through endless fairy tales.
Warner Theatre, 811 State St.
"Ways Out of LEDs".
When: January 12
The Philadelphia-based band took the songs to their full depth and grandeur, creating studio sets that Zeppelin had never done before and playing Led Zeppelin live.
"Mania: You are the father's love.
When: February 1
The ABBA Tribute Tour, formerly known as ABBA Mania, reinvented the band's sound with dance lyrics.
Killer Queen: Glory to the Queen.
When: March 4
At the tribute band's concert, Patrick Myers played Freddie Mercury.
When: March 5
Performance by a Christian band with special guests Mika Taylor and Taya.
"Hotel California: Hail the Eagles".
When: April 7
The tribute show features the Eagles music catalog.
"Little Show: Your Boogie Spring Ride".
When: April 13
Band concerts that combine California rock, funk, folk, jazz, country, rockabilly and New Orleans swamp boogie. With special guest Miko Marks.
"Casting Crowns: Healing Tour".
When: April 22
Contemporary Christian rock band We Are Messengers and The Ben Fuller Show with special guests
"Jeff Dunham: Not Canceled Yet".
When: May 4
Tour stop at a comedian/ventriloquist.
Call 814-452-4857 or visit erieevents.com for information.
How it works: Erie Events organizes events for Warner Theater, Erie Insurance Arena, UPMC Park and Bayfront Convention Center.
When: January 28
The concert will feature the song "Planet", dedicated to Heaven, performed by the famous orchestra of Gustav Holst and ladies from the Erie Philharmonic Choir.
Pixar Toy Story in concert.
Time : February 18-19
Along with the 1995 film, the Philharmonic also plays music.
When: March 25
Violinist Midori makes his Erie Philharmonic debut with the Schumann Violin Concerto. Also a special performance by the Erie Junior Philharmonic.
"Symphonic Circus with the Vertigo Troupe".
When: April 15
The Philharmonic closes the 2022-23 Pops season with a troupe of circus performers.
"Requiem" by Mozart.
When: May 13
The Erie Orchestra closes its symphonic series with Mozart's Requiem, which replaces Prokofiev's Alexander Nevsky, originally intended for the Ukrainian war. Phil officials said they will donate 10% of ticket sales to the United Erie Fund for Ukraine, which is run by the Erie Community Foundation and the United Way of Erie County.
Call 814-455-1375 or visit www.eriephil.org for information.
2022–23 season: Sheena Easton, Violinist Midori, "Toy Story" from the Erie Philharmonic series.
James Brandon Lewis Trio and Christ
When: March 14
Lewis, a saxophonist and composer, is considered one of the most complex voices of his generation, according to his website. Jazz Erie presents The Mesthetics, a trio formed by former Fugazi bassist Joe Lally and drummer Brendan Canty with guitarist Anthony Pirog, at Blasco Library's Hirt Hall.
For information, visit https://jazzerie814.square.site or www.jblewis.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Combination of artists
1505 State Street
When : January 27-28 and February 2-4, 10-11
This beautiful and romantic musical tells the story of a boy, a girl and their two fathers who try to keep them apart as the narrator asks the audience to follow him through the moonlight and magic.
When : 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18 March
Covering 80 years of the lives of six people, the film contrasts three moments in brick-and-mortar New York: a newlywed couple, two aspiring actors, and an engaged couple.
Call 814-616-7222 or visit www.paca1505.org for information.
Worth Seeing: The PACA building in downtown Erie has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Theatrical dining room
When: March 11-12, March 14, 17-18 and 29 and April 1-2.
A fun day or evening of jokes, practical jokes, games, stories and songs, according to the theater's website.
When: April 15-16, May 19, 29-30, May 6-7 and 10.
Struggling actors reinvent themselves as self-help gurus, but their lives fall apart as they try to hide their bodies and protect their fake fame.
Savannah Beverage Association.
When : May 27-28, June 3-4, 7, 10-11, 14, 17 and 21
In this comedy, four Southern women are determined to regain their joy in life.
"Speaking of Chicago."
When: 15-16 July, 19, 22-23 August, 29-30 and 2, 5-6 August
Musical comedy with audience interaction, music, dancing and laughter.
"Across the river and through the forest."
When: 19, 20, 23, 26-27 August and 6, 9-10 September
Nick's dream job takes him away from the adorable, annoying grandparents who plan to keep him in this family comedy.
When: September 23-24 and 30; October 1, 6-7, 13-15, 20-22 and 27-29 October; and 3-5, 10-12, 17-18 November
Crooks and a wench will take you back to 1492 and treat you to delicious food in this medieval musical comedy.
When : 2-3 December, 8-10 and 15-17 December
Soulful family music that celebrates the true meaning of Christmas.
For information call 814-864-2022 or visit www.canterburyfeast.com.
From 2019 : immerse yourself in the Middle Ages at the longstanding Canterbury Festival.
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This article originally appeared in Erie Times-News: Events to Erie Recreation District in 2023.