About Bucks County Playhouse
Bucks County Playhouse has been existing since 1939 and it was converted from 1790 grismill after a group of community activists which was led by Broadway orchestrator Don Walker, reunited to save the structure. It is suited between Philadelphia and New York. It is built to inspires, entertains, and captivates the audience with theatrical productions of latest and classic plays and musicals presenting Broadway and the Hollywood artists. They offer creative arts education and community events which observed and promote the performing arts.The Playhouse rapidly became one of the country most renown regional theaters that showcase series of American theatrical nobility which including Helen Hayes, Kitty Carlisle, Colleen Dewhurst, Shirley Booth, Lillian Gish, Grace Kelly, Robert Redford, Bert Lahr, Walter Matthau, Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, Alan Alda, Tyne Daly, Liza Minnelli and Audra McDonald. The operation of Buck County Playhouse stopped in December 2010 and later reopened in 2012, with the efforts of the Bridge Street Foundation, the nonprofit family foundation of Kevin and Sherri Daugherty, and Broadway producer Jed Bernstein. Terrence McNally’s Mothers and Sons, starring Tyne Daly, received its world debut at the Playhouse in 2013 and launched on Broadway in February 2014, where it was recommended for the Tony Award for Best Play. This Bring back the Playhouse to its original roots as an incubator for Broadway.