SOUDERTON — Summer's over and the season changes. Now it's time for "The Outgoing Tide."
The show, written by Bruce Graham, runs Sept. 12 through Oct. 6 at Montgomery Theater.
"It's about a family who's dealing with aging parents and dementia," said Allegra Ketchum, managing director of the theater on Main Street in Souderton.
The show, she said, will be "really moving and really topical for a lot of our audience members."
There are also some special deals for people coming to the play, she said.
In acknowledgement of Souderton Borough's support for the theater, residents and employees of the borough can get tickets to the show for $10 each, she said. A code to purchase the discount tickets online was sent out through the borough, she said. Tickets may also be purchased by calling the theater at 215-723-9984.
While that discount is only for Souderton people, there's another one for others attending the show.
The Dinner and a Show deal is two tickets to the show and dinner for two at Caruso Brick Oven Trattoria for $79. The dinner is before evening performances or after matinees. Information about Dinner and a Show is available at www.montgomerytheater.org/dinner-and-show. Dinner and a Show tickets can be purchased on the theater's website.
Tom Teti and Marcia Saunders, who have previously appeared together at Montgomery Theater, portray the parents in the show, Ketchum said.
"They have a great connection on stage," she said.
Eric Rupp, who portrays the couple's son, is making his first Montgomery Theater appearance, Ketchum said.
Tom Quinn, Montgomery's artistic director, directs the show.
Information and tickets are available at www.montgomerytheater.org.