Immersive Mystery Theatre Experience in Chester County

West Chester, PA - One of the region's most famous mansions will again host a famous Greystone Hall, and the Colonial Playhouse of Delaware County will present the 2023 production of The Manor, a two-act play by Kathrine Bates directed by Sam Barrett. 

Inspired by a true story from the 1920s, the play was designed to be performed in the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, where those events took place. The playwright later adapted the play for Greystone Hall in Chester County, where the mansion is again the stage and the star! The story itself centers around money, marriage, politics, and power. The audience follows the unfolding story as it moves through the grand stately rooms and intimate spaces of the famous 115-year-old mansion. The play returns by popular demand for its fifth time at Greystone Hall.

Opening night will be Thursday, March 2nd, at 7:00 pm. The play will run through March 12th, with evening and matinee showtimes available across performance days. Tickets are on sale now for $65 each, which includes the show and experience, plus complimentary sweet and savory refreshments at intermission.  Tickets are available at (link on the home page). All performances will be held at Greystone Hall, located at 2450 Aram Ave, West Chester, PA 19380.

One of the region's most unique theatre experiences returns for its fifth year!

The Manor by Kathrine Bates will bring to life the famous rooms and stylings of Greystone Hall. The two-act play was originally first performed in 2002 at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. Greystone Hall's Managing Partner and Greystone resident Velda Moog traveled to Los Angeles to see the show and meet with the playwright. The playwright later adapted the script for its East Coast Debut at Greystone Hall in 2017. The Manor at Greystone Hall continued to play to sold-out audiences until the pandemic pressed pause in 2020. The show returned in 2021 in a limited capacity and is now fully back. Greystone will retake center stage as the twelve actors bring audiences room-by-room as the drama unfolds.  As in California, local attendees from prior years have returned with family and guests to see the show again and share their experience with the next generation each season.

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