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Cider Mill Playhouse

2 South Nanticoke Avenue


To produce and present a wide range of quality live theater offerings and advance the development of theater arts by utilizing local and national talent and cultivating and educating tomorrow's audiences.


Cider Mill Playhouse strives to be a professional theatre of distinction that is known for its innovation and engagement with emerging professionals across all spectrums of the theatre-making process.


Randa Chami

Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018
It’s a very nice place. It’s cute looking AND when you walk in they have everything explained and written down on their posters. You get to watch them empty the apple crates, clean the apples, cut them, and then squish them till the apple juice comes out. They even let you have samples! It tastes very good. Freshly made, JUST on-the-spot-PRESSED apple juice. They have gallons, half gallons, pints etc.. that you can buy as well as DELICIOUS doughnuts. They also have candy apples but I didn’t try those. Very simple, very minimal and very cute. I do recommend it if you’re in the area, but not if you’re driving all the way just for it.

Judy Brown

Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
I really thought it was great. Watched donuts being made, the cookies and donuts tasted fantastic and the cider was delishise. But now I have to wait until September for the big event. I have to go back and watch how the cider is made. I really can't wait for my trip back, it was wonderful.

Joe Sobel

Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
Great cider, doughnuts, baked goods, and local produce. Been coming here since I was a kid and few things have changed. I can't go a season without stopping here at least once per month.

Aimee Lutynski

Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
Donuts and cider are always great. But the people working the counter could use some improvement. I got skipped over twice in line without even being looked at then three of the six donuts I got were flattened on the bottom of the bag and broken into pieces.


Friday, June 8, 2018
Local tradition that only happens once a year. The cider mill has been around since i was a kid. the only thing that has really change is the price’s. the apple cider as of 2017 season was pushing $10 a gallon which is almost 3x the amount that a store bough or non store bough can offer you. You can watch them make cider and donuts which is nice if you were ever curious or wanted to bring you kids down. Through out the season you can buy pumpkins and flowers also. the one downside to the cider mills location is the parking seems to have gotten worse over the years due to the limited spaces available vs the traffic.

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