Single tickets to any of the five productions in the Westport Country Playhouse's 2011 season are now on sale.

The coming season, which marks the playhouse's 80th anniversary, features works by Christopher Durang, W. Somerset Maugham, Terrence McNally, Tennessee Williams and William Shakespeare.

"For those audience members who prefer their entertainment à la carte, single tickets to their choice of a wide range of shows are now on sale," Michael Ross, the playhouse managing director, said in a statement. Prior to March 1, only subscriptions for the 2011 season had been on sale.

The season includes: "Beyond Therapy," a comic look at the days and nights of the young and single, written by Christopher Durang and directed by David Kennedy, the playhouse associate artistic director, April 26-May 14; "The Circle," a comedy of manners by W. Somerset Maugham and directed by Nicholas Martin, June 7-25; "Lips Together, Teeth Apart," a comedy about people struggling against their limitations, written by Terrence McNally and directed by Mark Lamos, the playhouse artistic director, July 12-30; "Suddenly Last Summer," the drama by Tennessee Williams and directed by Kennedy, Aug. 23-Sept. 10, and "Twelfth Night, or What You Will," a comedy/romance by William Shakespeare and directed by Lamos, Oct. 11-Nov. 5.

Season subscriptions also remain available, which offer preferred seating and savings of up to 45 percent off, among other benefits.

Single tickets are available at the playhouse box office, 25 Powers Court, Westport; by phone at 203-227-4177, and online at www.westportplayhouse.org.