A message to our patrons regarding COVID-19

Ticket Update

 

Dear Friends,

WE HAVE NEWS! In fact - lots of news, so grab your calendars and settle in for an exciting couple of years!

Thank you again for your patience as we’ve worked diligently through this crisis to stay connected with you, and envision an even brighter future for Pittsburgh Public Theater. All of our calendars have looked a little different for the past few weeks (to say the least), but we’re ready to fill them in with several months of joyful events. The information below is divided into three sections. If one section doesn’t apply to your situation, please keep reading, and you’ll find the answers to many of your burning questions.

First up, an update on BAREFOOT IN THE PARK.

BAREFOOT IN THE PARK...in the PARK 
Slip off your shoes and dream a little with us, won’t you? Can you imagine BAREFOOT IN THE PARK...in the park? We can! We’re working hard to transform this dream into a reality for 2021. 

Over these past few months we’ve heard from many of you who have chosen to either donate your tickets or wait until a production of this classic Neil Simon comedy is brought to life. If you haven’t made a decision yet, there’s still time! By choosing to donate your tickets, you’ll have first access to BAREFOOT IN THE PARK live in person, and exclusive VIP treatment in “the park” (seriously!) when the time comes next year. Click HERE to make your ticket selection by August 31.

The 2020-2021 Season: Classics N’at - The Year of the Playwright

The 2020-2021 Public PlayTime Series schedule is as follows:

September 17, 2020:
A new commission of Much Ado About Nothing, adapted by Steven Wilson

October 22, 2020:    
A new commission of Edgar Allan Poe’s stories, titled A Tell Tale Heart, adapted by Alec Silberblatt

November 19, 2020:
Redux, a new play by Rob Zellers (The Chief, Harry’s Friendly Service)

December 17, 2020:
A new commission of The Gift of the Magi, adapted by Brian Pope

January 21, 2021:
A new commission of The Three Musketeers, titled The Inseparables, by TJ Young

February 18, 2021:
Romeo & Juliet, adapted by Pittsburgh Public Theater Artistic Director Marya Sea Kaminski

March 18, 2021:
A new commission titled North of Forbes, an Agatha Christie adaptation by Tammy Ryan

April 15, 2021:        
A new commission of Cyrano de Bergerac, titled The Bergerac Simulation, adapted by Mora Harris

May 20, 2021:
Black Ballerina, a new play by Stephen Fedo and Tim Rhoze

June 17, 2021:
Recipient of Pittsburgh Public Theater’s Inaugural New Play Contest

The 2021-2022 Season - What the Heart Wants
Given that it will not be possible to safely gather at the O’Reilly Theater for the foreseeable future, the previously announced 2020-2021 “What the Heart Wants” season will move to the following year. The blockbuster line-up, currently scheduled to kick off in the fall of 2021, now includes: Murder on the Orient Express, She Loves Me, Two Trains Running, The Belle of Amherst, and Yoga Play, and a special season opener Same Time Next Year!

Current subscribers are paid in full from now until 2022, so you don’t need to move a muscle! If you do have questions, you’re welcome to contact our Box Office team at boxoffice@ppt.org or 412.316.1600. They’re safely working from home during this time, and your patience is so appreciated as they work hard to answer your inquiry as soon as possible.

Thank you again for your ongoing support of Pittsburgh Public Theater. We hope to see you soon and often.

Marya Sea Kaminski, Artistic Director
Lou Castelli, Managing Director

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