THE REGULAR PACKAGE includes four productions:
- THE CRUCIBLE by Arthur Miller showing at the Philip Chosky Theater
- YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart showing at the Philip Chosky Theater
- THE WILD PARTY by Andrew Lippa, based on the poem by Joseph Moncure March showing at the Philip Chosky Theater
- LIVES OF THE SAINTS by David Ives showing at the Philip Chosky Theater
THE PACKAGE PLUS option allows you to upgrade your subscription by adding one or two of our more intimate performances:
- THE NINA VARIATIONS at the Helen Wayne Rauh Studio Theater
- THE GLASS MENAGERIE showing at Studio 201 (201 N. Braddock)
Tuesday Night Benefit Subscription Series
The School of Drama will again offer the Tuesday Night Benefit series to assist graduating seniors as they prepare for their annual Industry Showcase Tours in New York City and Los Angeles. Students in the Production Dramaturgy Program will hold regular post-show talkbacks with the audience and the casts and crews following the Tuesday evening performances.
Never miss a sold out show—you’ll have your tickets in hand. Save significantly over the single ticket price. Purchase additional single tickets at a 20% discount.
Our liberal exchange policy means that if you can’t attend a performance in your series, you are welcome to exchange your tickets for another performance of the same show.
*Subscriptions are still available for the 2013-2014 Season!
Directed by Cameron Knight
October 2 – October 11
"Cause I don’t like the world. I don't like what I see from the people. The people is too small. I always want to be a big man. Like Jesus Christ was a big man. He was the son of the father. I too. I am the son of my father."
Pittsburgh born August Wilson’s Seven Guitars shines a light on the African American male’s fight for identity and self worth in the face of societal and personal obstacles. Set in the Pittsburgh Hill District in 1948, the story shows the laughter, beauty, struggle and hope of seven African Americans who dare to dream.
Directed by Jed Allen Harris
November 13 – November 22
“I pray that I could pull it all inside my body – all the murder, all the cruelty, the ruin, the fire, the wounds, broken limbs, bleeding children, my city – bring it all deep inside me so that I could understand.”
A hundred thousand years of modern humanity. A hundred thousand years of war. Charles Mee sets the ancient Greek play The Trojan Women in a modern world, bringing us face to face with the agonizing causes and undeniable effects of war and its impact on the vulnerable.
Book, Music & Lyrics by William F. Brown
Directed and Choreographed by Tomé Cousin
Musical Direction by Thomas Douglas
February 19 – February 28
“Believe in yourself right from the start
You’ll have brains
You’ll have heart
You’ll have courage…to last your whole life through”
The Wiz is a Tony Award-winning musical from 1975. It is a vibrant re-telling of L. Frank Baum’s "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". Using inspiration from rock, R&B, gospel and soul music, Dorothy “eases on down the road” with the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion towards Emerald City.
Translated by Paul Schmidt
Directed by Pamela Berlin
April 9 –11, April 21-25
“A person has to believe in something, or has to look for something to believe in, otherwise his life is empty…”
Anton Chekhov’s, The Three Sisters, unveils the tragic beauty of provincial life through a mixture of love, laughter, and loss. Olga, Masha and Irina ache for a return to the excitement of Moscow, as their brother, Andrei, accumulates debt and loses power to his wife. As the years progress, the sisters find themselves caught between hopes and disappointments.