Run the Rabbit Path
January 31st through February 16th, 2019
A World Premiere
WQED’S FRED ROGERS STUDIO
4802 Fifth Avenue,
Pittsburgh PA 15213
In the shadow of Pittsburgh’s steel mills, two Irish American brothers and their sister struggle through the trauma of planning their father’s wake, in the kitchen where he died the day before. Their father’s love guides them through the morass of emotions as they stumble onto the mystery of the rabbit path. Recommended for audiences 14 and older.
Our special senior ticket rate of $38 is offered for all of our Saturday matinee performances this season.
DID YOU KNOW: PICT Classic Theatre offers a reduced Artist ticket rate of $25, which is gladly extended to fellow artists. To secure your order, please call our office at 412-561-6000.
PREVIEW – Thursday, January 31, 7:30
PREVIEW – Friday, February 1, 7:30
OPENING NIGHT – Saturday, February 2, 7:30pm
POST-SHOW LECTURE – Sunday, February 3, 2:00pm
PRE-SHOW LECTURE – Wednesday, February 6, 7:30pm
CONVERSATION THURSDAY – Thursday, February 7, 7:30pm
FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY – Friday, February 8, 7:30pm
Family 4-Pack ticket offer for RUN THE RABBIT PATH
Classic Culinary Culture
Course #2 – Basics off Bread Making,
Presented by Ray Werner, Playwright of Run the Rabbit Path
Friday, February 15, 2019, 6:30pm, Studio B at WQED
Join us for this special treat with Ray Werner. It’s cold outside but you’ll be basking in the warmth of bread making.
Dinner and Show at the Mansions
Thursday, February 14, 2019, 5:00pm, Mansions on Fifth
An evening with all the grace of Victorian refinement for Valentine’s Day!
Begin with a lovely tour of The Mansions on Fifth in Shadyside (5pm). Gathering in the formal dining room at 5:30pm, we will partake in a splendid three course meal and Ray Werner, playwright of Run the Rabbit Path, will take a moment to share what this play represents for him. This delightful experience begins at 5pm at the The Mansions on Fifth (5105 Fifth Avenue) and the performance begins at 7:30pm, WQED (4802 Fifth Avenue). On-site parking is available at both locations.
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