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William Shakespeare’s delightful comedy takes us on a journey through love in four different aspects: love at first sight, unrequited love, lustful love, and romantic love.
As our characters get lost in the forest of Arden, mischief, passion, and mistaken identity abound. The perfect show to lift the spirits and open the season!
Directed by Alan Stanford
Pay-What-You-Can-Previews October 28 & 29
Runs October 30-November 20, 2021
Shows are Wednesday-Friday at 7:30pm
Saturday at 2pm & 7:30pm* and Sunday at 2pm
*no matinee on Opening Nights
Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece of Irish theatre takes the PICT stage starring resident company members Martin Giles, James FitzGerald, Karen Baum & Ken Bolden.
Endgame is an exploration of ending – ending life, ending time, and what we find at the conclusion. The magnificent and timely production will be directed by Alan Stanford.
Pay-What-You-Can Previews May 12 & 13, 2022
Runs May 14-28, 2022
Please Note: There will be limited seating for this production
Our 25th Season will close with
The Boys in the Band, considered one of the most influential plays in the LGBTQIA+ canon. In 1968 Manhattan, seven friends gather for a raucous birthday party. Flowing drinks and uninvited guests cause tensions to rise and deeply hidden truths to be revealed.
PICT presents Mart Crowley’s modern classic in a dazzling new production directed by Monteze Freeland.
Pay-What-You-Can Previews June 16 & 17, 2022
Runs June 18-July 9, 2022
*Please note: there will not be a performance on Sunday, July 3.
New for 2021-2022!
Six thrilling stage readings, presented free to the public!
These are classic stories true of their time and for all time, that celebrate the specificity of the human experience from all over the world and bring the voices & perspectives of women and People of Color to the forefront.
Curated by Sharon McCune, this new series is inspired by the annual reading list published by Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre in Brooklyn, NY, but focuses on classic stories that fit within PICT’s specific mission. All readings will be presented under the beautiful atrium at Rodef Shalom. Seating is limited – reservations encouraged.