4 Play Package
4-PLAY PACKAGE // $120
Get a 25% discount on these four great presentations: Pipeline, Black Nativity, The White Card, and How Black Mothers Say I Love You. Pick your favorite day of the week and performance time!
Package dates & times:
Opening Night Thursday (October 3, November 21, February 6, April 23 at 7:30pm)
1st Friday (October 4, November 22, February 7, April 24 at 7:30pm)
1st Saturday Matinee (October 5, November 23, February 8, April 25 at 2pm)
1st Saturday Evening (October 5, November 23, February 8, April 25 at 7:30pm)
1st Sunday Matinee (October 6, November 24, February 9, April 26 at 2pm)
2nd Thursday (October 10, December 5*, February 13, April 30 at 7:30pm)
2nd Friday (October 11, November 29, February 14, May 1 at 7:30pm)
2nd Saturday Matinee (October 12, November 30, February 15, May 2 at 2pm)
2nd Saturday Evening (October 12, November 30, February 15, May 2 at 7:30pm)
2nd Sunday Matinee (October 13, December 1, February 16, May 3 at 2pm)
Subscriptions are now on sale through June 30, 2019. Purchase by calling 651.224.3180 Monday through Friday, from 10am-4:30pm. Discounts are based on full price tickets. No further discounts for Senior or Student pricing. Questions? Contact Anita Baccus Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
SUPPORT THE ART YOU LOVE!
For over four decades Penumbra Theatre has been a beacon welcoming everyone in our community to open their hearts and minds to be nourished by the unique power of theatre. Stand with us to sustain the art you love and grow its impact.
$50 Can give a week of healthy meals to one activist artist-in-training.
$100 Can underwrite two tickets to a performance so that price is never a barrier to great art.
$250 Can provide access for one person to attend every single event this season.
$500 Can subsidize Summer Institute tuition costs for one teen
A donation in any amount helps to sustain our company and grow our impact in the community. Donate online or by calling 651.224.3180 today.
“Summer Institute gave me a purpose as a woman and person of color to share my personal experience without oppression and judgement.”
—Rahila Coats, Summer Institute Alumna