These are unusual times that we find ourselves in. Pillsbury House Theatre’s priority is the health of our employees, patrons and artists. We want everyone that comes in contact with us to remain safe and healthy. As we ride this ever changing storm of the coronavirus pandemic, we wanted to let you know of some of the difficult but necessary decisions we have made that will impact programming.
Beginning Wednesday, March 18th, excluding Pillsbury Early Education Center, Pillsbury House Theatre will be closed , and our staff will work remotely. We will remain temporarily closed as we monitor the situation and continue to honor the CDC’s recommendations around social distancing. We understand this is an inconvenience for many, and we are truly sorry.
Nina Simone: Four Women
Chicago Avenue Project
The spring Chicago Avenue Project took the form of a free online course.
In the 7-week virtual course, Pillsbury House Theatre teaching artists led lessons with movement moments, drawing, imagination, playing, acting and script writing. By the end of the course, each child had completed a script for a 10-minute play, and the plays were performed and recorded by local actors
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Please consider a donation in any amount supporting our work.
Please make checks out to Pillsbury United Communities, with Pillsbury House Theatre in the subject line.