Pillsbury House Theatre COVID-19 Updates

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.
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Nina Simone: Four Women

When we scheduled Nina Simone: Four Women for April of our 2020 season, we had no idea what would be in store for the world. All we knew was that, after years of dreaming and planning, this powerful production was finally coming to the PHT Mainstage.
When we made the decision to postpone the production for the safety of our artists, patrons and staff, we initially hoped to reschedule it for later this summer. However, due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we’ve made the difficult decision to continue our postponement of the show through the end of the year. While we still have every intention of producing Nina Simone: Four Women, we’re going to wait until we can give this show the production it deserves. Stay tuned!
In the meantime, all ticket sales will be refunded by our vendor, Ovationtix. Please contact Marketing & Communications Manager Rachel Fettig at rachelf@pillsburyhousetheatre.org with any questions.

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Chicago Avenue Project

We’re pleased to announce that the spring Chicago Avenue Project will take the form of a free online course.

In the 7-week virtual course, Pillsbury House Theatre teaching artists will lead lessons with movement moments, drawing, imagination, playing, acting and script writing. At the end of the course, each child will have completed a script for a 10-minute play, and the plays will be performed and recorded by local actors.

For more information, click here.
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Support our Work With a Donation

As we make the difficult decisions necessary to protect our employees, patrons and artists, we remain committed to our mission: to create challenging theatre that inspires enduring change towards a just society.
In order to continue to do this work, we need your help. A donation to Pillsbury House Theatre in these uncertain times is an investment in the future of the community-centered, groundbreaking theatre you know and love.

Please consider a donation in any amount supporting our work.

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