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Open Stage Student Matinees are weekday performances designed for students and take place on designated Wednesday mornings. Open Stage matinees are followed by a talkback where you can discuss the play with the cast and Pittsburgh Public Theater staff.

Students may also access Resource Guides that correspond to each of the shows.

For reservations call Group Sales at 412.316.8200 x704.
For more information, call the Education Department at 412.316.8200 x715

All Open Stage Student Matinee tickets are just $15.75.

 

Wednesday
September 30 & October 7
10:30 am

 

SOLD OUT
Call 412.316.8200 x704

for waitlist

Through the story of this one girl, generations have felt the emotional impact of what was lost during the Holocaust. Anne Frank was a spirited, insightful teenager when she and her family took refuge from the Nazis in an Amsterdam attic. 

Recommended for middle and high school audiences.

Wednesday
November 11
10:30 am

 Passion. Pratfalls. Pizza! Modern-day Venice is the setting for this new production of Goldoni's comic juggernaut, in a raucous adaptation from the creator of Billy Elliot. Our hilarious hero, Truffaldino, will stop at nothing to stuff his face, even if it means working for two bosses at the same time.

Recommended for middle and high school audiences.

Wednesday
February 3
10:30 am

The Great American Musical comes to the O'Reilly stage, starring Sky Masterson, Nathan Detroit, and "The Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York." This show has it all: dancing, comedy, and romance. The unforgettable score includes Miss Adelaide's "Take Back Your Mink," the rousing "Luck Be a Lady," and that incredible show-stopper, "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat."

Recommended for high school audiences.

Wednesday
March 16
11:00 am

Amir is a hot-shot corporate lawyer in Manhattan. He's also a Pakistani-American married to a WASP. When he counsels a Muslim leader accused of sedition, his world begins to unravel. Matters come to a head when he and his wife host a dinner party for another power couple – a black female attorney and her Jewish boyfriend. This 90-minute thrill ride won the 2013 Pulitzer prize.

Recommeded for high school audiences.

 

For reservations call Group Sales at 412.316.8200 x704.
For more information, call the Education Department at 412.316.8200 x715