Pittsburgh Public Theater

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Monday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday: 10:00 a.m. to curtain
Saturday & Sunday: Noon to curtain

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10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

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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.





Feb. 1 & 8


This theatrical valentine, written for a gala given by Queen Elizabeth I, is aglow with spirited females and romantic fun. After a shipwreck, outspoken Viola washes ashore and disguises herself as a boy. Believing the masquerade, beautiful Olivia falls head over heels in love. Meanwhile Duke Orsino passionately pursues Olivia and Viola falls for him! All of Illyria is mad with merry mix-ups and not even the pompous Malvolio can stop the party in Shakespeare’s great comedy.


March 15
This two-actor musical has a potent pedigree. The cherished 1912 novel became a popular movie starring Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron, and went on to be the first Off-Broadway show ever to be live-streamed. Set in the early 20th century, Jerusha is an orphan whose college tuition is paid for by a mysterious young benefactor. His only condition is that she write him letters, a stirring exercise which awakens her to literature and love. With its beguiling contemporary score, theater and popular music fans will be thrilled to discover this new charmer.
April 26

Willy Loman is the most famous traveling salesman in history. In this Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning play from 1949, when Willy is downsized by his young boss, he caves under the strain of not being able to make ends meet. Lyrical and intense, the action shifts between memories of Willy’s glory days and his crumbling relationship with sons Biff and Happy. Staged by the director of Freud’s Last Session at The Public, Arthur Miller’s masterpiece about aging, economics, and the American Dream has retained all its relevance and power.

Starring Andrew Polk as Willy Loman


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