To kick off this season, we’re so happy to say that A Play, a Pie, and a Pint is back – outside! We’re planning an outdoor Oktoberfest celebration and performance, and are delighted at the chance to see you safely in person.
In an effort to be responsive to changing conditions, we’ll be announcing the rest of our in-person 2021/22 season soon. We’ve also been so inspired by audience feedback on our experiences in the mail that we are planning more for this season. We’re excited to share more with you in the coming weeks about our offerings this year, both at the theater and at home.
Learn more about our Oktoberfest celebration below, and check back soon for more updates!
We’re kicking things off with an in-person fall celebration. More shows and experiences will be announced soon!
An in-person celebration of fall favorites
Oktoberfest with Tiny Dynamite
October 6 – 8, 2021
Conceived by Kathryn MacMillan and Meghan Winch
Directed by Brett Ashley Robinson
Outdoors in the Powel House garden; rain dates planned
It’s the in-person return of A Play, a Pie, and a Pint! We’ve scoured the internet, this time for the most amusingly autumnal content, including Bavarian lore, pumpkin-spice controversies, and some Halloween themes, too: spooky short stories, spectral encounters, and the funniest Halloween tweets we could find. Pre-performance, there will be crafts, games, and beer selections from local favorite Triple Bottom Brewing!
To protect our audiences and artists, there is limited availability for this event, and proof of vaccination will be required at time of entry.
More to come in our 2021/22 season!
The Art of Swimming, 2017
Lee Minora and Daniel Ison
Photo by Emilie Krause
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The plays remain brilliantly quirky gems…A Play, A Pie, and A Pint® proves that theater needn’t be a full-evening formal occasion. Drop in for a quick one, you won’t be sorry.
— Mark Cofta, City Paper
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The Complete Works of Jane Austen, Abridged, 2019
Jessica Bedford and Trevor William Fayle
Photo by Daniel Kontz