It’s true. Cabaret is SOLD OUT. But that doesn’t mean you have to miss out. Trust me when I say that you don’t want to miss this show! So, pay close attention to today’s blog, because I’m going to tell you how you can still get seats for one of the 10 remaining performances of Cabaret before we have to say Auf Wiedersehn, À Beintôt…Farewell!
- Believe it or not, there are still just a few seats left for our Farewell Gala Celebration performance of Cabaret on Friday, March 11. The ticket price is a bit higher than our regular shows but you get a fabulous party too! Beginning at 5:30 pm, guests are invited to join us for delicious dinner-sized hors d’oeuvres accompanied by wonderful Wedell Cellars wine. After dining and mingling with friends, it’s time for Willkommen to Cabaret in the theatre where your seats are guaranteed. There will be more food and wine at intermission and after the show, the cast and artistic team will join us for delicious dessert in the lobby. It’s going to be a marvelous evening! Buy your tickets online today and we’ll see you next Saturday for the party of the year.
- Yes, all regular performances of Cabaret are sold-out, but trust me, our Wait List can work miracles. Simply arrive at the theatre one hour before the show and place your name on the Wait List at the box office. You can step away for a bite, or join us in the lobby for some wine at the bar, but be sure to be back at the box office 15 minutes before curtain. At show time, our house manager will assess available seats and we may just have one for you. We generally seat between four and ten guests in last minute available seats at every show. Check out our Wait List Policy for the details and give it a shot!
- That’s all the advice I have for getting seats for this fabulous show, but if you’d like a quick sneak peek before getting here, we’ve posted some wonderful photos by Jamie Foster Photography on our website HERE. Check ’em out.
Next up? Get your tickets now for our next Ubu’s Other Show Staged Reading! Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2004, I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright is a remarkable one-man-show directed by Michael Siebrass and featuring PCPA’s Leo Cortez. The show runs for three performances only: Friday, March 18 at 7 pm and Saturday, March 19 at 2 pm. Find out more about this staged reading HERE and get your tickets HERE.
Stay dry this weekend folks!