Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Pendragon Theatre offers deals on year-round theatre subscriptions

Pendragon Theatre* in Saranac Lake is celebrating its 30th year with deals on live performance subscriptions. Four subscription types are available between May 1, 2010 - April 30, 2011.


Pendragon will offer 11 productions
Year Round: All 11 events (including Moby Dick and Shakespeare) $120
Year Round: All 9 events $100
The 5 Show Summer Full Length: $70
Special 30th year deal: "3 for $30" = 3 events for $30 restrictions do apply. only one per person per season) Good for any combination of full length, cabaret, alumni event, etc but just three events.

The line-up is
An adaptation of Jungle Book
Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice
Constance Cogdon's adaptation of The Imaginery Invalid
Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff
A return engagement of Orson's Welle's Moby Dick Rehearsed
A return engagement of The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged)
One Night Only "Pendragon Alumni" staged reading on July 17, 2010 with reception
Cabaret Evenings - songs from past Pendragon productions
The Fall Production (TBA)
The Holiday Show (TBA)
The New Directions Series - showcasing up-and-coming directors and playwrights.

Regular Ticket prices are:
Full length productions: Adults/$20.00, Seniors $17.00, 17 and under $10.00
Other productions: Jungle Book, New Directions, The Holiday Show: ages 15 and up/$10, under 15/$8
All Full Length Matinees are $12 (also Cabarets and Alumni Readings)

*1) Subscriptions apply only to Pendragon Productions at the Pendragon Theatre location, not tour locations or special events
2) Subscriptions are prepaid admissions. They do not assure you a seat. Reservations are required.
3) Subscriptions are non-transferable.

Subscriptions can be ordered by phone (518-891-1854) or e-mail pdragon@northnet.org

*As a matter of full disclosure I am a board member of Pendragon Theatre but also a parent on a budget. If you have never attended Pendragon Theatre before the "3 for $30" would be a good opportunity to save some money and see three shows. If you attend or wish to start attending more frequently, the year-round subscriptions will benefit your pocketbook.

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