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Tickets can be purchased online or you may visit the Box Office in the lobby of the Purnell Center for the Arts.

Subscriptions must be purchased by calling or visiting the Box Office. Only single tickets are available online.

Tickets to Director's Series and New Works Series Productions are free and available in the box office at noon the day of the performance.


BOX OFFICE HOURS:
Monday through Friday, noon to 5 pm
Weekdays of performance, noon to 5 pm and 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Weekends of performance, an hour and a half before curtain

All sales are final. No refunds are available

TELEPHONE
Tickets can be purchased over the telephone with Visa or MasterCard.
The Box Office telephone number is 412-268-2407.
There is a $2.00 handling fee on all non-cash purchases.

TICKET PRICES
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ONLINE
Click here to purchase tickets online for individual shows.

EXCHANGE TICKETS
View Our Ticket Exchange Policy


All sales are final. No refunds are available

Oct
3
Thu
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 3 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
4
Fri
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 4 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
5
Sat
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 5 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 5 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
8
Tue
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 8 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
9
Wed
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 9 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
10
Thu
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 10 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
11
Fri
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 11 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
12
Sat
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 12 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 12 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Ticket Prices

Single Ticket Prices

Full $35.00

Student $10.00

Senior $20.00

Faculty/Staff $25.00
Alumni $25.00

Subscription Prices

WEEKNIGHT & SATURDAY MATINEE
Full Price $96.00
Senior (65+) $60.00
Student $40.00
Faculty/Staff/Alumni $72.00

WEEKNIGHT & SATURDAY MATINEE PACKAGE +1
Full Price $120.00
Senior (65+) $75.00
Student $50.00
Faculty/Staff/Alumni $90.00

FRIDAY/SATURDAY NIGHT
Full Price $112.00
Senior (65+) $76.00
Student $40.00
Faculty/Staff/Alumni $80.00

FRIDAY/SATURDAY NIGHT PACKAGE +1
Full Price $140.00
Senior (65+) $95.00
Student $50.00
Faculty/Staff/Alumni $100.00

Ticket Exchange Policy

Subscription tickets may be exchanged by telephone. Please have your tickets in hand when calling to make an exchange.

Subscribers exchanging from a weekday or matinee performance to a Friday or Saturday night must pay the difference in ticket price at the time of the exchange. Subscribers exchanging from a preview performance to ANY other performance must pay the difference in ticket price at the time of the exchange.

If you cannot use your tickets please call the Box Office at least 24 hours in advance to make an exchange. If you cannot exchange for another date, please consider donating your seats to the Box Office so we can help accommodate student demand for seats.

The above image depicts the seating available in a standard configuration of the Philip Chosky Theater

The above image depicts the seating available in a thrust configuration of the Philip Chosky Theater

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