Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh in The Detroit News
Says director Shannon Ferrante: "In part, the playwright asks the question, 'What is the role of an artist in times of change?' The story follows this painter who has climbed up from a low social place to become the queen's portrait painter. Elisa has to learn that the artist's role in the world is to show beauty - inner beauty, the human soul." Read more from The Detroit News!
Marie Antoinette opens tomorrow night! Last chance for a discounted preview performance is this evening at 8pm.
Along with ticket discounts, playbill listings, member bar privileges and that warm feeling you get in your heart for helping your local theatre, PNT members can, for the first time ever, purchase tickets for the entire upcoming season two weeks before they go on sale to the general public on August 15.
Want to take this opportunity to secure some prime real estate in our theatre?
Website launched for the Michigan Equity Theatre Alliance
Love professional theatre? Love the great state of Michigan? Boy, have we got just the thing for you!
The recently formed Michigan Equity Theatre Alliance has just launched its interactive website, and we want YOU to be the first to check it out! Though elements will continually be added to make it the go-to source for all of your Equity Theatre news, it's certainly ready for a test drive.
Help PNT close the gap for the $16,000 challenge grant from the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation Richard P. Whitker Charitable Fund.
Through your support, you play a vital role in the theatre by helping us cover the costs of sets, costumes, licensing fees, and the salaries of professional actors, directors and designers.
You also play an important role in the community by ensuring that, together, we can all share in the thought-provoking, poignant, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always moving experience we call theatre.
This campaign runs through August 15, so don't delay!