Pioneer Theatre Company is offering two-for-one tickets to two upcoming productions for all full-time faculty and staff.
“Two Dollar Bill,” by T.J. Brady
Jan. 15-30, 2016
At an elite university, a distinguished professor of history has just been nominated for a prestigious award, but the attention over that nomination has cast a confusing light on his academic credentials, with career-changing consequences for the professor, the dean of faculty, his graduate assistant and a student he teaches. A riveting examination of personal and professional ethics, as well as of the proper mission of higher education in America, “Two Dollar Bill” has the ripped-from-the-headlines timeliness that is sure to inspire water cooler conversations and dinner table debates among audiences who see it.
J.B. Priestley’s thriller, “An Inspector Calls”
Feb. 19-March 5, 2016
In turn-of-the-20th century England, a prosperous family is gathered to celebrate the engagement of their daughter when a mysterious inspector arrives to investigate the death of a young woman from the nearby town. None of the family members believe they know the victim, but over the course of the evening the inspector’s investigation reveals to each of them that they may be connected to the young woman’s life, and death, in ways they never imagined.
Regular prices range from $25-$44 but staff and faculty may buy one and receive one free.
Tickets must be purchased in person at the Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre with a valid UCard. Limited to four tickets per person, per production. The discount is not retroactive.