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Announcing Season Changes

To our valued Park Square Theatre Patrons,

The sets for Aubergine and The Rocky Horror Show are being built and rehearsals begin soon. We can’t wait to welcome you to the innovative, transformative and audacious new season!

We are writing to share some significant changes to the 2019-2020 season program.

  • Due to audience demand, we will be launching an encore presentation of last year’s smash hit, Marie and Rosetta on our Andy Boss Stage (June 19 to August 2, 2020). Jamecia Bennett will be reprising her powerful performance of songs including “This Train” and “Didn’t it Rain” in the intimate embrace of the Boss Stage. Talk about spine tingling!
  • In order to accommodate important script development and artist schedules, the world premiere of Un (the completely true story of the rise of Kim Jong Un) and The Revolutionists will move to Fall 2020. We have also canceled the three performances of A Raisin in the Sun.

These changes will help make each production stronger and assure a successful season ahead for all of us. It has been very rare in our history when we’ve had to invoke the “all dates, titles and artists subject to change” clause in our season listings. We know this may be an inconvenience for some and we are very truly sorry to have to change our announced plans.

For those who have tickets to or packages that include the cancelled performances, here are the options available for your tickets to the affected shows:

  • Exchange your tickets to a different production in the season – including Marie and Rosetta – at no additional charge
  • Receive a credit to your account in the amount of the purchased tickets, which can be redeemed for any future ticket purchase (including a 2020-2021 season package)
  • Donate your tickets as a tax-deductible contribution to Park Square Theatre

We appreciate your understanding and patience as we work with you to handle your season tickets. Please contact the Ticket Office at 651-291-7005, or by email at tickets@parksquaretheatre.org to let us know how you would like to proceed.

We look forward to seeing you at Park Square this season!

All our best,

Flordelino Lagundino,  Artistic Director

C. Michael-jon Pease, CFRE, Executive Director