Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Pioneer Theatre Company Announces 2013-2014 Season

Posted By on April 16, 2013, 9:25 AM

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Pioneer Theatre Company officially announced a 2013-2014 season that includes Shakespeare, a musical elf and a few good men. ---

Artistic Director Karen Azenberg's second full season at Pioneer Theatre Company launches in September with Something's Afoot, a musical/comedy/mystery spoof of Agatha Christie-style whodunnits. The season's other musicals include the Broadway adaptation of the popular Will Ferrell comedy Elf, and the popular song-and-dance classic Sweet Charity.

The season's plays include the Utah premiere of Jon Robert Baitz's 2012 Pulitzer Prize finalist and Outer Circle Critics Award-winner Other Desert Cities; Aaron Sorkin's military courtroom drama A Few Good Men; Ira Levin's classic mystery Deathtrap; and Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing.

Season ticket packages are available at the Pioneer Theatre Company website, or by phone at 801-581-6961.

Full 2013-2014 Pioneer Theatre Company Season

Something's Afoot (Sept. 20 - Oct. 5)
Other Desert Cities (Oct. 25 - Nov. 9)
Elf - The Musical (Dec. 6 - 21)
A Few Good Men (Jan. 24 - Feb. 8)
Much Ado About Nothing (Feb. 21 - March 8)
Deathtrap (March 28 - April 12)
Sweet Charity (May 9 - 24)

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