All Performances and Season Subscriptions – On Sale Now!
Palm Springs, Calif., (August 24, 2021) – Individual tickets and season packages are now on sale for shows slated during the Palm Canyon Theatre’s 25th anniversary season. The Palm Canyon Theatre is the city’s oldest source of live theatrical entertainment running Broadway favorites and classic stage productions from September to July. Tickets are prices from $15-$36. Season packages, range from $100-$275.
PCT’s 2021-2022 Broadway Series
Shrek – Oct. 22-Nov.7
The Sound of Music – Dec.3-19
Les Misérables – Jan. 21-Feb. 13
Palm Springs Getaway (New Musical) – Feb. 25-Mar. 13
Monty Python’s Spamalot – Apr. 22-May 1
Into the Woods – May 13-22
Godspell – July 8-17
PCT’s 2021-2022 Classic Series
The Guys – Sept. 11-12
Sordid Lives – Sept. 24-Oct 3
This Side of Crazy – Nov. 18-21
Cyrano de Bergerac – Mar. 31-Apr. 3
All seven musical productions are on sale for $175 per person, or choose any four – Broadway or Classic productions – for $100. Or, select the “Patrons Choice” package, and choose any 10 shows for $250. The entire season of shows is only $275. Individual show tickets are also on sale now.
Show times for all productions are Thursdays at 7 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p.m.; and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Palm Canyon Theatre is centrally located in the beautiful Uptown Design District of Palm Springs, 538 North Palm Canyon Drive, at the corner of Alejo and Palm Canyon Drive, across from The Corridor and Chicken Ranch. Box office hours are currently Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For more information call 760-323-5123 or visit www.PalmCanyonTheatre.org.
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About the Palm Canyon Theatre:
The Palm Canyon Theatre is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the education of live stage production and the enrichment of the greater Palm Springs community and its visitors. The regional repertory theater company operates primarily with volunteers and produces about 13 Broadway musicals and classic plays each year, plus offers a children’s theatre camp and production. The theatre opened its doors in 1997 when Dr. William “Bill” Layne and his family renovated the historic Frances S. Stevens School located at the corner of Palm Canyon Drive and Alejo Road in Palm Springs, Calif.