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Pandora Productions 2020-2021 Season Subscription - Revised

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Henry Clay Theatre

604 South 3rd Street, 3rd Floor

Louisville, KY 40202

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Welcome to the 2020-2021 Season - our 25th Anniversary Experience Powerful, Provocative Theatre at Pandora Productions

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Welcome to the 2020-2021 Season

our 25th Anniversary

Experience Powerful, Provocative Theatre at Pandora Productions’ live theatre performances with a Subscription Package that offers a savings of 20% off single ticket prices.

This season we've opted for virtual online performances to keep everyone safe until such time as a vaccine or cure is found for Covid-19. As soon as it's safe we'll open up for live performances. We hope that is sooner rather than later! But for now, we'll see you online.

Subscribing with Pandora... 

  • gets you 5 amazing, cutting edge, regional premiere productions on our mainstage
  • is Easy and Convenient,
  • is the lowest pricing, and most economical way to see our productions,
  • makes exchanges cheerful and free
  • makes you one of our most valued patrons, you are our life-blood!

Subscribers enjoy special offers and discounts to other events such as:

  • Sing for the Roses,
  • New Year's Pajama Party,

and special co-productions for our 25th Anniversary (descriptions below)

  • Shakespeare's R & J, with the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival.
  • Southern Comfort, our Pride Production

Packages & Rates

1)     New & Renewing Regular Mainstage Subscribers:  $100.00.  

2)     Seniors (65+) and Student Mainstage Subscribers:  $90.00.

You may also call 502.216.5502 for questions regarding our Subscriber program or your purchase for more information.

ADD A DONATION! We'd be most appreciative if you would consider adding a donation to your subscription order. The Covid-19 virus and subsequent shut down of social events has seriously impacted our business causing us to close La Cage aux Folles before it had made budget. We still plan to bring La Cage to those who didn't see it (stay tuned). We are still planning to have Southern Comfort on our stage in May as planned. Contingency plans are in the works if that can't happen at that time due to continued government mandated social distancing.Our business has been impacted, and continues to live under the threat of impacts and further loss of business. We depend heavily on our ticket sales so that we don't have to ask for extra donations but these trying economic times call for extraordinary measures. Your donation added to those of other subscribers will assist us in continuing our mission to transform lives, educate, enlighten and entertain. Our Subscribers are always the most generous of our patrons and we truly appreciate your consideration of increasing your regular donation or making a donation if you never have before. Thank you, as always, for your consideration at this time of uncertainty! 

Your 5 Show Mainstage Season Package includes:

September 2020

OPEN by Crystal Skillman Open is a magic act that reveals itself to be a resurrection. Kristen, the narrator and sole character, executes magic tricks because she is the one who needs to believe. The Magician presents a myriad of tricks for our entertainment, yet her performance seems to be attempting the impossible—to save the life of her partner, Jenny. But is our faith in her illusions enough to rewrite the past? The clock is ticking, the show must go on, and, as impossible as it may seem, this Magician’s act may be our last hope against a world filled with intolerance and hate. The miracle this lovely show pulls out is that by the end, she does—and so do we.

November 2020

BUYER & CELLAR by Jonathan Tolins Alex More has a story to tell. A struggling, underemployed actor in L.A., who takes a job working in the Malibu CA basement of a beloved megastar. One day, the Lady Herself comes downstairs to play. It feels like real bonding in the basement, but will their relationship ever make it upstairs? An outrageous comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things, and the oddest of odd jobs. A one-man play with the most peculiar of fictitious premises that allows us to ruminate with delicious wit and perspicacity on the solitude of celebrity, the love-hate attraction between gay men and divas, and the melancholy that lurks beneath narcissism. A seriously funny slice of absurdist whimsy!

January 2021

A BOY AND HIS SOUL by Colman Domingo Where do you get soul? From the kitchen rotary phone cord your sister stretched out nine feet? From never learning the real secrets of your crazy cousin until you were older? From the broken Easy Bake oven your brother used to torment your sister’s Barbie dolls? Or from the memory of watching your parents sell the house you grew up in? Maybe you get soul from listening to the music on WDAS FM with your mother in the backyard at midnight on a hot summer evening. From Stevie, Aretha, Marvin, Chaka, Barry, Gladys…and Colman. Propelled by the beat of classic soul, smooth R&B and disco, this is the soundtrack of a boy’s coming of age in 70s and 80s Philadelphia.

March/April 2021

TRU by Jay Presson Allen Adapted from the words and works of Truman Capote, Tru is set in the writer's New York City apartment at 870 United Nations Plaza the week before Christmas 1975. An excerpt from Capote's infamous unfinished roman à clef, Answered Prayers, recently has been published in Esquire. Having recognized thinly veiled versions of themselves, Manhattan socialites such as Babe Paley and Slim Keith turn their backs on the man they once considered a close confidant. Alone and lonely, Capote — soothing himself with pills, vodka, cocaine, and chocolate truffles — muses about his checkered life and career in what is essentially a two-act monodrama.

May 2021

THE NIGHT LARRY KRAMER KISSED ME by David Drake The smash hit one-man show tells the story of a man called to gay pride and activism through a series of vignettes exploring thoughts and emotions shared by a whole generation of gay men and women. A play of incredible power and honesty, a lyrical poem of universal truth and an insightful history lesson. This is author’s challenge to the complacency and the overwhelming lack of anger in the gay community and there's plenty to be angry about for anyone -- gay, straight and in-between -- and Drake presents his rage and his humanity in a form that is accessible, moving and real. This play is a gift to anyone who loves dramas that expand the realms of possibility or who have ever felt the activist spirit churning within.

Subscribers can add the following at significant discounts:

(Note: Season Extras are available to add on the bottom of the checkout page.)

January 2021

SHAKESPEARE'S R & J by Joe Calarco a co-production with Kentucky Shakespeare Festival; directed by Matt Wallace Four young prep school students decide to vary their very governed lives. After school, they all take turns reading Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet aloud. The Bard’s words and the story itself are thrilling to the boys, and they become swept away, enmeshed in the emotion so much so that they break school rules in order to continue their readings. The rigidity of their lives begins to parallel the lives of the characters in the play: roles in the family, society, and gender soon seem to make all the sense in the world, and then, suddenly, they seem to make no sense at all. Two eventually emerge playing Romeo and Juliet exclusively, bringing a whole new dimension to the proceedings. Perceptions and understanding are turned upside-down as the fun of play-acting turns serious, and the words and meanings begin to hit home and universal truths emerge.

June 2021

SOUTHERN COMFORT book by Dan Collins music and lyrics by Julianne Wick Davis, based on film by Kate Davis A courageous, heart-soaring musical that tells the true story of a group of transgender friends living life on their own terms in the back hills of rural Georgia. At its core, it is a love story between patriarch, Robert Eads, and newcomer Lola Cola. Through a unique folk inspired score, the musical chronicles a year in the lives of this unique American family as they courageously defy the odds by simply remaining on the land to which they were born, reminding us that home is where we find comfort in our skin.

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