Be safe, wash your hands, and we'll see you in Season 32

We can't thank you enough for your support and patience throughout Season 31 thus far. Unfortunately, due to the unpredictability of the COVID-19 crisis and it’s effect on public gatherings, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the remainder of the season. This includes all performances of ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS and HEAD OVER HEELS as well as our 6th annual nuVoices Festival and our free summer Shakespeare program, Midsummer Nights @Queens. Current Ticket and Flex Pass holders can fill out the reallocation form to let us know how they'd like to manage their Season 31 tickets. We are setting our sights on Season 32 and we can't wait to see you there.

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Guess what?

ATC will produce our 150th show this season. 150 Shows! Now that is something to talk about! That’s 31 years of contemporary plays, musicals, dramas and so many new friends. We are so grateful for the support of our audiences that have brought us to this milestone. We have seen a lot of laughter, tears, highs and lows. We’ve seen uptown moves, downtown moves, and cross-town moves.

Some seasons have been so smooth and glorious that we wished they’d never end. Others were so filled with challenge and anxiety that we learned how many wonderful friends and supporters we have in this community.

For going on 150 shows we have asked you to take a risk and laugh or cry or get angry. That is our job, to get you talking. Talking leads to empathy, understanding and eventually social change. So please consider joining us for this engaging season, purchase a flex pass, or make a donation. Your support will ensure the next 150 shows, and most importantly, join the conversation and let’s get talking!

MORE SPACE = MORE SEATING OPTIONS = MORE FLEXIBILITY

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Sponsored in part by the Arts and Science Council

Special Thanks to Queens University of Charlotte
Sponsored in part by the North Carolina Arts Council