In this romantic comedy, two strangers who could not be more different board an empty BART train, both working on the same New York Times crossword puzzle. As the train ride ends, it's obvious that each of them has been changed for the better.

By Jerry Mayer

JUNE 17-27
Thursday & Saturday 8pm; Sunday 2pm

In the event of rain, we will make the call to cancel the show NO EARLIER than 2 hours before the start of the performance (we all know how fickle Pittsburgh weather can be!). Subscribers and patrons that already have purchased tickets will receive a call or email within those 2 hours informing them of the cancellation. Patrons may choose another performance to attend, receive a refund on their tickets, or donate their tickets back to the theater. If enough performances need to be cancelled, we will add additional rain-date performances the weekend after the show was originally supposed to close! Check back in for updates on rain-date performances posted here on the website.

Who can resist this all-time favorite fairy tale, told with fun and flair? Our Children's Theatre performaners take the stage, playing rhyming Narrators, singing Villagers, friendly Animals, charming Royalty, energetic Messengers, the haughty Stepmother and Stepsisters, the irresistible Fairy Godmother, and lovely Cinderella. Of course, once the charming Prince discovers the proper owner of that famous sparkling slipper, everyone lives happily ever after!

June 14-23
Mondays & Tuesdays 6:30pm
Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10am

Tickets: $5
Sold at the door, only!
No reservations, except for groups of 15 or more

Boxed dinners now available for Monday evening performances!

$13 each
pre-order at least 24hrs before the show
call 412-831-8552 OR

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