Located in the heart of South Park, PA
South Park Theatre produces plays & musicals for all ages on its beautiful outdoor stage & intimate indoor Mainstage

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June 30 - July 16
Thursdays-Saturdays 7:30pm, Sundays 2:00pm
The day after their friend Cathy’s funeral, Margot, Tate, and Connie gather for a round of golf in honour of their recently departed fourth. There, they are joined by another woman, an old friend of Cathy’s they’d never met. Over the course of eighteen holes, secrets and confessions unravel as the women discuss love, sex, children, and everything in between. A funny, fast-paced, heartwarming story of friendship.
June 27-July 6
Mondays 6:30pm; Tuesdays 10am & 6:30pm; Wednesdays 10am
No performance July 4th
Additional performance at 6:30pm on July 6th

With shiny, multi-colored scales, Rainbow Fish is the most beautiful fish in all of the ocean, and the only one of her kind. But when Rainbow Fish refuses to share her vibrant, shimmering scales, the whole ocean seems to turn against the vain creature. Unhappy that no one adores her anymore, the Rainbow Fish seeks out the wise Octopus, who helps her learn that it’s far better to be admired for being kind than for being beautiful.

2022 Mainstage Season

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At this time,
we are requiring that patrons remain masked throughout the performance for the protection of the actors onstage who will remain unmasked

2022 Children's Theater Season
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South Park Theatre acknowledges that our work is produced on settled indigenous land and recognizes that these are the lands of the Adena, Monongahela, Osage, Mingo, the Lenni Lenape, Shawnee, and Hodinöhšönih (hoe-den-ah-show-nee) — the six Nations of the Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca, and Tuscarora. We are gathered on Jö:deogë’ (joan-day-o-gan’t), a Senaca word for Pittsburgh translated as “between two rivers”. South Park Theatre acknowledges that this land, water, and its resources are stolen from indigenous people, and this theft has aided in the forced removal and genocide of Native Americans. We recognize that Native Americans were here before us, continue to live beside us, and will continue to live on these lands. Land acknowledgements serve as a starting point for decolonial practice and are not enough on their own. We invite you to also acknowledge the stolen indigenous lands present in your life and work with us to promote indigenous visibility.