“Hindsight Is” Podcast Series with the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Piti Theatre is partnering with The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum to create a podcast series that brings to life the local history of Ridgefield, CT as part of our “Your Town” program. We have chosen figures from Ridgefield with particular relevance to our current moment and the series is being released in conjunction with the…

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Piti Theatre’s Anti-Racism Commitments

In the wake of the murder of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many others by the state and by white civilians, Piti Theatre commits and re-commits to: Making an annual donation to a Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) led non-profit or political campaign by a person of color…

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Valley Playwright Mentoring to Premiere Radio Plays During COVID-19

in rehearsal at Mohawk Trail Regional High School Dowload the Press Release Facebook Event Page Listen to a sample scene inspired by the opioid crisis https://ptco.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Scene7-LookWhatIGot-FinalEdit-v1.mp3 Piti Theatre’s VPM program for teens ages 13 – 19 was unable to perform the scenes developed over the six month program based on stories from participants lives as…

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Piti Theatre Receives Suzy Polucci Food and Justice Award!

We are honored to receive the 1st annual Suzy Polucci Food and Justice Award from the Franklin Community Coop. We will be using the $500 award as “seed” money for our 2019 Summer Tour of Western Canada with “To Bee or Not to Bee” and “Canary in the Gold Mine.” Learn more and donate to…

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Piti Theatre North American Tour: Summer 2019

Piti Theatre will bee bringing two performances to FOUR Fringe Festivals in Western Canada during July and August! Regina International Fringe Festival July 10 – 14 “Canary in the Gold Mine” | Tickets > Winnipeg International Fringe Festival July 17 – 28 “To Bee or Not to Bee” | Tickets > Calgary International Fringe Festival…

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