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Black Theatre Troupe Reveals 50th Season

After a year-long haitus, the Black Theatre Troupe will resume its schedule of performances with its 2021-22 Season. This season marks the renowned theatre company’s 50th anniversary season.

Black Theatre Troupe announces a slate of performances that reflect the African-American experience. Founded 50 years ago, the company is recognized as on of the longest continuously operating Black theatre companies in the U.S.

The 50th Anniversary Season will feature 5 productions. Among them will be two musicals, a Pulitzer-prize winning drama, the company’s annual holiday production and a thought provoking work by MacArthur Fellow Dominque Morisseau.

Black Theatre Troupe’s 2021-22 Season includes SISTAS! THE MUSICAL (September 10 – 26), SUNSET BABY (October 22 – November 7), BLACK NATIVITY (December 3 – 19), A SOLDIER’S PLAY (February 4 – 20), and AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’ (March 25 – April 10). All performances will be at the Helen K. Mason Performing Arts Center, 1333 E Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85034

Season Flex tickets are on sale for packages of 2, 3, and 4 plays for $83-153.

Early bird pricing of $73-143 for Flex packages is available now until August 20th

Flex tickets holders can utilize them in any combination for any performance, excluding Black Nativity. Season ticket holders receive priority seating and a significant discount over single ticket prices.

Tickets are on sale at blacktheatretroupe.org