Advance tickets are available at Tix on the Square. Tickets will also be available at the door with cash or credit card.
Single tickets are available for every performance. Shows at 7:30pm & 9:00pm Nightly. Check out the shows below to pick your performance.
Adult Single Tickets - $22.00
Student/Senior Single Tickets - $16.75
Double Bill Tickets
Stick around for the whole night, and catch two shows for a reduced cost. Pick a night and see two incredible performances. Double Bills are Risk Everything & Problem Child, Featuring Loretta & Criminal Genius, and Adult Entertainment & The End of Civilization.
Adult Double Bill Tickets - $32.00
Student/Senior Double Bill Tickets - $27.00
Binge watch all six shows - May 2nd & May 9th - 12pm-10pm - Tickets include a catered dinner from Pasta Pantry
Adult Marathon Pass - $78.50
Student/Senior Marathon Pass - $68.50
Flex Passes are good for any 6 shows - to make reservations for each performance after purchasing your Flex Pass, call Punctuate Theatre at 780-686-8497.
Adult Flex Pass - $83.50
Student/Senior Flex Pass - $78.50
Breaking the Cycle
Monday May 4, 2015 at 10pm
The discussion will focus on the effects of the poverty cycle on Edmonton's high risk and street involved youth. The panel will be mediated by assistant director Patrick Lundeen.
Speakers will include the Executive Director of The Old Strathcona Youth Society Karen Drynan, director Jeff Page, and actors Gianna Vacirca and Neil Kuefler.
Safety of Sex Workers
Tuesday May 5, 2015 at 10pm
The discussion will focus on the safety of sex workers in Edmonton. The panel will be mediated by assistant director Harley Morison.
Speakers will include award-winning filmmaker Rosie Dransfeld, executive director of Kindred House a program of Boyle McCauley Health Centre Shawna Hohendroff, director Geoffery Ewert, and actors Amber Lewis and Amber Bissonnette.
Crime and Deviance
Wednesday May 6, 2015 at 10pm
The discussion will focus on crime, deviance, and social control in Edmonton. The panel will be mediated by artistic associate Andréa Jorawsky.
Speakers will include director Liz Hobbs, actor Chris W. Cook, and more.