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Adults: Single tickets start at $37.50
Students: $15
People 25 & under: $20

Pay-What-You-Can: Everyday, day of show (in person only, starting at 1:00 p.m.)

Teen Tix: $5
Groups (10+): Save up to 25% off! Call Ticket Office for reservations, (206) 292-7676
Day of Show Rush: 50% off. Use code RUSH (day of show only)
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Post-Play Discussion - 7/17 evening - FREE!
Stick around and participate in a post-show discussion with the director and actors about creative choice and the themes of the play

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The Seattle Times:
"...a comic charmer and a humane reminder that most of us are pilgrims of one kind or another in this big, complicated, rewarding land we share."
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The Stranger:
"...Romeo and Juliet story—an Annie Hall story, a West Side Story story—for Americans in the 21st century. And perhaps for all people in this back-and-forth, from-one-home-to-another, permanently globalized world. Go. You won't regret it."
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Seattle Weekly:
"...cause for celebration, proving ACT's willingness to take a chance on a local playwright—and see it pay off."
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HeraldNet (The Everett Herald):
"It's not just the discovery of first love, which in this case is goofy and fresh and lively and sexy, but the discovery of one's self where the big aha moment isn't just ‘discovered' but claimed loud and clear, in lingo we all get and as genuine as a hunk of pure silver."
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The SunBreak:
"[Carol] Roscoe gives a fearless performance as an admittedly flawed woman who is throwing herself at someone who is, just this once, inclined to catch her."
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Teen Tix:
"...a funny and engaging play, transformed into stellar performance by the whole company. A sparkling tale of true love and new journeys, Pilgrims is the play to see this summer."
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Preview Audiences Fall in Love with Musa and Sheri!

“This is exactly why I come to theatre. One of the best plays I’ve seen in a really long time.”

“Congratulations, you produced a modern classic! Thank you for presenting a vital heart opening experience. BRAVO!”

“Razor-sharp humor, good flow, no slow spots, terrific acting, great script.”

“Humor, sex, freedom, fabulous story, amazing cast!”

“Best play I’ve seen in years. Maybe best ever!”

“It’s going to be a HIT and a wonderful addition to American culture.”

“The writing is GREAT! The conversations are real and the tension is perfect – I really wanted to know what would happen to these likeable characters.”

“Humorous, touching, realistic.”

“Kept wishing for another hour.”

“Amazing mix of emotions without being trite. Timing was perfect!”

Shanga Parker (Musa)
Carol Roscoe (Sheri)
Kimberley Sustad (Gamila)
Sylvester Foday Kamara
(Tayyib)
Anthony Leroy Fuller (Abdallah)

This production is brought to the stage with generous support from The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation and the Washington State Arts Commission.

Special thanks to our premiere caterer: Apulent Events and Catering

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