The March 5th preview performance of Standing on Ceremony is sold out… but we still have tickets available for opening night, March 6th (Free Beer Friday!) and throughout the run.
Shows are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday at 7:30pm, March 6th through 21st.
Use code “EQUALITY” for $2 off Thu/Mon tickets (reg. $12) or $5 off Fri/Sat tickets (reg. $28) for online and phone orders.
Order online at www.cptonline.org or by calling the CPT Box Office at 216-631-2727 ext 501. Advance purchase recommended—and, good news, CPT doesn’t charges ticket fees. Ever.
Made possible by the generous support of the Cleveland Foundation.
The March 5th preview of Standing on Ceremony is reserved for Gay Games 9 volunteers, staff and sponsors, a FREE gift made possible by the Cleveland Foundation.
Advance Reservations Required
To reserve your free ticket(s), call (216) 631-2727 ext 501, or email email@example.com with the following information:
- Your full name
- Number of free tickets (1 or 2)
- Your GG9 affiliation (volunteer, staff, sponsor, board, committee member, etc.)
- Your email address
You will receive an email confirmation.
Seating is limited, so reserve now!
To cancel a reservation, call (216) 631-2727 ext 501, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following the performance, join us for a wedding cake reception in the theatre lobby. Please join us in toasting the show and Gay Games 9!
(Dessert provided courtesy of I Love Pies!)
STANDING ON CEREMONY: THE GAY MARRIAGE PLAYS
Written by Mo Gaffney, Jordan Harrison, Moisés Kaufman, Neil LaBute, Wendy MacLeod, José Rivera, Paul Rudnick and Doug Wright. Conceived by Brian Shnipper
Directed by Craig J. George
SPECIAL EVENT: Thursday, March 05, 2015
7:30pm, Gordon Square Theatre
Back by popular demand, Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays is a powerful collection of short plays that celebrate love and explore the (still-evolving!) landscape of marriage equality in the USA. Written by eight of the nation’s most acclaimed playwrights, Standing on Ceremony “holds a magnifying glass to the highs and lows, joys and fears, courage and silliness, of people bucking trends and making history” (NY Observer) with wit, humor and heart. “Funny and moving…a celebration.” (The New York Times)