“Send a friend” and University Discounts to Becky’s New Car. Catch her before she leaves!

“Just have to tell you that Becky’s New Car may just be my new all-time favorite play offered by Penobscot Theatre.” – Jane Bragg

The reviews are in, and Becky’s New Car is a hit! We even got the following shout out from Charlie & Benita Staadecker who originally commissioned the play!  “I hear via the theatre grapevine that audiences are adoring Becky’s New Car…our very very best.”

In order to make sure everyone gets a chance to catch this innovative comedy at the Bangor Opera House, Penobscot Theatre Company is offering a number of discounts to help you make it happen!  Becky’s New Car has its final performances Nov. 1st at 7 p.m. Nov. 2 & 3rd at 8 p.m. and Nov. 4th at 3 p.m. Already seen the show? Then why not “send a friend”?  When they buy their ticket just tell them to use the code “CAR” and they will receive $5 off our regular ticket price.  We are also offering TWO COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS to any area University faculty members! Simply state the name of the institution you work for when you make your reservation and bring your college i.d. with you to the show. Call our Box Office at 942-3333 and order your tickets TODAY!

“Loved Becky’s new car. Under your direction it was flawless!” – Joan Duplessis

 

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About Amy Roeder

Director of Education – Amy Roeder is pleased to be joining the staff at PTC. Amy received her BFA in theatre from the University of Evansville and her Master of Fine Arts in acting from The University of Georgia. She recently relocated to Bangor from Chicago where she taught and performed with famed comedy institution The Second City. Local audiences may have seen her onstage with Improv Acadia in Bar Harbor where she has been a company member since 2005. Amy has performed all over the country including at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Cincinnati’s Playhouse in the Park and with the Improv Asylum in Boston. In addition to teaching acting and improvisation classes all over the world, Amy is also designs and facilitates workshops in improvisational techniques for businesses. Amy hates writing in the third person.