SARASOTA, FL – As Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe opens its first show of the 2021-2022 season, “Eubie!” it is also offering the opportunity to purchase subscriptions for the remaining three regular season shows for $120/adults, $60/students/active military. The three shows included in the subscription are the world-premiere original musical “Ruby” (January 12-February 27, 2022), musical revue “Broadway in Black” (March 10-April 24, 2022), and two world-premiere one-act plays presented together under the auspices of WBTT’s New Playwrights Series, “From Birmingham to Broadway” and “Float Like a Butterfly” (May 4-29, 2022).
WBTT’s holiday show, “Joyful! Joyful!” is not part of the subscription package. Tickets are now available for that show, which runs December 1-30, 2021, for $50/adults, $20/students and active military (prices include ticket fees).
As a member of the #SafeArtsSarasota coalition, WBTT is requiring a negative COVID-19 test result or proof of full vaccination, if the patron prefers. Masks are required. Additionally, WBTT has numerous other measures in place, including deep cleaning and other COVID-19 protocols to help ensure the safety of its patrons, performers and staff while complying with current Florida law. Visit WBTT’s website and click on “COVID-19 Safety” for more information.
Great seats are still available for the run of “Eubie!”; the show continues through November 21. Tickets are $47/adults, $20/students and active military.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit westcoastblacktheatre.org or call the Box Office at 941-366-1505. In order to secure subscription pricing on the website, patrons will need to enter the code “2022SUB” upon checkout (code valid through February 6, 2022).
About Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe
The mission of Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe (WBTT) is to produce professional theatre that promotes and celebrates African American history and experience, engages a broad base of patrons and audiences, supports the development of a dynamic group of aspiring artists, and builds self-esteem in youth of color. For more information, visit westcoastblacktheatre.org.