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Thingamajig season tickets — more than just theatre

By Laura Moore
Special to The PREVIEW

 

Photo courtesy Doug Chapin  “Spamalot’s “Lady of the Lake (Jamie Finkenthal) returns to Pagosa in this season’s Thingamajig Theatre Co, production of “Winter Wonderettes” playing Dec. 13-29 at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.

Photo courtesy Doug Chapin
“Spamalot’s “Lady of the Lake (Jamie Finkenthal) returns to Pagosa in this season’s Thingamajig Theatre Co, production of “Winter Wonderettes” playing Dec. 13-29 at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.

On Aug. 28, Thingamajig Theatre Company announced its 2013-14 season to current subscribers in an exclusive party at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts.

Those attending enjoyed a cocktail hour followed by a brief presentation by artistic director Tim Moore, who announced the five shows to be presented October 2013 through June 2014.

“We’re offering another Colorado premiere (‘One Flea Spare’), a holiday favorite with fabulous vocalists (‘Winter Wonderettes’), Nora Ephron’s final play (‘Love, Loss, and What I Wore’) and two Tony Award winners (‘Boeing Boeing’ and ‘Red’)”, Moore commented. “We set the bar very high this summer with ‘Spamalot,’ ‘The Full Monty’ and ‘Good People.’  I’m pleased to continue delivering more titles this upcoming season that capture that summer momentum and keep it rolling into next year.”

Season tickets are not only the best way to see all the shows that Thingamajig Theatre Company offers, but patrons get unsurpassed discounts and the most options and flexibility when enjoying their theatre experience.

“The prices are great and we want people to get the best offers as season ticket holders, but as a growing company in its third year, I’m most grateful for the sense of ownership that our loyal, year-after-year subscribers have created with Thingamajig,
said Moore. “We have a great time on Champagne Openings. Our actors talk-backs after the show with the audience are both sophisticated and full of laughs (and a beverage or two). When I meet with our actors before first rehearsal, I welcome them and tell them how important they are to the community; before they even take the stage. Our subscribers have taken our out-of-town actors and production teams into their homes, made dinner, hosted cast parties, and gone far beyond my expectations supporting the theatre and the artists that work here. Our subscriber support goes beyond seeing our shows; they are a united community within the theatre company itself, showing support for the theatre and supporting businesses who support us. It’s a unified base of folks that have great fun at our events and have made new friends through attending them. We love sharing all these experiences with them.”

Season tickets are also the only way to reserve your seats at Thingamajig’s intimate Black Box Theatre.

“Most people like the confidence of a specific seat location each time they come to the theatre,” said Moore. “If seating location is a high priority, patrons will definitely want to secure our season tickets and the Save Your Seat option. They’re assured the same location in the theatre from show to show and have the first opportunity to reserve again next season with a renewed subscription.”

Thingamajig offers a variety of subscriber options that meet your needs most and it all starts as low as $62 for all five titles. Give us a call and let us help you find the package that fits your needs best. For information on supporting Thingamajig Theatre Company, a registered non-profit 501(c)(3), or to acquire tickets and join our theatre family, call 731-SHOW or visit www.pagosacenter.org.

This story was posted on September 12, 2013.