Leapin’ lizards! The irrepressible comic strip heroine takes center stage in one of the world’s best-loved musicals. Follow Annie and her cheery spark of positivity through New York City as she searches for her parents on this fun-filled adventure of friendship.
Annie is a special presentation by the students of the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory, backed by the talented CAPA Orchestra, and fully produced by the professional artists of Pittsburgh Musical Theater.
Annie is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com
Ticket prices vary by seat location and performance date. Tickets start as low as $18.00! As always, students and children enjoy half-price tickets to our performances, any seat, any date. Single Tickets on sale now!
Pittsburgh Musical Theater provides low-cost tickets to student groups during our special 10:00am student performances. Tickets are $12.00 each, with one free ticket included for every 25 purchased. For more information on our student matinees, please contact us at 412.539.0900 option 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Group rates are available for all performances. For more information, please contact groups sales at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust at 412.471.6930 or GroupSales@TrustArts.org
Subscribers are entitled to exchange tickets free of charge for another performance of the same show. Simply call 24 hours in advance at 412.456.1390. If you can't make the production at all, just return your tickets for resale and you'll receive a tax deduction. We are sorry, but at this time, ticket exchanges between venues are not available.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater is committed to providing an environment that is inclusive and welcoming to all patrons. For information about our accessible services please contact us at 412.539.0900. More information is also available on the Byham Theater Accessibility page. Large print and Braille programs are available on request. Braille programs provided by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.