Pyramid Theatre Company

  • Intimate Apparel

    9d5144aa 01d9 4ddc b92b 5f612c3f8dc9Next Friday at the Stoner Theatre, Pyramid Theatre Company opens their production of Intimate Apparel. Written by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, Intimate Apparel is a show that Pyramid’s Artistic Director Tiffany Johnson had been wanting to present to Des Moines audiences from the very start of the organization’s history.

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  • The Summer 10

    Img 0675Days are longer, warmer, and perhaps not quite as full of theatre, but it's also the time for those groups that do their one big show during the summer months. It's a trade-off that means a few more big-cast musicals, plus some special events that only happen while school's out and schedules are a bit clearer. Here's a list of ten shows coming up in the next few months that you can look forward to.

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  • Seasons to Love

    Coming soon b&wIt may be only February, but five different theatre companies are ready to announce their upcoming seasons of shows, and we've got them here for you. Somewhere in the next 525,600 minutes one of these theatre companies will present just the right show (or shows!) you NEED to see. This week, find out what the Pyramid Theatre Company, Kata Klysmic Productions, and the Ankeny Community Theatre have in store. And two more groups next week!!

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  • The Winter 10

    Img 0360After a nice holiday break, theatre is back in force in the area. Here's some of the shows the Gentle Guide wants to make sure you take notice of for the rest of the winter months.  Ten shows between now and the beginning of spring (plus one FREE show you shouldn't miss!)

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  • Stage Lives Matter

    Dr. Wanda EverageThis Sunday September 18 at 2pm the public is invited to a Community Conversation on Diversity in Des Moines Theatre. Sponsored by the Des Moines Directors' Group and the Iowa Arts Council, the event is free to all.  Moderated by former vice-provost at Drake Dr. Wanda Everage, the discussion will cover diversity and inclusion in issues such as play selection, casting, volunteer opportunities, outreach, and staff and board of director positions.  

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