• Wednesday-Saturday at 8pm with 2pm Saturday matinees
  • Sunday Matinee: November 15 at 2pm
  • Running Time: Approximately 60 minutes without an intermission

Special Showings

  • Pay-What-You-Can Preview: Thursday, November 5
  • Subscriber Appreciation Saturday: Saturday, November 7 (following the matinee)
  • Artist Talkback: Friday, November 13
  • Theatre Club: Saturday, November 14 (following the matinee)

Reviews — 8 Open

joan ferguson

Nov. 9, 2015

3:03 PM

An excellent production.Very moving,Impressed me tremendously – fantastic acting.Have recommended it
to friends.Thank you to all who made this such a wonderful experience.


Nov. 9, 2015

3:21 PM

The acting was superb A difficult assignment. I thought the theme of forgiveness was weaker than I expected. The course language was not necessary, and I doubt that the widow used all that. Al

Dave Stevens

Nov. 9, 2015

7:26 PM

My wife and I were overwhelmed by how well the actress, Susie Coodin, performed for the entire time on her own. When she switched characters by voice and posture she was able to convince us of the different people she portrayed. The theme of the play had us talking on the way home. Forgiveness is not an easy topic especially when it involves a horrific incident.

Brian Hession

Nov. 16, 2015

3:55 PM

A very well done play,great acting.
A troubling subject from a troubled world.


Nov. 16, 2015

7:04 PM

A very thought-provoking and intense production/delivery! The coarse language rattled me a little, but the acting and writing were stellar aside from that. I personally had a bit of trouble following all of the character personifications, but probably about halfway through the play, I could identify with who the character was with the different stances the actress took. I definitely would recommend it, just as almost every single play I have seen at PT in 13 years.

Tony and Pat Schmidt

Nov. 16, 2015

10:41 PM

It was an amazing show – we totally stood up for the performance the actor gave. She ably and subtly played so many characters and each one took on a life of itself.
It was a very thought-provoking afternoon.

The only criticism we have is that we doubt that its necessary to actually use such vulgar language. We hear it all around us every day. We don’t want to hear it when we are out to enjoy a theatre performance. There are more subtle ways to express oneself than actually shout out vulgarities.


Nov. 17, 2015

11:05 AM

I was disappointed with the play – one of my least favorite at PT. I was confused with character-identity and never was sure . A list of characters portrayed would have helped. Certainly the coarse language was distracting. The theme, to me, was lost and did not reflect the true forgiveness of the people in Nickel Mine. We love being PT subscribers and look forward to our next visit.


Nov. 17, 2015

2:40 PM

This was an intriguing production. Fantastic acting! But I ask myself….what is the value of forgiveness? Who is it for? What is the point of it? What does it even mean? If my grandson was brutally murdered, you can bet there would be no forgiveness in my heart, ever!

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