An Elephant in the Garden: #Pittsburgh Ticket #Giveaway

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It’s that time again! While The Magic School Bus: Lost in Space will be touring the Pittsburgh region over the next week, we’ll be ramping up the next ticket giveaway for Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Chidren’s Theater series.

And what a giveaway it will be! This time, we’re giving away tickets to An Elephant in the Garden.

An Elephant in the Garden comes to Pittsburgh

An Elephant in the Garden will be here in the Burgh on January 17 & 18. The show on the 17th will be at 7p and the show on the 18th will start at 2p. There will be an ASL interpreter at the show on the 17th. All the shows will be at the Byham Theater.

Here’s what you can expect:

1945. Dresden, Germany. Two children and their mother flee falling bombs during World War II. They aren’t alone, though. An adorable elephant from the zoo named Marlene becomes an unlikely family member. Along the way, this extraordinary quartet of refugees meet a Canadian officer cowering in a barn, a school choir on the run and their Countess savior who is harboring them from the Nazis.

This story of family, elephant, friends and enemy-turned-ally illustrates the importance of love, resolve, and hope in wartime and anytime. Partly based on a true story, An Elephant in the Garden is an adaptation from the best-selling novel by Michael Morpurgo, author of over 100 books including War Horse, Private Peaceful and Kensuke’s Kingdom.

Here’s the ticketing page–they start at $12!

Win tickets to An Elephant in the Garden

Or, you can enter to win four (4) tickets using the widget below! You can earn entries through 11:59p on January 11, 2020. Please check you inbox religiously on the 12th as we will have to coordinate your tickets quickly!

If you win, you will get to choose which showing you go to. Best of luck to all!

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1 thought on “An Elephant in the Garden: #Pittsburgh Ticket #Giveaway

  1. Victoria Lingle

    This sounds like an amazing show. It also sounds like an age appropriate way to discuss the idea of people being kind/unkind and a broad introduction to WWII. Thank you for the chance to win.

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