YPT is excited to offer $16 tickets to CODE members for weekend performances (regular $31) of A Million Billion Pieces.
A MILLION BILLION PIECES
By David James Brock
Music by Gareth Williams
Directed by Philip Akin
When a touch could be a lifeline – or lethal – two 16-year-olds dare to tempt fate. Pria and Theo are isolated by a rare disease that could prove deadly if they make contact. Craving connection, they progress from flirty DMs to a precarious encounter, each with their own reason to test what it is to live – and love – like other people.
A Million Billion Pieces performances run Nov 25-Dec 13
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CODE Members can now see all Tarragon Theatre performances at a 10% Discount. Simply use the promo code when ordering your tickets from the box office and enjoy the show!!
CODE members receive 20% off regular priced tickets for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.
Shakespeare in Action is offering a 10% discount for members who book interactive in-school workshops, or performances at their new theatre space.
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