Will Arbery writes a play set near, but not quite, in Plano, Texas. Its heroines are three sisters, echoing Chekhov’s, and the men who occupy all too much of the oxygen rich atmosphere around them in astroturf-lined suburbia. This is a comedy, a dark one, with flashes of absurdity that ring true. A domestic drama, a comedy, and a dark look at America all at the same time.



Bakery Square
192 Bakery Square Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15206


Ample parking is available in the two parking garages at Bakery Square. Learn more about directions, parking, and rates here.


Please call 412.362.1713 for questions about accessibility. Assistive listening devices will be available at all performances thanks to support from the Allegheny Regional Asset District.


All patrons must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and be masked to attend the performance. Proof of vaccination can be as easy as showing a picture of your card via your phone at the box office. Visit quantumtheatre.com/safety for more information.


How much are tickets?

Weekday, Saturday Matinee’s, and Sunday tickets through April 10 are $38, and for the rest of the run are $42. Saturday evening tickets for Plano are $50.

$18 student tickets are available by calling 412.362.1713. Student groups at this rate are welcome.


How do I get there and where do I park?

Click here for directions. Two large parking garages are available for parking at Bakery Square. To find out directions and parking rates, click here.

Plano will be staged in Bakery Square at 192 Bakery Square Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15206.


Do I need to print my tickets?

Nope! When you arrive, Quantum staff will be there to check you in. Just give the name of the person who purchased the tickets. And do us a favor if that’s not you – give us your name and email address at the check-in table so we can make sure you know about future performances.

What is your COVID-19 Safety Plan?

All attendees must be fully vaccinated and masked to attend Plano. The company, crew, and staff are fully vaccinated, and the actors and artistic team are tested multiple times per week. Concessions besides water will not be permitted inside the theater. We are committed to the health and safety of our audiences, artists, and staff, and we will continue to monitor latest CDC guidance. Read our COVID-19 Safety Plan.


How do exchanges work?

For the safety of all patrons, if you aren’t feeling well, stay home and let us know. We’ll reschedule you to another performance, pending availability.

Subscribers may exchange with 24 hours of notice for any reason. Single-ticket buyers will incur a $5 per ticket exchange fee, except when exchanging due to illness.

Exchanges can be processed by calling 412.362.1713 or emailing boxoffice@quantumtheatre.com.

Do I need to be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination?

Yes. All attendees 12 years and older are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Proof of vaccination is required at the box office by simply showing a picture of your vaccination card via smartphone or by bringing a physical copy. To read more about our COVID-19 Safety Plan, click here.

If you are unable to be vaccinated due to a medical condition, a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the performance or a negative antigen test within 24 hours is acceptable.


Will there be pod seating/assigned seating?

No. All performances are general admission, and there are no requirements for pod seating. Every performance will be sold to full capacity.

Performance Calendar

Special Performances

Opening NightMost Popular

$ 55

Post-show reception with the cast and crewFriday, April 1

Sunday Q&A

$ 38

With the cast & directorSunday, April 3

Social Q

$ 44

Pre-show event at a TBA venueWednesday, April 6

Quantum Quaff

$ 58

Pre-show wine tastingThursday, April 7

Quantum on the Couch

$ 50

Post-show analysis with Dr. Manuel ReichSaturday, April 16


Anne – Lisa Velten Smith*
Genevieve – Julianne Avolio*
Isabel – Moira Quigley*
Mary – Cary Ann Spear*
Steve – Tim McGeever*
John/Juan – Jerreme Rodriguez*
Faceless Ghost – Taylor Knight


Scenic Design – Stephanie Mayer-Staley
Assistant Scenic Designer – Marissa Fisher
Costume Design – Rachel Vallozzi
Lighting Design – Xotchil Musser
Sound Design – Aaron Landgraf
Projection Design – Cat Wilson
Movement Choreographer– Taylor Knight
Production Stage Manager – Cory Goddard*

*denotes Actors’ Equity Association member