Events at Greensburg Garden & Civic Center

Concerts, theatre and dance events are staged in our 320-seat auditorium!











Order Tickets Online

  • ONLINE!  Follow the link to purchase tickets, select an event, and see real-time seating availability that allows YOU, not the computer, to choose your seats.  Internet service charge applies as follows:
    $4.50 per ticket; $3.25 for tickets priced at less than $12 only if all tickets for the event are less than $12; PLUS $1 per ticket Historic Preservation Fee; $1 mailing fee option per show order.
  • Charge by phone with MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express credit or check debit cards (sorry, no ATM accounts). Call The Palace Theatre Box Office at (724) 836-8000 with your card in hand.
    Box Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM.
    Box Office service charge applies as follows:
    $3.50 per ticket; $1.75 per
    ticket priced at less than $12 only if all tickets for the event are less than $12; PLUS $1 per ticket Historic Preservation Fee; $1 mailing fee option per show order.
  • In the Lobby of Greensburg Garden & Civic Center, generally 45 minutes prior to an event.  Sorry, show tickets cannot be purchased in person at Greensburg Garden & Civic Center at other times; sales may be available through The Palace Theatre Box Office, 21 W. Otterman Street, Greensburg.  Please note some GGCC events accept cash only sales at the door.   No service charges on tickets purchased at the door (within one hour of an event).

Contact Greensburg Garden & Civic Center for more information.

February 2015


Monday, February 9 through

Saturday, February 28 at 2pm






















“The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web."  - Pablo Picasso

Pamela Cooper

My training in Graphic Arts has remained, dormant while my minor in Fine Arts has taken flight. I find myself thinking more outside the box coasting through the expressive and creative process. I have been surrounded by connections to the arts. Whether working at an advertising firm, an art gallery or a historical theatre, I have remained throughout the years in some aspect of the arts. The artist in me is completely driven by the prospect of creating images. I see future works of art that comes to me in dreams; or mere thoughts. I want; rather I need to explore my art.

I’ve entered shows and displayed my works in and around the region. My sculptures and other works are in private collections. A show in 2014, featuring a body of my work helped launch what is called “Coopers Corner Art Gallery presently on line.

My choice of genre or subject matter is usually led by the medium. So, In other words…upon viewing a reference; such as a photograph, I imagine what kind of visual message will be read by my viewers if I were to interrupt the feelings and the response that I get and capture in an art medium. This is not to say that photography is not art. Rather it is a form that I refer to when developing my pieces.

“I work in all types of mediums. I don’t want to limit my creativity to just one to express myself. I believe my inner artist voice has to speak for itself. The hardest part of creating art for me is being still long enough to hear it speak.” – Pamela Cooper

Check out Coopers Corner online!


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

March 2015


Friday, March 20 at 7:30pm

Saturday, March 21 at 1pm & 4pm

Greensburg Civic Theatre's Greasepaint Players presents:





$6 advance, $8 at the door


(fantasy spoof)​
by Steph DeFerie​

​​Pity poor Streptococcus - it should be a piece of cake for a fairy godmother to tell the story of Snow White, but her wand is bent and things aren't going quite as they should. Then, to make things worse, she's interrupted by a couple of English policemen who are hot on the trail of two very devious and dangerous criminals - children who are causing no end of trouble in the forest. Their names? Hansel and Gretel! Streptococcus doesn't believe a word of it and neither do a well-behaved pair of kiddies in the audience who volunteer to help her tell Hansel and Gretel's familiar tale. But before everyone lives happily ever after, the police insist on having their say and the well-behaved kiddies aren't happy about that at all...


Check out Greasepaint Players online!


Order Online or call The Box Office at 724-836-8000!


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


May 2015


Friday, May 1 at 8pm

Saturday, May 2 at 8pm

Sunday, May 3 at 2pm

Greensburg Civic Theatre presents:

RUMORS  by Neil Simon

Advance: Adults $15, Seniors $13, Students $10
Door: Adults $17, Seniors $15, Students $12


by Neil Simon​
directed by Jim Mikula​

At a large, tastefully appointed Sneden's Landing townhouse, the Deputy Mayor of New York has just shot himself. Though only a flesh wound, four couples are about to experience a severe attack of Farce. Gathering for their tenth wedding anniversary, the host lies bleeding in the other room and his wife is nowhere in sight. His lawyer, Ken and wife Chris must get "the story" straight before the other guests arrive. As the confusions and miscommunications mount, the evening spins off into classic farcical hilarity.

Check out Greensburg Civic Theatre online!


Order Online or call The Box Office at 724-836-8000!



Return to Top