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 and 10 AM - 2 PM Saturday.
    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.


August 3 thru 31

Monday - Friday, 9-9, Saturday, 9-3,

Closed Sundays.


Moira Richardson's




Thursday, August 11, 6 - 8 PM

ARTist reception



Come see the art and meet the artist, Moira Richardson. This event is free and open to the public. The Starseed exhibit features mixed media acrylic paintings that feature dreamy portraits and celestial abstracts, like galaxies, nebulas, and night-time stars. Light refreshments will be available.

Can't make the opening? No worries! The art will be on display at the Greensburg Garden & Civic Center (951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg, PA) from August 3 - 31. Hours are Monday - Friday, 9-9, Saturday, 9-3, closed on Sundays. You are welcome to drop by the building any time during those dates/times to see the exhibit!

For more information, feel free to contact Moira Richardson at
or 401.484.3005 (leave a message).



Thursday, September 22

5:30PM to 7:30PM


Aquinas Academy Hosts





Aquinas Academy is hosting a community-wide art contest of Westmoreland County landmarks and points of interest. The selected subjects for the contest include locations such as the Palace Theatre, Ft. Ligonier, the Westmoreland Museum, and Saint Vincent College. The contest is open to students (K-12), college students, and adults. In each of the six age groups, participants have the opportunity to win a $100 cash prize, have their artwork exhibited at a community art show, and have their artwork featured in a 2017 calendar. To help children in grades K-6 create artwork for the contest, Pottery Playhouse is hosting canvas painting classes for the featured landmarks.

For more information and to enter online, visit  There is a $10 entry fee and entries must be submitted by June 15th. Proceeds benefit education at Aquinas Academy.

Approximately one hundred of the winning pieces will be exhibited at an art show at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center on Thursday, September 22nd from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. This exciting event will bring together artists of all ages to celebrate our area's rich history and its continued dedication to the arts. The winning artwork will also be featured in a 2017 lottery calendar that will be for sale at the art show and throughout the community. Two thousand copies of the calendar will be distributed. Opportunities are available for local businesses to place an advertisement or coupon in the calendar.

The Celebrate Westmoreland Art Contest was inspired by the recent renaissance of the Greensburg art community, evinced by the renovations to the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, the construction of the new Seton Hill Arts Building, and the creation of the Incubator for the Arts by the Westmoreland Cultural Trust. In addition to supporting education at Aquinas Academy, the Celebrate Westmoreland Project aims to create further excitement about art in the community and showcase the unique points of interest in Westmoreland County.




Tuesday, September 27 at 2 PM

Tuesday, December 13 at 2 PM

- Christmas Show


Latshaw Productions presents



Tickets: $35

From the haunting rhythms of Tahiti to the primal drums of Tonga, enjoy 90 minutes of brilliant, blazing colors and the songs and dances of the wonderful world of aloha!

Visit Latshaw Productions Online!

Buy tickets online or call the box office at 724-836-8000.




Friday, October 14 at 7:30 PM

Saturday, October 15 at 1 PM & 4 PM


Greasepaint Players presents


Advance $8, At the door $10



The return trip from the Regional Science Fair doesn’t go exactly as planned for Mary Cole and her students. When the school van runs out of gas in the middle of a rainstorm, the young scientists are forced to take refuge in a spooky old house. 

Greeted by the very pale but suave Dexter Drackman, Buffy, a student who’s also a descendant of the great vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing, senses trouble. Her instincts are dead on — the castle is now owned by Dracula’s sisters, Bella and Della, but their infamous brother wants the house to call his own.

Visit Greensburg Civic Theatre Online!

Buy tickets online or call the box office at 724-836-8000.




Friday, March 17 at 7:30 PM

Saturday, March 18 at 1 PM & 4 PM


Greasepaint Players presents


Advance $8, At the door $10



It's time for the show and the group that was supposed to present the play has phoned to say that their van has broken down and they are not going to make it. The clowns gather on stage to decide what to do. Should they send the audience home?

With the help of the youngsters, they decide to act out the story themselves using their clown characters as the basis for their improvisation of "Jack and the Beanstalk." Utilizing what they can find backstage, asking for help from the audience when they get stuck, and capitalizing on the unique talents of each of the clowns, they play out the story, discovering thereby the meaning of being a clown.

Visit Greensburg Civic Theatre Online!

Buy tickets online or call the box office at 724-836-8000.




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