Our best deal expires 8/1

Season tickets are on sale now at our best price, but it won’t last. Early bird savings expire Fri., Aug. 1. Get 30% off tickets and pay a one-time handling fee instead of a per-ticket service charge. Get them today!

We will not extend this offer past Aug. 1. Season tickets are not only a huge bargain for you, they provide truly meaningful support to us. Every season ticket puts us that much closer to achieving our goals such as offering our artists a living wage while bringing you the highest-quality shows possible. You may also still become a Jobsite Rock Star.

8 Performances left

Inventing Van Gogh is down to the final 8 performances, and we are thrilled for the great reviews and heartfelt feedback from you all. This is an exceptional production of a gorgeous, haunting mystery that will linger with you far after the lights go dark.

a thoughtful work of art … it is big and ambitious … quite beautiful … like a bit of an art history lesson for the casual consumer, and maybe a tasty helping of nerd kibble for big-time fans (or haters) of Van Gogh.” – Tampa Bay Times

“Anguished martyr or celebrator of the earth’s splendor — somehow Van Gogh was both … Now Jobsite Theater is helping us reconsider this paradox with its fine production … The show’s actors, directed beautifully by Karla Hartley, are outstanding … the play and the production have much to offer — not least, an informed, compassionate look at one of history’s greatest, and most tormented geniuses.” – Creative Loafing

“a beautifully written time-skipping love letter … outstanding performances … haunting …Jobsite has an incredible play on its hands; their last production of the season also happens to be one of their best. So do yourself a favor and don’t miss out” – Broadway World (P. Nason)

Inventing Van Gogh rings with a heart-wrenching emotionality … Armed with fiery cast performances and smart set structure, [it] will leave audiences questioning what they know about the notorious painter — and much more. That’s perhaps the most beautiful part about the production’s take on the play.” – The Sunlit Tome

“Fisher effectively serves as an anchor through Dietz’s theatrical, temporal fantasy … [Averill-Snell is] a riot in suspenders … [Foote] is a walking, talking portrait of the artist … [Thompson gives] a stunning debut on the Jobsite stage … {the set, lights and sound] transport you beyond the stage, into several of Van Gogh’s famous works … Though slightly labyrinthine, the intermingling stories ultimately create an intriguing evening of theater.” – Broadway World (D. Fantal)

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