Saint Vincent Summer Theatre

Due to the travel and gathering restrictions associated with COVID-19, Saint Vincent College has announced the cancellation of the 2020 season of Saint Vincent Summer Theatre.

Patrons who have already purchased tickets for any of the three productions may request a refund by calling 724-805-2177.

Saint Vincent Summer Theatre is a professional theatre, sponsored by Saint Vincent College, which employs members of the Actors’ Equity Association.

“The Saint Vincent Summer Theatre company is an all-star cast of some of New York’s and Pittsburgh’s greatest professional stage performers. Director Greggory Brandt has done excellent work making it a must-see for theatre fans.” –  


Greggory BrandtDear Patrons and Friends,

This is certainly a difficult and unfortunate decision as Saint Vincent Summer Theatre has been a staple for 51 years in the community and throughout the region. We were really excited about the great lineup we had this summer. However, the health and safety of our patrons, actors, production team and friends will always be our number-one priority. We are already looking forward to making next year's season even more memorable.

Many blessings,

Greggory Brandt
Producing Artistic Director
Saint Vincent Summer Theatre

  • Director’s Profile

    Greggory Brandt (Producing Artistic Director) is proud to continue the rich history and tradition of the Saint Vincent Summer Theatre. He has been a professional actor and director for over 25 years and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association along with the Stage Directors and Choreography Society.  Gregg was in the cast of the Broadway musical, A Tale of Two Cities, and was in both the Broadway and National Touring productions of Les Misérables (Enjolras/Swing). Gregg’s other National Tours include Camelot and Bells Are Ringing, both under the direction of Pittsburgh native Rob Marshall.  He has performed leading roles in many regional productions including, Into the Woods (Rapunzel’s Prince), Disney's Beauty and the Beast (Beast), The Secret Garden (Archibald), Carousel (Billy), A Little Night Music (Mr. Lindquist), A Musical Christmas Carol (Bob Cratchit), “Coach Bolton” in Pittsburgh Musical Theatre’s production of High School Musical, “Sir Sagramore” in Pittsburgh Public Theater’s production of Camelot, “Smudge” in Saint Vincent Summer Theater’s productions of Forever Plaid & Plaid Tidings, “Alex” in their production, I Love a Piano, and the role of “Martin” in A Grand Night for Singing.

    As a director, Gregg served as the Production Supervisor for Barnabus Theatre Productions new musical, Amazing Grace: The True Story (Broadway debut July 2015), where he directed the New York debut workshop and regional concert performances. Additional directing credits include, Disney’s High School Musical and High School Musical 2 at the Cresson Lake Playhouse, Damn Yankees, which earned him the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Meritorious Directing Award, Carousel, All Shook Up, Alfred Uhry’s Tony Award winning play, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, A Tribute to the Beatles, A Jazzy Christmas, A Sondheim Celebration and numerous other musical revues.  Gregg has directed recent productions at SVST including The Marvelous Wonderettes, Mitch Albom’s Tuesdays With Morrie, Into the Woods, Ken Ludwig’s Moon Over Buffalo, Route 66, Over the River and Through the Woods, Cole: An Entertainment Based on the Words and Music of Cole Porter and Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple.

    Gregg holds both a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre / Vocal Performance as well as a Master of Arts Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University. He has been a theatre, musical theater & voice professor at notable universities including NYU (Tisch), Rider University, and Carnegie Mellon University. He currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Saint Vincent College. Gregg was the baritone soloist at The Cathedral of Saint Patrick in New York City under the direction of Robert Long for several years.  An avid concert performer, Gregg has been featured with numerous symphony orchestras including The New Jersey Festival Orchestra, The New York Chamber Orchestra, The Pittsburgh Symphony, The Washington Symphony, The Butler Symphony and the Altoona Symphony Orchestra.


The marvelous wonderettesTHE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES
by Roger Bean

Doo-wop takes center stage in this musical set in 1958 at Springfield High School, where the Wonderettes, four girls with hopes and dreams, perform classic songs.  

May 21 - 31



The Sound of MusicTHE SOUND OF MUSIC
by Rogers and Hammerstein

The classic musical tells the story of the von Trapp family headed by widower, Captain von Trapp. Music helps tell the story of Maria, a postulant nun, and her search for the life she was meant to live.

June 25 to July 5



Million Dollar Quartet

Featuring the music of Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley

On Dec. 4, 1956, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley assembled at the Sun Record recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee. A jam session breaks out with each star opening with a verse from one of his most famous songs.

July 30 to Aug. 9



Saint Vincent Summer theatre patrons are asked to make ticket reservations in advance as seats are reserved at all shows except on Thursday evening preview performances, which are general admission. Our Box Office now accepts credit cards as a form of payment. All tickets are subject to a $1 processing surcharge.

The following are ways to make a reservation:

  • You may email  Please include your name, phone number, address, date and time of the show, number of tickets and any seating preferences. We will contact you to confirm your email reservation.
  • The Box Office is now OPEN! Call 724-537-8900, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
  • You may now make your reservations online. A link to Buy Tickets is listed under each show, under the Shows tab. Online reservations require a credit card payment at the time of the reservation, and are non-refundable. You can print your tickets from the luxury of your home!

Ticket Prices

Prices listed include the box office surcharge fee.

Individual Tickets

  • ColePreview Performances - $15
    (All seats are general admission, no reservations accepted)
    Thursdays, May 21, June 25 and July 30
  • Tuesday or Wednesday evenings - $27
  • Thursday, Friday or Saturday evenings - $30
  • Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Matinees - $25

Theatre Party Group Rates (20 to 34) Save $2 per ticket!

  • Tuesday or Wednesday Evenings - $25
  • Thursday, Friday or Saturday Evenings - $28
  • Matinees - $23

Theatre Party Group Rates (35 or more) Save $4 per ticket!

  • Tuesday or Wednesday Evenings - $23
  • Thursday, Friday or Saturday Evenings - $26
  • Matinees - $21

Senior Citizen Discount (62 or older) Save $2 per ticket
Senior citizens, 62 or older, may request a discount of $2 per ticket on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings ONLY. This discount may not be requested in conjunction with any other discount or coupon including preview performances, matinees, subscriptions and group discounts.

Student Discount/Performing Artist Discount
Full-time students with a valid student ID or an aspiring performing artist may purchase a ticket for any performance for only $20.


Summer Theatre Gala

Make plans now to attend the 30th annual Saint Vincent Summer Theatre Gala on Friday, June 28, in the Robert S. Carey Student Center. It will be a festive evening of gourmet food and professional theatre hosted by a select committee of theatre supporters. All proceeds benefit the Saint Vincent Summer Theatre. To receive an invitation or obtain further details, contact the Saint Vincent Archabbey Events Office, 724-805-2922



Experience Saint VincentWhen Archabbot Boniface Wimmer founded the monastery in 1846, he encouraged an appreciation of drama as a means of building self-confidence and character. That appreciation has become a tradition at Saint Vincent.

The popularity and wide range of dramatic activities over the years have been evident in Saint Vincent Preparatory School Dramatic productions, the annual Passion Play, operettas with Saint Xavier’s Academy, college plays such as A Man for All Seasons, audience pleasing student musicals beginning with West Side Story and student drama organizations.

In 1969 the curtain rose for the first time on a unique dramatic adventure; the Saint Vincent Summer Theatre, founded by a Benedictine monk, Father Tom Devereux, O.S.B. The theatre has endured for more than forty-five years and has offered scores of college students the unique opportunity to work with theatre professionals in all aspects of the theater. Thousands of lives have been enhanced by Saint Vincent Theatre’s positive impact on the artistic life of the college and surrounding community. 

Fr. Tom Devereux, O.S.B. “Father Tom (pictured left) was the courageous one who placed it all on the line and made it work…so that we who began with him could have what we took away from the place…large portions of who we are and what our purpose in life is. He did it. Tom did. He made us understand that we SERVED the people and he was our model when he parked cars and passed out beer and hot dogs. He made us aware of how special a gift we had all been given, and he demonstrated how to use it humbly. Nothing…nothing can ever duplicate what he did; but a spirit of community and hospitality at the theatre can certainly continue it. I pray that the special nature of the place can be retained… It was special; it remains special; and I pray that it will always be special.” — John Carosella, Co-Founder Saint Vincent Summer Theatre


Unique to Saint Vincent Summer Theatre, the Cabaret is an opportunity for patrons to enjoy a summer evening after taking in a performance.

Held directly after the show, Cabaret serves food and drinks to theatergoers and allows them to sit at tables inside and outside of the Carey Center, all while enjoying live music.

Cabaret has been a tradition almost as long as the Summer Theatre program has existed and continues to this day. Saint Vincent College students make up the personnel who help to cook, serve and entertain.