Welcome to Ari’s rickety Minneapolis home, inherited from a possibly gay Aunt. The garage has been remade into Lila’s tattoo studio, and the garden might soon house goats. Upstairs, Fable is casting spells in search of elders, while Sherman sits on the roof considering a new name. Across the country, Daphne’s memories have grown a mind of their own and are currently shambling their way down the interstate in a makeshift physical form. In this house, identity is mutable, the boundaries between our own world and the next are thin, and acceptance can come from the least expected of places – found community, chosen family, ghosts, and even demons.


General Admission (begins at $30 per ticket): Open seating for HOUSE OF TELESCOPES – there’s no bad seats in the house, but we recommend arriving early to grab seats together.

Reserved Seating (begins at $50 per ticket): Guarantees you’ll have some of the best seats in the house no matter when you arrive – we’ll literally put your name on it!

Pay-What-You-Will (limited amount): To increase access to Pipeline’s shows, we have a limited amount of tickets for each performance at a Pay-What-You-Will price level.

True-Value Reserved Seating ($92.18): These tickets reflect the true cost of tickets to HOUSE OF TELESCOPES – if we priced every ticket at $92.18 and sold out the entire run, Pipeline would be able to cover the show expenses with ticket revenue. All True-Value tickets come with a reserved seat, and our gratitude for your support!


Pipeline welcomes all audience members to enjoy HOUSE OF TELESCOPES in the way that makes them most comfortable, and we encourage you to get in touch with us about your access needs. This could mean requesting a seat near an exit, using fidget or stimming toys, attending closed-captioned or touch-tour performances, or selecting ADA compliant seating – and so much more! When purchasing tickets, check the box next to “I have access needs I would like to communicate to Pipeline”, and a staff member will be in touch; or email [email protected] if you have questions before purchasing.

Please note that the theatre layout for HOUSE OF TELESCOPES means that only one seating bank has easy access to the doors to the lobby without crossing the stage – please let us know if you need to be seated in this section.

Pipeline Theatre Company’s programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

House of Telescopes is made possible by the generous support of the Howard Gilman Foundation, the Venturous Theatre Fund, and Tiger Baron Foundation.

This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.