this is exciting — coming soon

Theatre for a New Audience Presents 

 

The New York Premiere of

 

Edward Bond’s


CHAIR

directed by Robert Woodruff

featuring Stephanie Roth Haberle

 

Previews Friday, December 5; Opens Wednesday,  December 11, at The Duke on 42nd Street 

 

NEW YORK – Remember Theatre for a New Audience’s production of Edward Bond’s Saved directed by Robert Woodruff?  

        Acclaimed British playwright Edward Bond, will reunite with acclaimed American director Robert Woodruff for Theatre for a New Audience’s New York premiere production of Mr. Bond’s Chair featuring Stephanie Roth Haberlebeginning previews Friday, December 5, at 8:00pm for an opening Wednesday, December 11, at 8:00pm for a run through December 28 at The Duke on 42nd Street , a New 42nd Street® project, 229 West 42nd Street.

        This is the third pairing of playwright and director who also worked together on Mr. Bond’s Olly’s Prison at American Repertory Theater in 2005.

Single tickets are $75.00 are may be purchased via phone at 646-223-3010 or via web at www.dukeon42.org.

 

 

I just wish the damn ticket prices for these kind of fantastic events weren’t so expensive!

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~ by mrchevyceleb on October 30, 2008.

One Response to “this is exciting — coming soon”

  1. It’s not that expense: For ages 25 and under, $10.00 tickets are available through the Theatre’s New Deal ticket program. New Deal tickets may be purchased for all performances, including day-of or future performances, one ticket per valid I.D., anytime during box office hours or at The Duke on 42nd StreetSM, 229 West 42nd Street.

    I’m Bruce Cohen, Theatre for a New Audience press rep.

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