Monday, September 13, 2010

RELEASE: The Flea Theater's "Pay What You Can" Tuesdays

Joining the ranks of the neighboring Soho Rep.'s $.99 Sunday performances, the Flea, one of my favorite theaters for seeing up-and-coming actors (resident company, the Bats) and ballsy new plays (Rapp, Bradshaw) is now adding a "pay-what-you-can" Tuesday. This is just in time to catch the latest A. R. Gurney play, if you like that sort of thing--which, for a user-defined price, you almost certainly will. Information about the show is here, but if you want these special Tuesday tickets, you'll have to get them day of show, at the box office--assuming it's not all sold out by then.

[PS. Also intriguing about this production of Office Hours? There are two full rotating casts, so if you really like it, you can double-dip and see different actors do the same show. It's also a great opportunity for the Bats to get more boots-on-stage experience.]

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