Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Coupons and Deals
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater is committed to developing and producing some of the most innovative plays in the city -- and they have the Ross Wetzsteon Memorial OBIE Award to prove it. With this offer, be one of the first to see up to three of this progressive theater's upcoming shows: Pay $27 ($55 value) for one ticket to "Buyer & Cellar." Staring Michael Urie from television's Ugly Betty, this offbeat production tells the story of a struggling actor working in the basement of a megastar's Malibu mansion. Attend a performance between March 20 and May 4.Pay $27 ($55 value) for one ticket to "Charles Ives Take Me Home." In this unique take on family dynamics a music-loving father attempts to bond with his basketball-obsessed daughter. This play's well-composed mix of comedy and personality earned it a nomination for the Susan Blackburn Prize. Attend a performance between May 29 and June 29. Pay $37 ($76 value) for one ticket to "Basilica." Set at a Catholic church deep in the heart of Texas, this story concerns a man who is forced to confront his past by the arrival of a new pastor. Attend a performance between May 8 and June 16. Want more? Check out the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater on Facebook.
When a father’s love of music clashes with his daughter’s passion for basketball, modernist composer Charles Ives is the perfect referee. Charles Ives Take Me Home is a comedic and poignant story of dissonance, defense, and devotion.
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater is presenting "Basilica," a fiery drama set in South Texas. Enjoy this performance with the help of today's deal. $45 ($76 value) for one ticket to "Basilica" in reserved seating Multiple dates between May 10 and 19 -- click "See Options & Buy" to view all dates and times Written by Mando Alvarado, directed by Jerry Ruiz, and starring Jake Cannavale
The Amoralists -- the daring theater company that has brought the likes of "The Pied Pipers of the Lower East Side", "Happy in the Poorhouse" and "The Bad and the Better" to the stage -- returns with "Collision". Written by Lyle Kessler ("Orphans", "Possession"), "Collision" finds that chance encounters prove calculated when three students, a professor and a stranger come together in this incendiary new drama. Set in a college dormitory somewhere in the heart of America, this band of incongruous intellectuals with hidden scars embarks on a dangerous course to create order out of chaos. Their united moral compass guides them to the edge of the cliff -- and beyond.
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