Friday, August 31, 2007

The Public Preview Pack

The Public Theater's Preview Pack is a great deal. It's simple: you get five tickets to use any way you'd like to for their season (but you have to attend during the first two weeks of performances, hence the name) . The hardest part is narrowing your choice between these great shows:

  • The Wooster Group: HAMLET
    After a not-open-for-review presentation at St. Ann's Warehouse, The Wooster Group's HAMLET is back for it's official premiere. I saw it in March and it's great!
  • Yellow Face
    Leigh Silverman directs David Henry Hwang's new play about the controversy and protests over the hiring of Jonathan Pryce in the original Broadway production of Miss Saigon. I wonder if he'll mention Face Value?
  • Conversations In Tusculum
    Richard Nelson directs his own play that chronicles those entangled in Julius Caesar’s world of manipulation and power. Brian Dennehy, David Strathairn and the wonderful Maria Tucci star!
  • Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?
    A new Carol Churchill play in New York. What more is there to say?
  • Kicking A Dead Horse
    A new play written and directed by Sam Shepard about the myth of the West, a Manhattan art dealer and a dead horse staring Stephen Rea.
  • The Little Flower of East Orange
    Playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis and director Philip Seymour Hoffman bring us their latest collaboration, an inter-generational ghost story set in an upper Manhattan charity hospital.
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