YOU WILL NEED TO PURCHASE YOUR OWN TICKET TO THIS EVENT.
Shakespeare Theatre Company presents A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Directed by STC Associate Director Alan Paul, the Tony Award® winning musical features a beloved score by Stephen Sondheim and uproarious book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbert. Set in Ancient Rome, hear the story of the animated Pseudolus, a slave desperate to leave his vocation. In an attempt to win his freedom, he helps his master’s son Hero to woo his love Philia, the problem being that Philia is already promised to the intimidating Miles Gloriosus. By using reluctant neighbors as pawns, Pseudolus tries (with little finesse) to save the day and win his own happy ending. This bawdy and wild production is a gift from the gods for anyone’s holiday season.
Tickets are priced from $55 to $110 plus fees, and can be purchased online at Shakespeare Theatre’s website.
www.shakespearetheatre.org Click on "tickets".
If you would like to sit with the group we have already purchased seats AA13-15 for $58 each, including the fees.
Public transportation (strongly recommended): Sidney Harmon Hall is on F Street, about 1/2 block from the Gallery Place Metro on the red, green, and yellow lines. Exit at the 7th & F St. exit and walk down F Street to the theatre.
Driving directions and parking: Complete information can be found at www.shakespearetheatre.org Click on “visit us”.
There will be a social gathering and dinner following the performance.