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Tix to Broadway's An Enemy of the People and Many More Shows!!

denise
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New York, NY
Hello Everyone,

 

This week I have Excellent seats to the Broadway play AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE for tonight at 7pm, new play MY NAME IS ASHER LEV, and tickets for THE OUTGOING TIDE for the rest of week, and IVANOV and TOVARICH






Let me know which show you are interested in, which performance, and how many tickets you need.

 

I hope everyone is well, and have a great day!

 

Best,

Denise









1) AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE on Broadway starring Boyd Gains and Richard Thomas

at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater 261 West 47th Street






Tickets are $35 each (seats are excellent!) and available for:

Wednesday, November 14th at 7pm






This fall on Broadway, the political is about to get very personal. In this fast-paced, two-hour thriller, Dr. Thomas Stockmann (Boyd Gaines) discovers a toxic secret that threatens the health of his entire community. The doctor expects to be hailed as a hero, but his brother, Mayor Peter Stockmann (Richard Thomas), believes the information will destroy the town, forcing the men into a passionate confrontation of political will and personal ethics.



Gaines and Thomas play the clashing brothers in this scintillating, and often surprisingly humorous, new version of Ibsen's AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE.







 

2) MY NAME IS ASHER LEV, at the Westside Theatre, 407 West 43rd Street




Friday at 8pm

Saturday at 2pm

Tickets are $30






A provocative, compelling tale of art, God, and destiny. Adapted for the stage by Aaron Posner, David Magidson is set to direct this much lauded piece which offers an intimate confrontation between faith and art.







 

3) New York premiere of THE OUTGOING TIDE,

At the 59E59 Theatre, 59 East 59th Street.






Featuring an all-star cast: Michael Learned (Emmy Winner, The Waltons, Scrubs, The Young and the Restless), Peter Strauss (Emmy Winner/Golden Globe nominee, Rich Man Poor Man, The Jericho Mile, Masada), and Ian Lithgow (son of John Lithgow, 3rd Rock From The Son, acclaimed Regional Theatre performer).






Tickets are $30




Performances available:

Thursday 11/15 at 7pm

Friday 11/16 at 8pm

Saturday 11/17 at 2pm

Saturday 11/17 at 8pm

Sunday 11/18 at 3pm

Sunday 11/18 at 7pm






This New York premiere is a transformative piece offers surprising humor as it thoughtfully explores the ebb and flow of a family dynamic. In a summer cottage on Chesapeake Bay, Gunner has hatched an unorthodox plan to secure his family's future but meets with resistance from his wife and grown son. This new drama by Barrymore Award winner Bruce Graham "hums with dark humor and profound emotion" - Chicago Sun Times.







 

4) TOVARICH

Now at Gerard Lynch Theater, 899 Tenth Avenue, between 58th and 59th Streets




Tickets are $30

Performance available:

- Friday, November 16th at 7:30pm






This is a new version of the comedy-drama Tovarich, performed in Russian with English translation. Based on French writer Jacques Deval's 1933 play, it's the warmly funny story of a pair of Russian aristocrats, who flee the revolution in their homeland only to end up as domestic servants in a chic Paris household, and the comedic situations which ensue, complete with a surprise ending this is sure to be a charming and irresistible tale. There will be a 15 minute intermission.



Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer starred in a film adaptation of the play in 1937, and Vivien Leigh won a 1963 Tony for the musical version, in what would be her final stage role. Director Efim Zvenyatsky leads the award-winning 35-member ensemble, based in Vladivostok.







 

5) IVANOV

Now at Gerard Lynch Theater, 899 Tenth Avenue, between 58th and 59th Streets




Tickets are $30

Performance available:

- Saturday, November 17th at 7pm






The Maxim Gorky Drama State Theater, returns to the United States following their successful debut last year. They'll be presenting a classic from their homeland, performed in Russian with English translation. Anton Chekhov was one of Russia's greatest playwrights, and his seldom-performed drama Ivanov is something no theater lover should miss. The story is about a financially-troubled married man who is attracted to another woman. Mixing romantic intrigue with tragedy and farce, Ivanov is a perfect example of Chekhov's genius. Beautifully staged. There will be a 15 minute intermission.
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