TMPMG has been offered a discount for Quadracci Powerhouse Theater for 4 performances during the 2008 Season. These shows run from Jan-May 2008. A tentative day of the week would be need to be decided upon for these shows. The price would be $90 for all 4 shows, but I still need to confirm this amount.
Please review the following performances and let me know if you are interested in obtaining tickets to these upcoming events. You can respond to me or post a message on the boards. This topic is open for discussion so we can reach a consensus in a timely manner.
If possible, I would like all responses by 12:00PM on Sunday, November 11. If you need more time to decide please let me know. A response either way would be very much appreciated.
THE NORMAN CONQUESTS
By Alan Ayckbourn ? December 2, 2007 ? January 20, 2008
This hilarious three-play romp makes its highly-anticipated return to The Rep this holiday season in an all-new production! A quiet weekend in the country turns to havoc when Norman, a charming assistant librarian, schemes to take a holiday with his wife?s sister. The wild antics of Norman and his oddball in-laws will have you in hysterics, whether you view them from the dining room, the sitting room or the garden.
Season subscribers will see one of THE NORMAN CONQUESTS three plays as part of your 6-play season package. A subscriber exclusive offer with extraordinary savings will be available beginning in August.
GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS
By David Mamet ? January 30 ? March 2, 2008
?Get them to sign on the line that is dotted!? That?s what life is all about for the salesmen in David Mamet?s harrowing portrait of American capitalism at its most brazen. Before Survivor, and before The Apprentice, there was Ricky Roma and Shelly ?The Machine? Levine, struggling to win respect on the job and to earn their keep in a cutthroat world. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Contains adult language.
THE NIGHT IS A CHILD
By Charles Randolph-Wright ? March 12 ? April 13, 2008
Harriet, a mother who lost her son in a horrific act of violence, runs away from home to find respite and courage in her ?dreamland,? Brazil. Mixed with fantasy and realism, and fueled by the lilting sounds of Brazilian Sergio Mendez, this glorious new drama takes us on a journey of discovery, forgiveness and understanding in the land of the samba.
Based on the novel by Wilkie Collins ? Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
April 23 ? May 25, 2008
A world premiere adaptation of Wilkie Collins? sensational Victorian novel. A deathbed bequest leads to the most gripping of intrigues in this tale of deception, inherited curses, romantic rivalries and murder. In the center of it all is the mysterious and beautiful Lydia Gwilt, one of the most hardened, and most fascinating, female villains in literature.