There are no more discounted tickets left. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, in the event more tickets become available to us, please send me an email at [masked]. Include your name, phone number and how many tickets you want if they do become available. You are welcome to join us by purchasing a ticket at the regular $15 price. Thanks for your interest!
Find out more about Brahman/I at this link!
The show starts at 7:30 on Saturday, February 23. All seats are general admission, so get there early. I am planning on arriving at 6:30 pm and will be in the lobby until they open the doors to let us in to the theatre. The theatre is actually referred to as a rehearsal room and is a smaller space than other theatres we have gone to at the LJ Playhouse.
Following the show, we will be meeting at the Rock Bottom Brewery & Restaurant in La Jolla. Just down the street from the Playhouse. They have a late night happy hour with discounted drink and food specials from 10:00 pm - midnight. Whether or not you go to the show, you are welcome to join us! Just please RSVP to me, so I can let the restaurant know to add to our group reservation. Thank you!
This will be another meetup to enjoy the creative process at the La Jolla Playhouse via their DNA New Work Series. We will be attending the Workshop Production of, "Brahman/I" on Saturday, February 23 at 7:30 pm. The Playhouse is generously discounting our tickets to just $5. This is down from the regular $15 ticket price. They are charging us what is normally the student price. Although they were going to try and work out a way that people could pay the night of, due to the additional complications that may arise from holding this many seats without pre-payment, tickets will be set up, as they have with a discount code. There will be a $2 facility fee. Because it is a weekend show, there will be no parking fee when parking in the adjoining UCSD campus parking lots.
Here is the description taken from the La Jolla Playhouse website of the DNA New Work Series show, "Brahman/I."
Sixth grade was hard enough before Brahman discovered he was intersex — or in the words of his traditional Indian aunt, a hijra. This hilarious stand-up comedy routine/play takes on history, mythology, gender roles and high school through the inimitable comic lens of Brahman/i, a boy/girl tethered by neither gender nor culture, and wildly curious and inventive in his/her examination of both.
This Workshop Production will be in the Play Development Center. It is a small theatre, so everyone is encouraged to arrive early.
DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
Directions and parking information are at this link.