• PTP/NYC's 2014 Season: Gertrude - The Cry and Pentecost

    LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE TO: GERTRUDE - THE CRY AND PENTECOST Atlantic Stage 2 - 330 West 16th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues) LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE GERTRUDE Friday, July 18 at 7:30 Saturday, July 18 at 2:00 Sunday, July 20 at 7:30 Tuesday, July 22 at 7:30 Wednesday July 23 at 7:30 Wednesday, July 30 at 2:00 PENTECOST Sunday, July 20 at 2:00 Friday, July 25 at 7:30 Saturday, July 26 at 2:00 Saturday, July 26 at 7:30 Wednesday, August 6 at 2:00 *Please email [masked] AS SOON AS POSSIBLE with the below information: 1.) Name of show you would like to attend 2.)Your first and last name 3.) Chosen performance date/time 4.) Number of tickets (1 or 2) FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www.PTPNYC.org *This is a very limited offer. Seats will be filled on a first come, first-served basis. Only those who receive tickets will receive a response & confirmation via email. No additional questions will be answered.

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  • Peter and the Starcatcher

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    $35.00

    We are hosting a meetup for the Five-time Tony Award® winning play, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER. The show is 7:00pm at New World Stages (340 West 50th St). Afterwards, we’ll have a meet & greet with the cast*, and we’ll be giving away a signed windowcard poster! Tickets are $35 after applying the code we will give you after you RSVP. You will not be paying through the Meetup. They can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at New World Stages. Processing fees will be charged for orders placed online and over the phone. PETER AND THE STARCATCHER is the most hilarious-filled evening of madcap fun! A dozen brilliant actors play more than 100 unforgettable characters using their enormous talent, ingenious stagecraft and the limitless possibilities of imagination. This swashbuckling grownup prequel to Peter Pan will have you hooked from the moment you let your imagination take flight. See more at: http://peterandthestarcatcher.com/ Please RSVP if you will be attending! This lets us know how many will be attending. We’ll be sitting together in the best available seating. Let us know if you have any questions: [masked] *Subject to cast availability

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  • Still Jewish Meetup

    "Stage 72" (formerly the Triad)

    We are hosting a meetup of AVI HOFFMAN'S STILL JEWISH AFTER ALL THESE YEARS. The show begins at 2pm and is about 90 minutes. The show is free to those who RSVP from the group and members will be allowed to bring one guest. We will be meeting at Le Pain Quotidien (50 West 72nd, between Columbus & Central Park West) for a pre-show meetup starting at 1pm. There will be a meet & greet with Avi after the show. In Still Jewish… Avi Hoffman invites you along on an intimate and hilarious tour through his exhilarating career, sharing engaging songs and stories of an extraordinary life in show business. His humorous and moving encounters with theater luminaries will have you laughing through your tears. Avi has entertained millions of people with his humor, his pathos and his passionate singing voice. His extensive resume includes his groundbreaking productions of Songs of Paradise with the famous Broadway Impresario Joe Papp, and the NY productions of The Golden Land and The Rise of David Levinsky. Avi is currently appearing on the Starz television series Magic City as lawyer Sid Raskin and has been featured on NBC’s Law & Order and A&E's The Glades. From NY to Los Angeles, from the stage to the big screen, Avi has received numerous awards and great acclaim with critics and audiences alike. More on the show can be found at: http://stilljewishtheshow.com/ Since there are a limited number of seats, please make sure that you can make it before you RSVP. Anyone who RSVPs and does not show up without prior notification will not be eligible to attend the next three Meetups.

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  • I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan Meetup

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    We are hosting a meetup of I FORGIVE YOU, RONALD REAGAN. The show begins at 3pm and is 100 minutes; it may or may not have an intermission. The show is free to those who RSVP from the group and members will be allowed to bring one guest. There will be a small reception afterwards in the lounge at Theatre Row for you to discuss the show with your fellow meetup attendees. I FORGIVE YOU, RONALD REAGAN is written by John S. Anastasi & directed by Charles Abbott. It features PJ Benjamin, Danielle Faitelson, Robert Emmet Lunney, and Home Improvement's Patricia Richardson. When it comes to air traffic, Ray Deluso has everything under control. But on the ground, his life is a struggle after a rebellious political decision in the early eighties. Twenty years later, pride, anger, and obsession threaten the only things that matter to him: his wife and daughter. Can Ray find forgiveness and gain control even if it means letting go? More on the play can be found at: http://forgivereaganplay.com/ RSVPs won't begin until Sunday the 7th. Since there are a limited number of seats, please make sure that you can make it before you RSVP. Anyone who RSVPs and does not show up without prior notification will not be eligible to attend the next three Meetups.

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  • Serious Money Meetup

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    We are hosting a meetup of PTP/NYC's SERIOUS MONEY. The show begins at 7:30pm and is 2 hours and 10 minutes with an intermission. The show is free to those who RSVP from the group and members will be allowed to bring one guest. Because of the early start time, when you RSVP, please comment whether you want to have a pre-show or post-show Meetup with the rest of the group. We may have a brief meet & greet with the cast & creatives after the show. In a scathing satire set in the trading pits and boardrooms of London's financial district, acclaimed English playwright Caryl Churchill tackles the insider trading, corporate raiding, and leveraged buyouts of the late '80s. Churchill's acidly funny, cocaine-fueled ride examines the abuses of power, greed, and sexual politics that continue to resonate with the current global financial crisis. Fiercely witty and shockingly prophetic, SERIOUS MONEY also features music and lyrics by Ian Dury, Micky Gallagher and Chas Jankel. More on the play can be found at: PTPNYC.org (http://ptpnyc.org/) As part of the PTP/NYC season, SERIOUS MONEY is playing in repertory with THE CASTLE, which we will also be having a Meetup for. To allow everyone to see a show, you may only RSVP for one PTP/NYC show. Since there are a limited number of seats, please make sure that you can make it before you RSVP. Anyone who RSVPs and does not show up without prior notification will not be eligible to attend the next three Meetups.

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  • The Castle Meetup

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    We are hosting a meetup of PTP/NYC's THE CASTLE. The show begins at 7:30pm and is 2 hours and 20 minutes with an intermission. The show is free to those who RSVP from the group and members will be allowed to bring one guest. Howard Barker's THE CASTLE is an epic work, blasting apart - with humor and violence - the boundaries of desire, pain, and sexuality. After an absence of 7 years, a group of Crusaders returns 'home' to find authority, religion, and human relations all upended and a new society established by the women who have been left behind. The battle lines are drawn immediately. THE CASTLE is directed by Richard Romagnoli and stars 5-time Tony nominee Jan Maxwell. More on the play can be found at: PTPNYC.org (http://ptpnyc.org/) As part of the PTP/NYC season, THE CASTLE is playing in repertory with SERIOUS MONEY, which we will also be having a meetup for. To allow everyone to see a show, you may only RSVP for one show. Since there are a limited number of seats, please make sure that you can make it before you RSVP. Anyone who RSVPs and does not show up without prior notification will not be eligible to attend the next three Meetups.

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  • The Silver Cord Meetup

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    If you're free this Sunday, we are hosting a meetup to see the first Off-Broadway revival of The Silver Cord, presented by the Peccadillo Theater Company. The show begins at 3pm & is two and a half hours, with one intermission. The show is free to those who RSVP from the group and members will be allowed to bring one guest. We'll have a meetup after the show to discuss the show & to meet your fellow Meetup members. Alternately hilarious and heart-stopping, Sidney Howard's The Silver Cord (1926) tells the story of the sweetly tyrannical, Mrs. Phelps – the "mother of all mothers" and one of the great villains in all of American drama. Pathologically devoted to her two adult sons, Mrs. Phelps is driven to new heights of manipulation and intrigue when her eldest son returns home with his new bride – a modern woman with her own career and, more importantly, her own ideas about marriage and family. Add the budding romance between the younger son and his unconventional "flapper" girlfriend and you've got the makings of an explosive Freudian melodrama. More on the play can be found here: http://www.thepeccadillo.com/now_on_stage.htm Since there are limited number of seats, please make sure that you can make it before you RSVP. Anyone who RSVPs and does not show up without prior notification will not be eligible to attend the next three Meetups.

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  • A Picture of Autumn Meetup

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    We are hosting a meetup of the Mint Theater's production of A Picture of Autumn. The show begins at 7pm and is 2 hours & 20 minutes, with at least one intermission. The show is free to those who RSVP from the group and members will be allowed to bring one guest. We'll have a meetup beforehand at a restaurant to be announced as well as a meet & greet with some cast members afterwards. A PICTURE OF AUTUMN, by N.C. Hunter, is a sensitive, intelligent and comic depiction of one family's attempt to grow old gracefully. AUTUMN tells the story of Charles and Margaret Denham, living in disarray in the decaying ancestral home with ancient Uncle Harry and senile Nanny. Their son Robert returns to England after several years abroad and finds that both the house and its occupants have faded from past glory. When an opportunity to sell the burdensome property arises, Robert leaps at the chance to help his parents downsize. More on the play can be found at the website: http://minttheater.org/currentproduction.php (http://minttheater.org/currentproduction.php?tab=tab-1) RSVPs won't begin until Friday. Since there are limited number of seats, please make sure that you can make it before you RSVP. Please note that we are allotted the last row of a 99 seat theater. So, although we'll be in the back, because it is a small theater, you should not have any visual/hearing problems.

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  • See an experimental show "La Marie-Vison" by Terayama Shuji!

    One of Japan's most prolific playwrights will be coming to life once again in a production of "La Marie-Vison"! You can be sure that this is going to be a crazy and wild ride. It has been over 40 years since this play has been seen in the U.S. since its last showing by La MaMa Experimental Theatre in 1970, and it should be utterly unforgettable. This is restricted to those who are 18 years old and over since the show contains nudity and graphic sexual situations. There will be a live band playing from 7:00pm till 8:00pm too! Synopsis: "La Marie-Vison" tells the perversely fascinating tale of Marie, a transvestite prostitute who lives in elegant squalor with her dedicated servant. Every day, for eighteen years, Marie releases an exotic butterfly into the open fields of the living room. Every day for eighteen years the beautiful boy, imprisoned in her den, catches and kills it. The beautiful boy is tempted with visions of the outside world, free from the wiles of wicked Marie, but maybe the boy wasn't made for the outside world. Maybe none of us were. Website: http://www.kipukatheater.com/ Ticketing: Be sure to use the discount code "meetup" when you purchase your tickets to get them for $10.00!