BUY TICKETS BY CLICKING HERE, LAST ROW for $20!!! (http://www.huntingtontheatre.org/season/reserve.aspx?id=5612&src=t)
the whim of the nerd herd worked against me this time... since I wasn't able to get a group of 10 people to sign up this means I wasn't able to get the 20% discounted ticket directly from the huntington theater. We can get last row tickets for $20 at the Huntington website... and/or get to Bostix booth in Fanuel Hall on Sunday morning before 9:30am to get half price day of the show tickets. I refunded the people that paid me already.
a Tufts astronomy professor speaking following the performance on Sun., 3/15
Two Men of Florence (http://www.huntingtontheatre.org/season/production.aspx?id=5482&src=t)
Two men: Friends. Intellectual powerhouses. Giants in their respective fields. Galileo Galilei and Pope Urban VIII face off in a battle for the soul of the world.
A fiercely intelligent, epic drama from celebrated historian and former JFK speechwriter Richard N. Goodwin, directed by Edward Hall, associate director of London’s National Theatre and one of England’s most gifted directors.
"A triumph! A splendid celebration of theatre." – BBC
Approximate run time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission