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Tix to World Premiere Play WE LIVE HERE

From: denise
Sent on: Friday, October 14, 2011 4:48 PM
Hello Everyone, I have a hand full of tickets available for the Manhattan Theatre Club’s World Premiere play WE LIVE HERE for this Sunday (10/16) night at 7pm.  It’s playing at the NY City Center Theatre, located at 131 West 55th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues)   If you would like tickets, please email as soon as possible with how many you would like.
Tickets go for $80, but I have them for $30.  There seats are very good seats in the Orchestra!
  Below is info on the play.
  Looking forward to hearing from you, Denise
  Starring: Amy Irving, Mark Blum, Jessica Collins, Betty Gilpin, Oscar Isaac and Jeremy Shamos. World Premiere written by Zoe Kazan (one of NY’s acclaimed young actors who’s stage credits include Angels in America, and A Beheading in Spokane) in her playwriting debut. Directed by Sam Gold (Circle Mirror Transformation).   Synopsis:

Allie Bateman's wedding is Sunday. When Dinah, her precocious younger sister, returns to their parents' home for the festivities, she brings more than anyone expected: a new boyfriend, whose hidden history resurrects passions and painful memories for the whole family. Over one emotionally charged weekend, The Batemans must acknowledge and accept loss to gain hope for regeneration Zoe Kazan, one of New York's most acclaimed young actors, returns to MTC for her New York playwriting debut with this world-premiere, MTC-commissioned play--an incisive and beautifully rendered portrait of a contemporary family coming together through grief and celebration.

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