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From: denise
Sent on: Monday, January 23, 2012 3:02 PM
Hello Everyone, I have tickets for the Roundabout Theatre Co.'s production of LOOK BACK IN ANGER for the following performance at the Laura Pels Theatre, 111 West 46th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues:   Wednesday 1/25 at 7:30pm   The seats are in the Orchestra and Front Row Mezzanine (description of the show is below)   Tickets are $30 each (normally $81)

If you are interested in seeing the show, please send me an email with how many tickets you would like, and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Looking forward to hearing from you.




Sam Gold (Circle Mirror Transformation, Tigers Be Still) directs one of theater’s most pivotal works, John Osborne's classic drama about four friends and lovers struggling to find direction without losing one another—or themselves. Adam Driver (Man and Boy), Charlotte Parry (Roundabout's The Importance of Being Earnest), Sarah Goldberg  (Royal Court’s Clybourne Park) and Matthew Rhys (“Brothers & Sisters”) star in this scorching new production.


For Jimmy Porter, there is nothing more criminal than the lack of emotion and enthusiasm he sees evident in his generation, especially in his well-born wife, Alison, and their roommate Cliff, who have grown addicted to Jimmy’s passion and rage. But when Alison’s childhood friend Helena visits, she exposes the unsustainable madness of their relationships and living situation, forcing Alison to decide whether to leave the most exciting and dangerous man she’s ever known.


Still as shocking and relevant as when it first premiered in post-war London, Look Back in Anger is a sharply funny, fiercely honest exploration of political disillusionment and basic human yearning.

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