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Tix to Murder Ballad & The Boat Factory

denise
user 7950922
New York, NY
Hello,

Just got in a couple more shows for this week.  Tickets now available for the exciting new “steamy, energizing” rock opera MURDER BALLAD for Sat and Sun. And also for the the critically acclaimed play THE BOAT FACTORY this week/weekend.

If interested, let me know which show you are would like to attend, which performance, and how many tickets you will need.

Have a great day.

Best,
Denise

MURDER BALLAD
at the Union Square Theatre, 100 East 17th Street

Tickets are $30 each for the following:
-         SATURDAY 6/29 AT 5 PM
-         SATURDAY 6/29 AT 9 PM
-         SUNDAY 6/30 AT 3 PM
-         SUNDAY 6/30 AT 7 PM

John Ellison Conlee, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Caissie Levy, and Will Swenson turn up the heat in the off-Broadway transfer of Juliana Nash and Julia Jordan's sexy rock opera. Not to be missed.

A love triangle gone wrong, MURDER BALLAD centers on Sara, an Upper West Sider who seems to have it all, but whose downtown past lingers enticingly and dangerously in front of her. This sexy, explosive new musical explores the complications of love, the compromises we make, and the betrayals that can ultimately undo us.

At the center of Murder Ballad is the love triangle between Sara (Caissie Levy), a former Lower East Side party girl–turned Upper West Side mom; Michael (John Ellison Conlee), her straight-laced poetry-professor husband; and Tom (Will Swenson), Sara's bartender former-beau who unexpectedly reenters her life right when she finds herself in a familial rut. Guiding us through the proceedings is an all-seeing, all-knowing Narrator (Rebecca Naomi Jones), the devil in a bra and booty shorts.

THE BOAT FACTORY
at the 59E59 Theatre, 59 East 59th Street

Tickets are $30 each for the following:
-         WEDNESDAY 6/26 at 7:15
-         THURSDAY 6/27 at 7:15
-         FRIDAY 6/28 at 8:15
-         SATURDAY 6/29 at 8:15

Reviews:
- ‘PITCH PERFECT PERFORMANCES AND IMAGINATIVE STAGING!'The Stage, London
- 'BRILLIANT!’ Belfast Telegraph
- 'YOU WOULD BE MADE OF STONE IF YOU DID NOT RESPOND TO GORDON'S LOVE LETTER TO THE HARLAND AND WOLFF SHIPYARD!' The Times, London
- 'A MAGNIFICENT AND MAGNETIC DOUBLE ACT - THIS IS AN EXTRAORDINARILY ENTERTAINING PIECE OF THEATRE!' - Theatre in Wales

Belfast 1947. The sun shines down on a post-war world. A 16 year-old boy starts life as an apprentice at Harland & Wolff's Titanic Shipyard. 1700 ships built between here and the Clyde, 67 different trades, 300 acres of land and 35,000 men employed at its height. Regarded as the biggest and best there is, if you can dream it they can build it. This is history - this is his story - this is The Boat Factory.

Dan Gordon's play is an extraordinary evocation of a city in a century. The many voices of the script carry echoes of other places, other worlds, other epics, but return eventually to the home place and the amazing eloquence of ordinary people living lives of racy, bracing power and great delicacy of skill.

Actors Dan Gordon and Michael Condron conjure up a host of colourful characters from the glory days of Belfast's shipbuilding era to construct a poignant, funny, and moving picture of boat-building, male friendship, hardship, humour and heroism.
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