Fall 2015 Directing Projects
The Department of Theatre Arts presents the Fall 2015 Directing Projects at Marymount Manhattan College.
The projects are:
Bill A - 'dentity Crisis by Christopher Durang (directed by Heather Frew), The Cherry Orchard by Richard Nelson (directed by Grace Cote), WASP by Steve Martin (directed by Alexalynn Sepede)
Bill B - The Whole Shebang by Rich Orloff (directed by Kelli Kardell), Nine-Ten by Warren Leight (directed by Montana Crissman), The Potato Creek Chair of Death by Robert Kerr (directed by Andreza Ortiz)
You are required to get a separate ticket to each Bill.
Bill A performs Friday 11 December at 7pm, and Saturday 12 December at 2pm and 7pm.
Bill B performs Friday 11 December at 9pm, and Saturday 12 December at 4pm and 9pm.
TICKETS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE. Reservation of tickets does not guarantee admittance.
Marymount Manhattan Theatre will hold each ticket holder one seat until 30 minutes prior to curtain for each performance. All tickets not checked in by 30 minutes before curtain of each performance can, at the discretion of the box office, be given to standby waiting list patrons. Please check in early! If this event sells out, there will be a waiting list at each performance that will begin when the box office opens ONE HOUR PRIOR to curtain. There is a strict limit of 2 tickets per order!
Marymount Manhattan College (MMC), founded in 1936, is an urban, independent, liberal arts, four-year college. Located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the College provides an intimate academic and artistic environment in which intellectual achievement and personal growth are fostered within its student body. MMC enrolls more than 2,000 undergraduate students, from 42 states and 60 countries, and offers a student/faculty ratio of 12-1.
For more information about Marymount Manhattan College, visit www.mmm.edu.
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