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Harvard Night at the MRT 2018

Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley, Inc.

Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

Harvard Night at the MRT 2018

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
HCMV/HCNS Member Play and Reception
Members and their Guests: Reception followed by Play
Ended $60.00 $2.19
Members and their Guests: No Reception, Play only
Ended $45.00 $1.89
HCMV/HCNS Member Reception Only
Members and their Guests: Reception only
Ended $15.00 $1.29
Nonmember Play and Reception Ended $70.00 $2.39
Nonmember Play Only Ended $50.00 $1.99
Nonmember Reception Only Ended $20.00 $1.39
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Event Details

Harvard Night at the MRT

Thursday, September 27th

Reception: Wine and Hors d'oeuvres at 6:00 PM

132 Warren Street, Lowell, MA 01852

Performance: Native Gardens at 7:30 PM

50 E Merrimack St, Lowell, MA 01852

Join us for the upcoming play, "Native Gardens" with the Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley! We'll begin with a cocktail reception at the Rehearsal Hall where the MRT Artistic Director, Sean Daniels, will talk about the play's background and development. We will then take a short walk to the MRT theater to see the performance.

Please note that the tickets are non-refundable. Reception attendees will receive their tickets at the Rehearsal Hall. "Play Only" attendees may collect their tickets at the theater's "Will Call" desk.

For any questions, please contact Carol Reid or visit the MRT website.

 About the Play: Good fences make good neighbors…right?

New Neighbors. A millennial, Latinx couple moves in next door to a white, baby boomer couple in Karen Zacarías’ topical new comedy. After some good-natured ribbing over gardening styles––traditional designs versus the eco-friendlier native plants––the couples find themselves at odds over an unexpected property line dispute. A dispute that explodes into a host of verbal jabs and blows over race, culture, privilege, and the meaning of neighborly behavior.

Julia Brothers (Silent Sky) and Joel Colodner (A Christmas Carol) return to the MRT stage for this play DC Theatre Scene calls a “true breath of comic fresh air….a biting, perceptive, and ultimately hopeful send-up to our fraught relationships with those around us.”

Directions and Parking:

Parking is available at the Lower Locks parking garage at 90 Warren Street, which is nearly equidistant to the Rehearsal Hall and the Theater.  It's $5 with a ticket validated at the theater concession stand.  On-street parking is also available in the vicinity of the theater.

 MRT Map

Reception at 132 Warren St:  Please refer to photo below for entrance to the Rehearsal Hall

Rehearsal Hall Door Reference

Have questions about Harvard Night at the MRT 2018? Contact Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley, Inc.
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When & Where

Merrimack Repertory Theatre
50 East Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA 01852

Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

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Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley, Inc.

The Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley (a merger of the former Harvard Clubs of Andover and Lowell) serves areas in and around the Merrimack Valley.  Membership is open to the Harvard Community, including students, alumni/ae, faculty and employees of all Harvard-affiliated schools and their families.

The Harvard Club of Merrimack Valley (HCMV) exists...

  • to promote and carry out educational programs for and by graduates of Harvard University, Harvard College, Radcliffe College, and the University’s various schools;

  • to raise funds for Harvard scholarships, educational, and charitable purposes;

  • to recruit and interview candidates for Harvard College on behalf of the Harvard Admissions Office;

  • to organize and promote educational and cultural events;

  • to extend understanding of the aims and achievements of Harvard University;

  • to promote the interest of all Harvard University students and alumni/alumnae in various academic, educational and cultural activities; and,

  • to represent the interests and achievements of Harvard University and its graduates and students in the Andover/Greater Lowell area.


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