Banking on Something Left in 2009

We do on stage things that are supposed to happen off. Which is a kind of integrity, if you look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else.

Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1967)

Bank of America presents the “The Bridge Project,” ‘three-year, transatlantic partnership uniting The Old Vic with Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Neal Street Productions. Academy Award-winner (American Beauty) Sam Mendes, returns to the London stage to direct a formidable group of actors in an ocean-spanning double-bill of revered classics.’

Eternity’s a terrible thought. I mean, where’s it all going to end?
Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1967)

Of note Tom Stoppard has re-versioned Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard,” ‘the daring, droll meditation on bourgeois materialism and what remains in its wake.’ Its all yours with a few conditions*, a gift from Bank of America,
Use promotion code 10206 for discounted tickets ($22.50, $45, $67.50) to The Cherry Orchard.

*Conditions: Discount offer valid Jan 2, 3, 6—9, 13 at 7:30pm; Jan 4 & 11 at 3pm for The Cherry Orchard. Discount price is $22.50, $45, $67.50 (regular price is $30, $60, $90). Use promotion code 10206 when ordering online, at the box office, or through BAM Ticket Services at 718.636.4100. Maximum of 4 discounted tickets per household. May not be combined with other offers and not valid for prior purchases. Offer expires 12/30/2008.

See also Cherry Orchard at the BAM discounts

“Simon Russell Beale, Sinéad Cusack, and Rebecca Hall (UK); and Richard Easton, Josh Hamilton, and Ethan Hawke (US) take the stage in Chekhov’s daring, droll meditation on bourgeois materialism, followed by Shakespeare’s magical testament to the follies of hasty judgment and the force of love as a means of redemption. “–BAM the Bridge Project

The truth is always a compound of two half- truths, and you never reach it, because there is always something more to say.
Tom Stoppard

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Banking on Something Left in 2009

We do on stage things that are supposed to happen off. Which is a kind of integrity, if you look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else.

Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1967)

Bank of America presents the “The Bridge Project,” ‘three-year, transatlantic partnership uniting The Old Vic with Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Neal Street Productions. Academy Award-winner (American Beauty) Sam Mendes, returns to the London stage to direct a formidable group of actors in an ocean-spanning double-bill of revered classics.’

Eternity’s a terrible thought. I mean, where’s it all going to end?
Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1967)

Of note Tom Stoppard has re-versioned Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard,” ‘the daring, droll meditation on bourgeois materialism and what remains in its wake.’ Its all yours with a few conditions*, a gift from Bank of America,
Use promotion code 10206 for discounted tickets ($22.50, $45, $67.50) to The Cherry Orchard.

*Conditions: Discount offer valid Jan 2, 3, 6—9, 13 at 7:30pm; Jan 4 & 11 at 3pm for The Cherry Orchard. Discount price is $22.50, $45, $67.50 (regular price is $30, $60, $90). Use promotion code 10206 when ordering online, at the box office, or through BAM Ticket Services at 718.636.4100. Maximum of 4 discounted tickets per household. May not be combined with other offers and not valid for prior purchases. Offer expires 12/30/2008.

See also Cherry Orchard at the BAM discounts

“Simon Russell Beale, Sinéad Cusack, and Rebecca Hall (UK); and Richard Easton, Josh Hamilton, and Ethan Hawke (US) take the stage in Chekhov’s daring, droll meditation on bourgeois materialism, followed by Shakespeare’s magical testament to the follies of hasty judgment and the force of love as a means of redemption. “–BAM the Bridge Project

The truth is always a compound of two half- truths, and you never reach it, because there is always something more to say.
Tom Stoppard

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