Tuesday, August 30, 2011

e-blast: Labor Day Weekend Special for Marie Antoinette! from Performance Network Theater | #mwn

Performance Network Theater | 120 East Huron | Ann Arbor | MI | 48104

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120 East Huron     Downtown Ann Arbor     MI, 48104     734-663-0681
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August 30, 2011
$10 off tickets for this weekend!  

Join us over Labor Day Weekend for Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette If you haven't yet had the pleasure of seeing Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh, now is the perfect (and the last!) opportunity to see this show that closes our 2010-2011 season.

All tickets for this weekend are available to our newsletter subscribers at $10 off!

When ordering online, simply enter the coupon code LDW (after selecting "add seats to cart").

The coupon can be used for any performance:
Thursday at 8pm
Friday at 8pm
Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 2pm

Or call us at 734-663-0681 and mention this email.


Thanks for all of the support that you've given us this season -- and we'll see you in September! 

Two Fireside Festival Readings remain! 


This Evening! 7pm
Call Me Cass, by Margaret Edwartowski
This play with music follows Mama Cass Elliot from her time as a teenage Broadway hopeful, through her untimely death at the peak of her career. The play explores Cass' struggle with being a big woman with a bigger voice in the image oriented music industry, as well as the complicated relationships between the members of The Mamas and Papas as they sat at the forefront of the hippie music movement.

Wednesday, 7pm
 Lines, by Jeffrey Steiger
**this performance replaces the previously scheduled Bronzeville Gold, which will be featured in the winter Fireside Festival. This second reading of Lines will incorporate feedback provided by the audience at Monday night's reading**
Claire, a new grievance investigator at the University of Alabama, is assigned a case that proves to be far more complicated than it appears. When a professor with a very unique expertise is accused of sexual harassment, tables are turned as the investigation becomes less about "he said/she said," and more about Claire.

Wednesday's reading will be followed by a panel discussion on the state of new works in Michigan and around the country! 


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