Lyric Stage 4-Tix Flex Pass: See Up to 4 Acclaimed Plays
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All offers for Lyric Stage Company of Boston 4-Tix Flex Pass have expired.
The last date listed for Lyric Stage Company of Boston 4-Tix Flex Pass was November 30, 2011 - June 3, 2012.
Currently at Lyric Stage Company of Boston:
- Full Price:
- $41.00 - $61.00
- Our Price:
- $20.00 - $25.00
Playwright Victoria Stewart was inspired by two very different figures -- CNBC personality Suze Orman and Victorian novelist Henry James -- when writing her latest, most probing play, Rich Girl. For despite their differences, both Orman and James share an obsession with money and Rich Girl explores that peculiarly American fascination with startling sensitivity and imagination. When the sheltered Claudine meets the penniless Henry, the two fall helplessly in love. But for Claudine's mother, a tough-talking celebrity finance guru, this happiest of happy coincidences is a cause for suspicion and worry. Inspired by the classic play and film The Heiress, this clever new comedy examines women and their relationships with men, mothers and moolah -- if not in exactly that order. Courtney O'Connor directs the show at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston. Learn More
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Read our members’ "reviews ":http://www.goldstar.com/events/boston-ma/aint-misbehavinof Ain’t Misbehavin.
The 4-Tix Flex Pass allows you the flexibility to select any show in the season and the ability to divide up your four tickets to share or use individually.
The voucher can be used from November 30, 2011 through June 3, 2012.
Through Dec 17, 2011
_Ain’t Misbehavin’ _
Music by Thomas “Fats” Waller
Based on an idea by Murray Horwitz and Richard Maltby,Jr.
Directed and Choreographed by Josie Bray
Musical Direction by Catherine Stornetta
The extraordinary comic and musical soul of 1930s Harlem lives on in this rollicking, swinging evening of rowdy, raunchy, and humorous songs, including “Honeysuckle Rose,” “The Joint is Jumpin’,” “I Can’t Give You Anything but Love,” and many others that capture the various moods of the era and reflect Waller’s view of life as a journey meant for pleasure and play.
January 6 – February 4, 2012
_*By Tracy Letts
Directed by Spiro Veloudos
In a shabby Chicago neighborhood, a downtrodden donut shop owner hires a street-savy aspiring young writer with hustle and bright ideas. Full of laughs and compelling characters, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of _August: Osage County _mixes the challenge of embracing the past with the redemptive power of friendship in this satisfying comedy-drama.
February 17 – March 11, 2012
*_Time Stands Still
_*By Donald Margulies
Directed by Scott Edmiston
Widely hailed as one of the best new plays on Broadway, _Time Stands Still _is the story of Sarah and James, a photojournalist and foreign correspondent, who are reeling after their recent brush with death while on an assignment. Will their relationship of nearly a decade be more threatened by a traditional go at domesticity than the roadside bombs of Baghdad?
March 30 – April 28, 2012
_*By Jon Marans
Directed by Jeremy Johnson
This hit off-Broadway play tells the story of two men – the communist Harry Hay and the Viennese refugee and fashion designer Rudi Gernreich – as they fall in love while forming the first gay-rights organization in the pre-Stonewall United States. “Temperamental” was a necessary code word in the early 1950s – danger was always an underlying presence but with it, a heady, intoxicating secrecy also hung in the air. _Backstage _raved “The Temperamentals is an exceedingly fine play – smart, passionate, focused, and satisfying.”
May 11 – June 9, 2012
_*Music and Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Part flesh (humans), part felt (puppets), and packed with heart (universal), _Avenue Q _is a laugh-out-loud musical that tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. There, he meets the girl next door, a Republican, an internet sexpert, and Gary Coleman (need we say more?), along with other colorful types who help Princeton finally discover his purpose in life. Warning: contains adult language and puppet nudity. Not for the kiddies, but your teenagers will think you’re cool if you take them!
Winner of the Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book.