We want to reach into your life, not your pocket. Richard Henrich
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Spooky Action Theater presents – Rameau’s Nephew
Richard Henrich, Founding Artistic Director of Spooky Action, on why there will be no charge to see his latest production, Rameau’s Nephew:
“We ask our actors to put themselves out there and push the limits like aerialists working without a net. The result can be thrilling and dangerous. We do it because we want to connect with our audience. Spooky Action now matches the risk its actors take, trusting in the value of our work and the kindness of strangers. We want to reach into your life, not your pocket. If we succeed, we know audiences will want to keep us around.
Vote with your seat! See a show for free, make a donation if you like what you see.
adapted from Denis Diderot by Shelly Berc and Andrei Belgrader
“A vaudeville on the edge of the abyss.”
March 8 – April 2, 2006
The Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint
916 G St NW, Washington, DC 20001
Metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown.
Performances Wed, Thu & Sun at 7:30 PM, Sun matinees at 2 PM
Tickets are FREE
For reservations, call 202-248-0647 or e-mail: [email protected]
Reservations will be released to standbys at the box office 15 minutes before curtain.
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