Washington, D.C. - Amherst Playwright-In-Residence
Amherst Association of Washington, D.C.
invites you to spend a special afternoon with
Amherst Playwright-In-Residence Constance Congdon
for her new adaptation of
Take advantage of our terrific group discount as we watch the show and gather afterwards for a private reception and talk-back with Ms. Congdon!
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Performance begins at2 p.m.
Reception and talk-back with Ms. Congdon to follow
Shakespeare Theater Company, Lansburgh Theatre
450 7th Street
Washington, DC 20004
(Metro to Archives or Gallery Place)
Tickets are 50% off when you use our Amherst Code!
To purchase tickets, please call the theater box office at (202) 547-1122 (option 1) with promo code STDNTG or purchase your tickets online and enter promo code STDNTG to get the 50% discount. This discount is good for tickets normally priced at $90 ($45 for our group) or $70 ($35 for our group).
First come first serve. Tickets are limited!
Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Kushner has called Constance Congdon "one of the best playwrights this language has produced." Highlights of her 30-year career include her original play Tales of the Lost Formicans (produced more than 200 times worldwide, most recently in Cairo and Helsinki) and an adaptation of Maxim Gorky's A Mother with Olympia Dukakis in the lead role. Congdon has won grants and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the W. Alton Jones Foundation and the Guggenheim Foundation. She has taught playwriting at Amherst since 1993.
Questions? Please contact Willis Geffert '00 at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (240) 418-2437.
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