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• One ticket to each show of MET’s MainStage Season (6 shows)
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• One Fun Company ticket to any show the Family Theatre Series
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• 10% discount on all other tickets for MET produced shows (rentals excluded)
3-SHOW MINI PASS
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE: ABRIDGED
SEPTEMBER 8 – OCTOBER 1
BY ADAM LONG, DANIEL SINGER, JESS WINFIELD
DIRECTED BY TAD JANES
Three guys, one dead playwright and 37 plays in 97 minutes! An irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays that is as clever as it is bawdy and equally pleasing to the Shakespeare aficionado and the novice.
OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 12
ADAPTED FROM THE GEORGE ORWELL NOVEL BY MICHAEL GENE SULLIVAN
DIRECTED BY JULIE HERBER
Based on the iconic novel by George Orwell, Sullivan’s provocative adaption is not your father’s 1984. Winston Smith, a cog in the giant machine state of Oceania, is physically and mentally under the eye of Big Brother. He is caught struggling for scraps of love and freedom in a world awash with distrust and violence.
A CHRISTMAS STORY
DECEMBER 1 – 23
Play by Philip Grecian, based upon A christmas Story,
@1983 Turner Entertainment Co.,
distributed by Warner Bros.,
written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown and Bob Clark,
and In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash
by JEAN SHEPHERD
DIRECTED BY GENÉ FOUCHÉ
A funny and heartfelt Christmas show based on the classic 1983 movie –which itself was based on the stories by legendary radio humorist Jean Shepherd. Ralphie Parker wants only one thing for Christmas: an official Red Ryder Carbine-Actions 200-shot Range Model Air Rifle.
FEBRUARY 16 – MARCH 11
BY MARTIN MCDONAGH
DIRECTED BY PETER WRAY
Startling and intimidating with echoes of Stoppard, Kafka and the Brothers Grimm, The Pillowman centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders.
RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN
APRIL 6 – 29
BY GINA GIONFRIDDO
DIRECTED BY SUZANNE BEAL
An intensely smart, immensely funny play that asks the question “What makes us happy in life?” After graduate school, Catherine and Gwen chose polar opposite paths. Catherine built a career as a rock star academic, while Gwen built a home with her husband and children. Decades later each woman covets the other’s life, commencing a dangerous game of musical chairs.
A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE
MAY 25 – JUNE 17
BY ARTHUR MILLER
DIRECTED BY JERRY STROPNICKY
The limits of family bonds and personal honor are tested in Miller’s gripping tragedy, A View from the Bridge. The poverty of an American working class family comes face to face with the sheer destitution of their immigrant cousins, desperate to make a new life when an admirable longshoreman takes in two if his wife’s Italian cousins who have been smuggled into this country. One falls in love with his niece and a 1950s plot becomes more topical than ever!