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Our Town

Off Broadway Play - Drama — 

This is the 70th anniversary year of the Broadway premiere of Our Town. 1938). The play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1938 and is one of the best-known American plays of the 20th century. It charts the range of human experience in a tale of two families in small-town Grover's Corners, NH, "just across the Massachusetts line," between 1901-13. In this staging of Thornton Wilder's play the action takes place in, among and around the audience, creating an intimacy between actors and audience and a powerful encounter with the play's searching questions about family, community and mortality. Directed by David Cromer.

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Watch TDF's video interview with Keith Perry, a cast member of the current production who has appeared in more consecutive performances of Our Town than any other actor in history.

 

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Pricing information
$49.50 — $69.00
Prices subject to change.


Regular-priced ticket information
Smarttix
(212) 868-4444
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Student rush
A limited number of $20 student rush tickets will be available in person at the box office day of.

Listed At TKTS
Occasionally

Opening date
February 26, 2009

Closing date
September 12, 2010

Running Time
Approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes, including intermission.

Audience advisory
Orchestra $69.00
Orchestra Floor $69.00
Partial View $49.50
OUR TOWN is now selling a very limited amount VIP PREMIUM seats at $95.00 for each performance. Call SmartTix at 646 873 8215 to purchase your VIP PREMIUM seats.


Age guidance
16

Show Notes
Stage Manager: Aug.3-22 Michael McKean Aug. 24-Sept. 12 David Cromer
Barrow Street Theater
27 Barrow St (7th Ave South)
New York, NY 10014
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  September 12, 2010 —  September 25, 2010
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By subway
1 or 9 train to Christopher St, walk one block south
A, C, E, B, D, F, V trains to West 4th St, walk 2 blocks west.