Rod McLachlans GOOD TELEVISION Set for John Astin Theatre
GOOD TELEVISION direct from its Off-Broadway premiere at the Atlantic Theatre, FIRST post- NYC production, playwright Rod McLachlan pulls back the curtain on television drama at its most extreme. Connie is an intervention counselor and producer on a reality television series, which profiles people suffering from addiction. Against her better judgment, her superiors convince her to take on a special, risky case in the hopes of making a riveting, explosive episode. When Connie and her colleagues travel to South Carolina to interview a young meth addict and his family, Connie's own demons resurface and the "explosive episode" threatens to blow up in her face. Very cutting-edge, very NOW and Very exciting!
Dates: Thursday-Saturday, March 6th-8th @ 8pm and Sunday, March 9th @ 2pm. This production contains adult themes and language.
Tickets: $5 students w/ID, $13 Senior Citizens (65+), JHU Faculty, Staff, Alumni & Retirees, $15 General Admission. JAT Box Office accepts cash or checks only, please no credit or debit cards.
Ticket Information & Reservations: JAT Box Office JHUT@jhu.edu, 410-516-5153 or 410-516- 0618 (M-F 10-5), www.jhu.edu/theatre-arts
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