Southern Rep Extends THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA Through 4/13
In response to overwhelming public demand and positive critical reception, Southern Rep is extending the run for its current production, Tennessee Williams' THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA at The Art Klub on 527 Elysian Fields Avenue, through April 13, 2014. Originally slated to close April 6, the extension will add an additional four performances to THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA's schedule. The show times for the new performances are Thursday - Saturday at 7:30 pm, and a Sunday Matinee at 2:00 pm.
Southern Rep will also be extending a variety of promotional offers around THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA for the new performances. Thursday, April 10 will be a Pay What You Can Night, with sharply discounted tickets available at the door on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition to its regular ticket discounts, Southern Rep will also offer "Back to the Costa Verde" discount (née "Repeat Offender Discount") for audience members who see THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA more than once. When they bring a friend who pays a full-price ticket, they receive 50% off their ticket to see the show again.
Starring Mike Harkins, Aimée Hayes, Troi Bechet, Bob Edes, Jr., Matt Standley, Tiffany Wolf, Josh Smith, Kyle Woods, Andrew Farrier, Rebecca Hollingsworth, Casey Hendershot, Rachel Whitman Groves, Jordan Kaplan and Tracey Collins.
David Raphel (Scenic Designer), Diane Baas (Lighting Designer), David Rigamer (Sound Designer), Mignon Charvet (Costume Designer).
Southern Rep Theatre is celebrating its 27th season as the regions premiere professional theatre, producing bold world and regional premieres under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director, Aimée Hayes. Southern Rep's Mainstage Season work includes the best of Broadway, off-Broadway and classic plays, and Lagniappe Series DEBAUCHERY!, 6x6, 3x3, and Pints and Plays reflect the company's ongoing commitment to new play development. Southern Rep's innovative "school to stage" arts education programs, YONOLA and AcademySRT, serve as a pipeline for New Orleans' students and youth interested in pursuing their creative ambitions, and The Ruby Prize, a new play award (named in honor of civil rights veteran Ruby Bridges that honors women of color playwrights) supports a more diverse theatre community. Southern Rep is working to keep theatre as accessible as possible by providing senior discounts, free student matinees, $10 student rush tickets, discounts for theatre professionals, a Blue Star Network discount for military families, and a "Pay What You Can Night" to keep its productions affordable for New Orleanians of every income level.