Theatre for a New Audience Cancels Tomorrow Evening's Performance of THE KILLER
Theatre for a New Audience has canceled the Wednesday, June 11, evening performance of The Killer due to a scheduling conflict with production of a television show. The theatre deeply regrets the inconvenience to patrons and supporters.
Ticket holders for the Wednesday, June 11, performance may contact the box office at 212-229-2819, extension 10, or email@example.com, to reschedule their tickets or receive a refund. The box office is open Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00pm to 6:00pm.
The Killer features Academy Award nominee Michael Shannon (Revolutionary Road) and is directed by Tony Award winner Darko Tresnjak (A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder). Written by Eugène Ionesco and newly translated by Michael Feingold, The Killer also features Kristine Nielsen, Paul Sparks and Robert Stanton in a company of 20 actors.
Last produced Off-Broadway in 1960, The Killer is the final production of Theatre for a New Audience's inaugural season at Polonsky Shakespeare Center, 262 Ashland Place, in Brooklyn. The Killer runs through Sunday, June 29.
Scenery and costumes are by Suttirat Larlarb, lighting by Matthew Richards, and sound by Jane Shaw. Andrew Wade is the vocal director, Jonathan Kalb is the dramaturg, and Cole Bonenberger is the production stage manager.
Single tickets, on sale now, are $60-$85 and can be purchased online at www.tfana.org, by phone at 866-811-4111, or in person at the Theatre for a New Audience Box Office (262 Ashland Place, Brooklyn.) Box office hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00pm to 6:00pm. A limited number of premium seats are available for $100.
New Deal tickets for ages 30 and under or full-time students of any age are priced at $20, and are supported by The Macy's Foundation. Proof of age or student ID required for each ticket purchased.
Performances are Tuesday through Sunday evenings at 7:30pm with matinees Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00pm. There is no evening performance on Wednesday, June 11.
Photo Credit: Gerry Goodstein