TWAIN AND SHAW DO LUNCH World Premiere At New Theatre

New Theatre presents the World Premiere of Chambers Stevens Twain and Shaw Do Lunch!
 
New Theatre (THE NEW) continues it's season with the World Premiere of Twain and Shaw Do Lunch, by Chambers Stevens, running December 2 - 18, 2011, in its new intimate home at The Roxy Performing Art Center. In 1907 the world's two greatest living writers had lunch together. This, their first meeting, was monumental. It would be Mrs. Shaw's job to make sure they didn't destroy each other. This witty and based on truth play has won several awards such as the Best Comedy at the Palm Beach Int'l Playwrighting Competition, and the Long Beach Playhouse New Play Award.
 
Under the direction of Literary Manager, Steven Chambers, these historic figures comes comes to life with three New Theatre veterans: Stephen S. Neal, Bill Schwarz and Pilar Uribe. The company is rounded out by New Theatre's Production Stage Manager, Jerry Jensen with Lighting Designer: Ricky J. Martinez; Costume Designer: Chuck Roeder ; Sound Designer Ozzie Quintana and making his New Theatre debut, Scenic Designer Andrew Rodriguez-Triana. Twain and Shaw Do Lunch is made possible in part by season programming support from the Miami Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the Affairs Council, the Mayor, and the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners .
 
December 2 - 18, 2011
 
Performance times:
Thursday - Saturday at 8 pm &
Sunday at 1 pm
 
Additional Sunday 5:30 pm performances on December 11 & 18
 
 
Ticket information:
Thursdays & Sunday evenings: $35
All other performances $ 40.
 
Student Rush (under 25 with ID) Ticket: $15
at the door based on availability
 
Season Subscription information
Subscriptions:
4 play Flexible Season pass: $ 140
A SAVINGS of 25% off the regular ticket price.
 
Student 4 play Flexible Season pass: $ 40 for Students under 25 with valid ID
 
Location:
New Theatre is located at the Roxy Performing Arts Center , 1645 SW 107th Avenue , Miami , FL 33165
Conveniently located off of the Florida Turnpike, across from the Florida International University campus.
 
Contact:
For tickets, call (305) 443-5909 o
r visit www.new-theatre.org.
 
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