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Berkeley Rep 2006-07 Season Tickets For Sale Aug.27

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Tickets go on sale for Berkeley Repertory Theatre's courageous and melodic 2006-07 season beginning this Sunday, August 27. "In a fearless selection of new and classic plays characteristic of this Tony Award-winning theatre, the 39th season presents eminent artists such as Neil Bartlett, Paul Dresher, David Hare, Gina Leishman, Delroy Lindo, Martin McDonagh, Lisa Peterson, Stew, and Les Waters," states press notes.

Online purchases can be made starting at 12:01AM while the box office opens at noon. There are three ways to buy: Online at anytime by visiting www.berkeleyrep.org, by phone at 510-647-2949 or toll-free at 1-888-4-BRT-Tix (during box office hours), or in person at the box office. The Berkeley Rep box office is located at 2025 Addison Street, only half a block from Berkeley's Downtown BART station and close to AC Transit bus lines.

Ticket prices range from $33-61. Subscriptions to see multiple plays are also available, beginning as low as $123. Subscribers get the best seats at the lowest prices, and may choose which shows and which days they wish to attend. Discounts are offered to students, seniors, groups, UC Berkeley alumni, employees of K-12 schools, and anyone under 30 years of age. The box office is open from noon to 7:00PM, Tuesday through Sunday; it is closed on Monday.

The 2006-07 Season includes seven captivating shows: Mother Courage, David Hare's brilliant adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's anti-war masterpiece; Passing Strange, the world premiere of an exuberant stage show from the musician known as Stew; All Wear Bowlers, a hilarious vaudeville dream that's been a hit on four continents; The Pillowman, a darkly funny thriller from Oscar- and Tony-winner Martin McDonagh; To the Lighthouse, a world-premiere adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel featuring music by Paul Dresher; The Blue Door, a breathtaking new play directed by Delroy Lindo; and Oliver Twist, an astonishing new adaptation of the Dickens classic from London's Neil Bartlett.


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