Monday, July 29, 2013

Ticket Deal for the New York Premiere of Storyville on Stage to August 17 2013

From a release:

Ticket Deal for the New York Premiere of
Storyville
Book by ED BULLINS
Music and Lyrics by MILDRED KAYDEN
Orchestrations and Arrangements by DANNY HOLGATE
Musical Direction by WILLIAM FOSTER McDANIEL
Choreography by MERCEDES ELLINGTON
Directed by BILL CASTELLINO

Performances now through August 17, 2013
The York Theatre Company at St. Peter's
619 Lexington Avenue (enter on 54th Street)


• Tickets are just $40 when you use code WALK40.
• (Regular ticket price $69.50) - see details below


New Orleans, 1917: Something happened that helped change America’s music forever.

The time, Mardi Gras; the place, Storyville – the red light district, two blocks from the French Quarter. Saloons, gambling joints, brothels and pervasive political corruption set the scene for a new kind of music. People fell in love, a world disappeared and the music moved upriver. Directed by BILL CASTELLINO, with choreography by MERCEDES ELLINGTON and music direction by WILLIAM FOSTER McDANIEL, Storyville is written by playwright ED BULLINS (The Taking of Miss Janie – Obie Award) with music and lyrics by MILDRED KAYDEN (Ionescopade, Call the Children Home).

Featuring:
Two-time Tony Award® nominee Ernestine Jackson, D.C. Anderson, Cory Bretsch, Karen Burwright, Kyle Robert Carter, Dameka Hayes, Michael Leonard James, Leajato Robinson, Clifton Samuels, Christopher Spaulding, Carl Wallnau, Debra Walton, NaTasha Yvette Williams and Zakia Young

Performances now through August 17, 2013
The York Theatre Company at St. Peter's
619 Lexington Avenue (enter on 54th Street)


Tickets are just $40
when you use code WALK40.
(Regular ticket price $69.50)


There are three easy ways to purchase tickets:
• Visit www.yorktheatre.org and enter code WALK40.
• Call 212.935.5820 and mention code WALK40.
• In person: Bring a copy of this offer to The York Theatre Company Box Office, 619 Lexington Ave (enter at 54th Street), at The Theatre at Saint Peter's.

For more information visit www.yorktheatre.org

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