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We have decided to continue our Donation Based Ticketing for the remainder of our run of Say Goodnight, Gracie. We want to make sure everyone is able to come see this show and we don't want money to be an obstacle.
Live theater is so important for the community, and we hope you are able to come out and experience our unique style of Cinematic Theater, where every seat is in the first three rows! Even if you are not someone who would normally go to a live theater play, we hope you give us a chance to change your mind (and ideas) about what theater can be :-)
For our final performances, simply pay what you can to attend - you can either give a donation during the ticket registration process, or if you can, you can give a donation after you see the show. We hope to see you at Theater On The Edge!
New York’s East Village - 1976: Jerry an aspiring young actor, shares an apartment with Ginny, a secretary. They are joined by Jerry’s high-school friends: Steve, a prankish would-be poet and television writer; and Bobby, a musician who has been scraping by with dates in small clubs in suburban New Jersey, and who arrives with his girlfriend, Catherine, a beautiful but rather seductive airline stewardess.
Their intention is to attend their high-school reunion, and as they while away the hours before it is time to leave, they talk and smoke pot, with their conversation becoming funnier—and more revealing—as the smoke thickens.
These are children of the idealistic 60s, unable to come to terms with the uncertain '70s, and trying to evade, with their ever-funnier and more biting comments, the sobering truth that haunts them all — that there are, unfortunately, no clear and simple answers anymore.
Say Goodnight, Gracie is a one-act play, and its run time is approximately 2 hours with no intermission.
Say Goodnight, Gracie contains foul language, suggestive content, drug use, and mature themes.
Say Goodnight, Gracie uses smoke effects during the show. They are harmless, and no laws are being broken :-)
The play contains use of colorful dialogue and extreme mature themes. Parental guidance is suggested.
Theater On The Edge
5542 Hansel Avenue
Orlando, FL 32809 US
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