Unbroken Circle & Tennessee William’s The Two Character Play – Hosting a LGBT night September 12th and 19th


Tony Award winner Amanda Plummer (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Agnes of
God, Pulp Fiction
) and Academy Award nominee Brad Dourif (The voice of Chucky in the Child’s Play Series,
Lord of the Rings Trilogy, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,
) unite their white-hot talents for this highly anticipated
production of Tennessee Williams’ The Two-Character Play. Reality and
fantasy are interwoven with terrifying power as two actors on tour –
brother and sister – find themselves deserted by their troupe. Faced by
an audience expecting a performance, they enact The Two-Character Play. As they
dip in and out of performance they find it difficult to differentiate
themselves from their roles and reality from illusion. Haunting, provocative,
and often funny, The Two-Character Play is one of Tennessee Williams’
most personal – and mystifying – works. Now playing, for more info
go to www.thetwocharacterplay.com

Purchase a $40 ticket to Tennessee Williams’ The Two-Character Play when you use code CPLGBT816 and receive admission to a
special post show LGBT Night reception. 
Directly following the 8pm performance, join us for a complimentary
beverage at Lucky Cheng’s (240 West 52nd Street).  This is a perfect
opportunity to see 
The Two-Character
and mingle with fellow theatre-goers.


UNBROKEN CIRCLE, written by James Wesley, is at turns hilarious and
deeply moving as it explores how family secrets affect every person in
each generation differently.  The cast includes Stacey
 and Broadway vets Jennifer Simard (25th
Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
, Shrek The Musical), Suzanna Hay (Dance of Death with
Ian McKellan and David Strathaim), Lori Hammel (Mamma
), and also stars Eve Plumb (“The Brady
Bunch”, Love Loss…) in a highly comedic yet ultimately
moving performance as the born-again Christian, Aunt June. Inspired by events
from his extended Texas family, playwright James Wesley stars
as the troubled Bobby alongside his real-life daughter Juli WesleyUNBROKEN
is being produced by SiriusXM Broadway host Seth Rudetsky and Mary
J. Davis. “The script makes all the right moves  in Unbroken
a family drama with a whiff of “August: Osage County”
raves NY Times. Now playing at St.Luke’s Theatre. Visit UnbrokenCircleThePlay.com for
more information 


Purchase a $35 ticket to UNBROKEN
when you use code UCLGBT35 and receive a drink ticket at Southern Hospitality (645 9th Ave at 45th Street) directly
following the 7pm performance.  This is a perfect opportunity to see this hit Off-Broadway
Drama and mingle with fellow theatre-goers and members of the cast.


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