CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM ANNOUNCED FOR THE OLD GLOBE’S
100TH ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTION OF PYGMALION
Robert Sean Leonard stars as Henry Higgins
with Charlotte Parry as Eliza Doolittle
Old Globe Associate Artists Kandis Chappell, Don Sparks,
Deborah Taylor and Paxton Whitehead return to the Globe Stage
SAN DIEGO (Dec. 21, 2012)—The Old Globe today announced the complete cast and creative team of its 100th anniversary production of the George Bernard Shaw classic Pygmalion. Starring Tony Award winner Robert Sean Leonard (The Invention of Love, Born Yesterday) as Professor Henry Higgins and Charlotte Parry (The Importance of Being Earnest, The Real Thing) as Eliza Doolittle, the production coincides with the 100th anniversary of Pygmalion’s 1913 premiere in Vienna, Austria. Directed by Nicholas Martin (Butley, Present Laughter), Pygmalion will run on the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the Old Globe Theatre, part of the Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, Jan. 12 – Feb. 17, 2013. Preview performances run Jan. 12 – Jan. 16. Opening night is Thursday, Jan. 17 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.
Shaw’s story of a speech professor who makes a bet that he can pass off a common Cockney flower girl as the pinnacle of English society is an enduring one. In addition to its long life on the stage, the play was adapted by Shaw for the screen in 1938 with Leslie Howard and Wendy Hiller. It was adapted most famously as the beloved musical My Fair Lady starring Rex Harrison with Julie Andrews on Broadway and with Audrey Hepburn on film.
Leonard last appeared on the Old Globe stage as Edgar in Jack O’Brien’s renowned 1993 presentation of King Lear starring Hal Holbrook. He received a Tony Award for his performance in Tom Stoppard’s The Invention of Love and was also nominated for Long Day’s Journey Into Night and Candida. His other Broadway credits include Born Yesterday, The Violet Hour, The Music Man, The Iceman Cometh, Arcadia and Brighton Beach Memoirs, among others. At 19, he made his film debut in the acclaimed Dead Poets Society, and he appeared for eight seasons on the Fox medical drama “House.”
Parry’s Broadway credits include Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest, Coram Boy and The Real Thing. She was a member of the inaugural year of Sam Mendes’ Bridge Project, performing The Cherry Orchard and The Winter’s Tale at Brooklyn Academy of Music, on the West End and internationally.
Four Old Globe Associate Artists return to the Globe stage for this lavish new production of Pygmalion. Kandis Chappell (Mrs. Higgins) has appeared in over 30 productions at The Old Globe, more than any other actress in Globe history, including The Dining Room, Richard III, The Norman Conquests, King Lear and Collected Stories. She has also appeared on Broadway in Rumors and Getting Away with Murder. Don Sparks (Mr. Doolittle) has been featured in more than 30 Globe productions including The Show-Off, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night and the title role in Springtime for Henry, and he has been featured on Broadway in Take Me Out. Deborah Taylor’s (Mrs. Pearce) Globe credits include Romeo and Juliet, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Bell, Book and Candle and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, among others, and she has also appeared at Hartford Stage, Berkeley Repertory Theatre and the Shaw Festival. Paxton Whitehead (Colonel Pickering) has been seen at the Globe in The Mask of Moriarty, The School for Scandal, Much Ado About Nothing and as the title role in Richard III. He is also well known for his many appearances in films and television series such as Kate & Leopold, The Adventures of Huck Finn, “Mad About You” and “Friends.”
Rounding out the cast are Maggie Carney (Mrs. Eynsford Hill) and Old Globe/University of San Diego Graduate Theatre Program students Erin Elizabeth Adams (Bystander), Jeremy Fisher (Bystander), Adam Gerber (Bystander, Taxi Man), Allison Layman (Bystander, Parlor Maid), Danielle O’Farrell (Clara) and Robbie Simpson (Freddy Eynsford Hill).
Old Globe Associate Artist Robert Morgan returns to the Globe as costume designer of Pygmalion. His Globe credits include God of Carnage, Life of Riley, Measure for Measure, Hamlet and the annual holiday musical Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, now in its 15th season.
The creative team also includes Alexander Dodge (Scenic Design), Philip S. Rosenberg (Lighting Design), Drew Levy (Sound Design), Mark Bennett (Original Music), Jan Gist (Voice and Dialect Coach), Caparelliotis Casting (Casting) and Annette Yé (Stage Manager).
Pygmalion is supported in part through gifts from Production Sponsors Brian and Silvija Devine, Wells Fargo, United Airlines and Globe Guilders.
Nicholas Martin (Director) previously directed the Globe productions of Later Life, Full Gallop, Overtime, Macbeth and The Mask of Moriarty. He has directed the Broadway productions of Present Laughter, Butley, Match, Hedda Gabler, The Rehearsal and You Never Can Tell. His Off Broadway directing credits include the World Premiere of Christopher Durang’s Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them, The Time of the Cuckoo and Chaucer in Rome (The Public Theater), Noah Haidle’s Saturn Returns and Paul Rudnick’s The New Century (Lincoln Center Theater), Fully Committed (Vineyard Theatre and Cherry Lane Theatre), Full Gallop (Manhattan Theatre Club and Westside Arts Theatre), Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Drama Desk Award nomination), Betty’s Summer Vacation (Obie Award, Drama Desk nominations), Jonathan Marc Sherman’s Sophistry (Playwrights Horizons) and John Guare’s Bosoms and Neglect (Signature Theatre Company). Martin’s numerous regional credits include She Stoops to Conquer (McCarter Theatre Center), The House of Blue Leaves (Mark Taper Forum) and Dead End (Ahmanson Theatre). He is also director of the West Coast and London productions of Full Gallop. He most recently opened the new Christopher Durang play Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at Lincoln Center Theater. He served as Artistic Director of Williamstown Theatre Festival and Huntington Theatre Company and directed numerous productions at both. He is the recipient of the Norton Award for Sustained Achievement.
TICKETS to Pygmalion can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park. Performances begin on Jan. 12 and continue through Feb. 17. Ticket prices start at $29. Performance times: Previews: Saturday, Jan. 12 at 8:00 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 13 at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 7:00 p.m. Regular Performances: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2:00 p.m. and Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m. There is a 2:00 p.m. matinee on Wednesday, Feb. 6 and no matinee performance on Saturday, Feb. 9. Discounts are available for full-time students, patrons 29 years of age and under, seniors and groups of 10 or more.
Associated events taking place during the run of Pygmalion include:
INSIGHTS SEMINAR: Pygmalion
Monday, Jan. 14 at 7:00 p.m. FREE
Insights Seminars are informal presentations of ideas and insights to enhance the theatergoing experience. The seminars feature a panel selected from the artistic company of each production and take place in the theater where the production is performed. Reception, 6:30 p.m. Seminar, 7:00 p.m. Admission is free and reservations are not required.
POST-SHOW FORUMS: Pygmalion
Tuesdays, Jan. 22 and 29 and Wednesday, Feb. 6. FREE
Discuss the play with members of the Pygmalion cast and crew at post-show discussions led by the Globe’s creative staff after the performances.
OUT AT THE GLOBE: Pygmalion
Thursday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. $20
An evening for gay and lesbian theater lovers and the whole LGBT community, OUT at the Globe includes a hosted wine and martini bar, appetizers and door prizes. Everyone is welcome. $20 per person. RSVP at (619) 23-GLOBE. (Tickets to Pygmalion are sold separately.)
LOCATION: The Old Globe is located in San Diego’s Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe Way. There are numerous free parking lots available throughout the park. Valet parking is also available ($10). For additional parking information visit www.BalboaPark.org.
CALENDAR: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (11/17-12/29), Pygmalion (1/12-2/17), The Brothers Size (1/26-2/24), A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (3/8-4/14), A Doll’s House (3/23-4/21), Other Desert Cities (4/27-6/2), Be a Good Little Widow (5/11-6/9).
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ERIN ELIZABETH ADAMS (Bystander) was last seen in the Old Globe/USD M.F.A. production of Measure for Measure. Shehas worked in New York City on Gated (Midtown International Theatre Festival) and regionally on Heist!, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Post Wave Spectacular (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Henry IV Parts I and II (Actors’ Shakespeare Project) and Done (Providence Black Repertory Company). She is a former Acting Apprentice with the Actors Theatre of Louisville. Adams received her B.A. in Theatre and Literary Arts from Brown University.
MAGGIE CARNEY (Mrs. Eynsford Hill) is delighted to be making her Globe debut with Pygmalion. Her other local credits include A Christmas Carol (Cygnet Theatre Company), Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays(Diversionary Theatre), Yellow Face (Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company, Craig Noel Award nomination) and A Midsummer Night's Dream, Peter and the Starcatchers and Salsalandia! (La Jolla Playhouse). Her regional credits include The Tempestand Bill Irwin’s Largely New York (Seattle Repertory Theatre), Bad Dates (BoarsHeadTheater, Thespie Award, Wilde Award nomination), Bedroom Farce(Jeff Citation) and Into the Woods (Jeff Citation nomination) (Touchstone Theatre) and Smash (Bailiwick Repertory Theatre, Jeff Citation). She has also appeared at Northlight Theatre, Roadworks Productions, Writers' Theatre, Noble Fool Theatricals, Famous Door Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Poetry Foundation, The Second City, Peninsula Players, Creede Repertory Theatre and Wisconsin Shakespeare Festival.
KANDIS CHAPPELL (Mrs. Higgins) is an Associate Artist of The Old Globe where she has appeared in more than 30 productions including The Dining Room, Richard III, The Norman Conquests, King Lear and Collected Stories. She has performed at North Coast Repertory Theatre, San Diego Repertory Theatre and Lyric Opera San Diego, and she has worked extensively at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa. Chappell has appeared on Broadway, at Lincoln Center Theater and in theaters across the country.
JEREMY FISHER (Bystander) appeared in the 2012 Old Globe Shakespeare Festival productions of Richard III, As You Like It and Inherit the Wind. He has also appeared in the Old Globe/USD M.F.A. productions of Measure for Measure, Twelfth Night, Fathers and Sons and a staged reading of Pygmalion. His Chicago productions include Coronado and Hollow Lands (Steep Theatre Company), Stage Door and No More Dead Dogs (Griffin Theatre Company), the title role in Ivanov, Sweet Confinement (After Dark Award for Outstanding Ensemble), The Incredibly Famous Willy Rivers and Bible B-Sides (Sinnerman Ensemble), Sweet Bird of Youth (The Artistic Home), Election Day (Theatre Seven), Odin’s Horse (Infamous Commonwealth Theatre), Hot N’ Throbbing (Pine Box Theater Company) and Another Day in the Empire (Black Sheep Productions). Fisher is a graduate of Indiana University and The School at Steppenwolf.
ADAM GERBER (Bystander, Taxi Man) was last seen in the Old Globe/USD production of Measure for Measure. His New York credits include As You Like It and the Off Broadway revival of Lebensraum (Harold Clurman Lab Theatre). He most recently worked in Tokyo, Japan on Hikobae (The Actors Clinic, Will Do). Gerber has performed in numerous other productions including Sex and the Holyland (New York International Fringe Festival) and Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, In the Boom Boom Room and Dancing at Lughnasa (Stella Adler Studio of Acting),and he has been featured in various national commercials. He is a graduate of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and received his B.A. from The George Washington University where he appeared in The Winter’s Tale and Metamorphosis.
ALLISON LAYMAN (Bystander, Parlor Maid) recently appeared in the Old Globe/USD M.F.A. production of Measure for Measure. She spent the past two years as a company member of The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey where her mainstage roles included Luciana in The Comedy of Errors and Sempronious in Timon of Athens as well as multiple roles in the educational touring productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Julius Caesar and Macbeth. Her other regional work includes Petra in An Enemy of the People (Playhouse on Park) and a wide range of roles in productions at the Monomoy Theatre in Chatham, Massachusetts. Layman studied with Bill Esper at his studio in New York and received her B.A. in French Language and Literature from Wesleyan University in Connecticut.
ROBERT SEAN LEONARD (Professor Henry Higgins) previously appeared at The Old Globe in King Lear directed by Jack O’Brien. He has performed in the Broadway productions of The Invention of Love (Tony Award), Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Tony nomination), Born Yesterday, The Violet Hour, The Music Man, The Iceman Cometh, Arcadia, Candida (Tony nomination), Philadelphia, Here I Come!, The Speed of Darkness, Breaking the Code and Brighton Beach Memoirs. His Off Broadway credits include Fifth of July, You Never Can Tell and When She Danced. He also appeared in the West End production of Our Town. Born in New Jersey, Leonard began acting at age 14 at The Public Theater in New York. At 19, he made his film debut in the acclaimed Dead Poets Society. His film credits include Much Ado About Nothing, The Age of Innocence, Mr. & Mrs. Bridge, Swing Kids, Tape, Chelsea Walls and Whit Stillman’s The Last Days of Disco. He appeared for eight seasons on the Fox medical drama “House.”
DANIELLE O’FARRELL (Clara) recently appeared in As You Like It, Richard III and Inherit the Wind (The Old Globe 2012 Shakespeare Festival) and Measure for Measure, Twelfth Night and Fathers and Sons (The Old Globe/USD M.F.A. Program). Previously she worked in Chicago on The Real Thing (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company), Orpheus Descending (American Theater Company), The Taming of the Shrew (Chicago Shakespeare Theater) and No Exit, The Love of the Nightingale and the world premiere of Hideous Progeny (LiveWire Chicago Theatre). She has performed in many other productions with the side project theatre company, First Folio Theatre, Signal Ensemble Theatre, Point of Contention Theatre Company and Bruised Orange as well as projects with Chicago Children’s Theatre, Remy Bumppo, Around the Coyote and Northwestern University. Her film credits include Farewell Darkness and Stay with Me. Her television credits include “My Boys.” O’Farrell received her B.F.A. in Theatre from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. www.danielleofarrell.com.
CHARLOTTE PARRY (Eliza Doolittle) was a member of the inaugural year of Sam Mendes’ Bridge Project, performing The Cherry Orchard and The Winter’s Tale at Brooklyn Academy of Music, on the West End and internationally. She played Cecily in the sold-out Broadway run of The Importance of Being Earnest. Her other Broadway credits include Coram Boy and The Real Thing. Her Off Broadway credits include Equivocation (Manhattan Theatre Club), Look Back in Anger and Howard Katz (Roundabout Theatre Company), The Master Builder (Irish Repertory Theatre), Rainbow Kiss (The Play Company) and The Lover (DirectorFest). For Peter Hall Company at BAM, Center Theater Group and London she performed in As You Like It and The Importance of Being Earnest. Regionally she has appeared in the world premiere of John Patrick Shanley’s Pirate (New York Stage and Film), the world premiere of Albee's Me, Myself & I and The Birthday Party (McCarter Theatre Center), The Turn of the Screw (Westport Country Playhouse) and Cymbeline and Private Lives (The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey). Parry’s West End credits also include The Real Thing, The Cherry Orchard and The Winter’s Tale, and her U.K. regional and national tour credits include Charley's Aunt, Amadeus, The Blue Room, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Titus Andronicus, As You Like It, Northanger Abbey, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, The Seagull, Three Sisters, Godspell, Follies and Whistle Down the Wind. She has appeared on television in The Safe House and Extreme Ghost Stories (ITV). Her film credits include The Park Bench. Parry has narrated over 40 audiobooks in America and the U.K.
ROBBIE SIMPSON (Freddy Eynsford Hill) was most recently seen in the Old Globe/USD production of Measure for Measure. His U.K. credits include Orlando in As You Like It (Shakespeare’s Globe). His New York and Off Broadway credits include A Class Act directed by Bob Moss (Playwrights Horizons), Hanschen in Spring Awakening (Roy Arias Studios & Theaters) and Punchlines & Pregnant (Broadway Comedy Club). His favorite regional credits include A Class Act (Berkshire Theatre Festival), Rent and Almost, Maine (Papermill Theatre), The Sisters Rosensweig and The House of Blue Leaves (New Century Theatre) and Miss Saigon, Inherit the Wind, The Sunshine Boys and Lost in Yonkers (The Majestic Theatre). He has appeared on television in NBC’s “30 Rock” and “Smash,” Syfy’s “Can You Survive a Horror Movie?” and numerous commercials. Simpson holds a B.F.A. in Acting from Syracuse University.
DON SPARKS (Mr. Doolittle) is an Associate Artist of The Old Globe and has appeared in over 30 productions since apprenticing at the Globe and then making his Equity debut in 1972 in Beyond the Fringe. His other Globe roles include Aubrey Piper in The Show-Off and Malvolio in Twelfth Night. He has performed at numerous theaters throughout the U.S. and Canada including the Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, Long Wharf Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Geffen Playhouse, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center and many others. His Broadway credits include Take Me Out playing Skipper for five months. He has also had recurring roles on “L.A. Law,” “Frasier,” “Get a Life,” “Madame’s Place” and “Law & Order.”
DEBORAH TAYLOR (Mrs. Pearce) is an Associate Artist of The Old Globe and has appeared in the Globe productions of Romeo and Juliet, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Bell, Book and Candle, As You Like It, Antony and Cleopatra, Twelfth Night, The Magic Fire, Wonderful Tennessee, Out of Purgatory, Interior Decoration, The Snow Ball (also at Hartford Stage and Huntington Theatre Company), Season’s Greetings, Yankee Wives, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet, The Dining Room, The Seagull, Ring ‘Round the Moon, The Rivals, Henry IV Part I, The Winter’s Tale and Othello. Her other theater credits include The Magic Fire (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), The Beaux Stratagem (Hartford Stage), The Women (Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto), Holiday, Breaking the Silence and Tonight We Improvise (Shaw Festival Theatre), Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Ah, Wilderness! and A Place to Stay (Studio Arena Theater) and The Miser (Stage West). She has appeared in the films Sea of Love, The Brother from Another Planet and Lianna. Her television credits include “Murphy Brown,” “Star Trek,” “Cop Rock,” “Knightswatch” and “NYPD Blue.” She is the proud mother of mountain climber Billy Clapp and performs on the Old Globe stage with love and dedication to her beautiful mother, “Tina,” and Craig Noel.
PAXTON WHITEHEAD (Colonel Pickering) has previously appeared at the Globe in Twelfth Night, The Mask of Moriarty, The School for Scandal, Much Ado About Nothing, Beyond the Fringe, The Rivals, Richard III and The Miser, as well as serving as director for Misalliance and co-adapter for There’s One in Every Marriage. His New York credits include The Importance of Being Earnest, Absurd Person Singular, Suite in Two Keys, London Suite, My Fair Lady, Lettice and Lovage, Artist Descending a Staircase, A Little Hotel on the Side, Run for Your Wife, Noises Off, Camelot, The Crucifer of Blood, Habeas Corpus, Candida, Beyond the Fringe, The Affair, One Way Pendulum, Gallows Humor and premieres of Doric Wilson plays at Caffe Cino. His London credits include Heartbreak House with Rex Harrison, Diana Rigg and Rosemary Harris. He has been seen in Los Angeles in How the Other Half Loves, Woman in Mind and The Pirates of Penzance and at South Coast Repertory in Heartbreak House, How the Other Half Loves and The Circle. His recent credits include The Habit of Art and All’s Well that Ends Well in Washington, DC and productions at Coconut Grove Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse, Princeton, Williamstown, Stratford, Westport, Seattle, Boston, Hartford, Cincinnati, Memphis, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Philadelphia. Whitehead served as Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival Theatre in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada from 1967 to 1978. He adapted, with Suzanne Grossmann, Georges Feydeau’s The Chemmy Circle, There’s One in Every Marriage and A Flea in Her Ear.
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By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Nicholas Martin
RUNS: Jan. 12 – Feb. 17, 2013
Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage
Old Globe Theatre
Conrad Prebys Theatre Center
TICKETS: Ticket prices start at $29.
SYNOPSIS: The classic story of a speech professor who bets a fellow scholar that he can pass off a common Cockney flower girl as the pinnacle of English society.
CREATIVE TEAM: George Bernard Shaw (Playwright), Nicholas Martin (Director), Alexander Dodge (Scenic Design), Old Globe Associate Artist Robert Morgan (Costume Design), Philip S. Rosenberg (Lighting Design), Drew Levy (Sound Design), Mark Bennett (Original Music), Jan Gist (Voice and Dialect Coach), Caparelliotis Casting (Casting) and Annette Yé (Stage Manager).
CAST: Erin Elizabeth Adams (Bystander), Maggie Carney (Mrs. Eynsford Hill), Kandis Chappell (Mrs. Higgins), Jeremy Fisher (Bystander), Adam Gerber (Bystander, Taxi Man), Allison Layman (Bystander, Parlor Maid), Robert Sean Leonard (Professor Henry Higgins), Danielle O’Farrell (Clara), Charlotte Parry (Eliza Doolittle), Robbie Simpson (Freddy Eynsford Hill), Don Sparks (Mr. Doolittle), Deborah Taylor (Mrs. Pearce) and Paxton Whitehead (Colonel Pickering).
Jan 12 SAT 8pm
Jan 13 SUN 7pm
Jan 15 TUE 7pm
Jan 16 WED 7pm
OPENING NIGHT: Jan 17 THU 8pm
Jan 18 FRI 8pm
Jan 19 SAT 2pm
Jan 19 SAT 8pm
Jan 20 SUN 2pm
Jan 20 SUN 7pm
Jan 22 TUE 7pm (Post-Show Forum)
Jan 23 WED 7pm
Jan 24 THU 8pm (OUT at the Globe)
Jan 25 FRI 8pm
Jan 26 SAT 2pm
Jan 26 SAT 8pm
Jan 27 SUN 2pm
Jan 27 SUN 7pm
Jan 29 TUE 7pm (Post-Show Forum)
Jan 30 WED 7pm
Jan 31 THU 8pm
Feb 1 FRI 8pm
Feb 2 SAT 2pm
Feb 2 SAT 8pm
Feb 3 SUN 2pm
Feb 3 SUN 7pm
Feb 5 TUE 7pm
Feb 6 WED 2pm
Feb 6 WED 7pm (Post-Show Forum)
Feb 7 THU 8pm
Feb 8 FRI 8pm
Feb 9 SAT 8pm
Feb 10 SUN 2pm
Feb 10 SUN 7pm
Feb 12 TUE 7pm
Feb 13 WED 7pm
Feb 14 THU 8pm
Feb 15 FRI 8pm
Feb 16 SAT 2pm
Feb 16 SAT 8pm
Feb 17 SUN 2pm
Feb 17 SUN 7pm
Monday, Jan. 14 at 7:00 p.m.
Seminar series features a panel of artists from the current show. Reception at 6:30 p.m. FREE
Tuesdays, Jan. 22 and 29 and Wednesday, Feb. 6
Discuss the play with members of the cast following the performance. FREE
OUT AT THE GLOBE
Thursday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. $20
An evening for LGBT theater lovers with a hosted wine and martini bar, appetizers and door prizes. Everyone is welcome. (Show sold separately.)
BOX OFFICE WINDOW HOURS: Noon to final curtain Tuesday through Sunday. American Express, Discover, MasterCard and VISA accepted. (619) 23-GLOBE [234-5623]
LOCATION: The Old Globe is located in San Diego’s Balboa Park at 1363 Old Globe Way. Free parking is available throughout the park. Valet parking is also available ($10). For parking information visit www.BalboaPark.org.
Jeffrey Weiser (619) 238-0043 x2352 jweiser@TheOldGlobe.org
Mike Hausberg (619) 238-0043 x2355 mhausberg@TheOldGlobe.org