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Saturday, March 01, 2008

Cool play closing March 9th





FINAL PERFORMANCES - MUST END MARCH 9
LAByrinth Theater Company
presents
UNCONDITIONAL
A new play by Brett C. Leonard
Directed by Mark Wing-Davey

"TERRIFIC THEATER," Star-Ledger

"A bluesy, moody, ambitious play written with impressive precision; the dialogue is grittily naturalistic, pungent with brute feeling," New York Times

"BEAUTIFULLY STAGED and BRUTALLY HONEST," Variety

"Big, gritty effects and gutsy performances; the action moves at a fast, brutal clip, in a clever in-the-round staging," Time Out

"GREAT PERFORMANCES: CHILLING, VERY FUNNY and TRULY MOVING," Associated Press

"A subtle and successful portrait of urban loneliness," New Yorker

"TANTALIZING, unnerving, literally in your face," New York Sun

Scroll down for a GREAT DISCOUNT

Nine New York stories converge in this explosive tale of love, justice, race, rage and betrayal.

Starring:
Chris Chalk (Roundabout's The Overwhelming, MTC's Defiance)
Anna Chlumsky (My Girl, The Fabulous Life of a Size Zero)
John Doman (Mystic River, Deputy Commissioner William Rawls on The Wire)
Saidah Arrika Ekulona (Lisa Kron's Well, Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare in the Park)
Kevin Geer (Twelve Angry Men and Side Man on Broadway)
Trevor Long (MTC's Defiance, LAByrinth's In Arabia, We'd All Be Kings)
Elizabeth Rodriguez (LAByrinth's The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Miami Vice)
Yolonda Ross (Shortbus, Antwone Fisher, making her stage debut)
Isiah Whitlock, Jr. (Senator Clay Davis on The Wire, LAByrinth's A Small Melodramatic Story)

UNCONDITIONAL is directed by OBIE Award winner Mark Wing-Davey (LAByrinth's School of the Americas, Lincoln Center's The Lights, Liev Schreiber's Henry V at Shakespeare in the Park).

Limited Engagement ENDS MARCH 9
Tues at 7pm, Wed thru Fri at 8pm, Sat at 2 and 8pm, Sun at 2 and 7pm

The Public Theater (425 Lafayette Street: take the 6 to Astor Place, or the R/W to 8th Street & Broadway).

Running time is 2 hours 15 minutes.

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW IN 3 EASY WAYS:
1. BY PHONE: (212) 967-7555
2. ONLINE: http://tickets.publictheater.org/calendar/view.asp?id=5305
3. IN PERSON: visit The Public Theater Box Office, 425 Lafayette Street
(Box office hours: Sun-Mon 1pm-6pm; Tue-Sat 1pm-7.30pm)

GET A DISCOUNT:
To get a discount, follow the instructions above and use discount code LABUTALK. Tickets just $40 (20% off orchestra seating, regularly $50).
Discount terms and limitations: must end March 9 2008; subject to availability; not valid on prior purchases; no refunds; may be revoked at any time; cannot be combined; restrictions apply; standard service charges apply to online and phone orders.

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