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Next Up at the ART - Paradise Lost

I've blogged a lot this year on the season at the ART.  It's been fantastic, with several of the productions selling out night after night.  Right now, the only thing still running is The Donkey Show, which has been extended into the summer.  Despite having some regular attendees who have seen it as many as 20 times or more (!), the Donkey Show is still exciting for first time visitors.  If you haven't seen it yet, you're missing a fun and unique night out.

Later this month, the next production starts at the ART, Clifford Odets's Paradise Lost.  This looks to be a timely production as it is focuses on the Great Depression.  It should have some applicability to today, of course.  I want to pass on a special offer for those of you willing to try the production of Paradise Lost in its early days.  The offer is to get 2 tickets for the price of one.  Buy your ticktes online using code LOST241B.  You must buy tickets by 2/21/10 and this is only good for shows between 2/27-3/5/10.

Here's some background on Paradise Lost.  Also, check out some of the ART teaser videos, including this one.  Hope to see you at the theater!


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