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THIS IS THE COLOR
DESCRIBED BY THE TIME
conceived/directed by Lily Whitsitt
created by Door 10
2/14 at 7pm
2/22 at 7pm
2/23 at 3pm
2/23 at 8pm
2/25 at 7pm
2/27 at 7pm
2/28 at 7pm
3/2 at 8pm
3/3 at 2pm


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running time: 70 minutes: strobe lights are used in this production

$25 thru 2/24 / $35 2/25-3/4
$55 premium tickets (reserved!)
limited number of $15 rush tickets available at every performance

DOUBLE FEATURE DAYS!
See ‘em both February 25, March 2 & 3!
Dinner in between?  Our restaurant partner 1803 (82 Reade St) is serving up a special between-shows New Orleans-style $40 prix fixe with your ticket or program.  (And 15% off with your ticket, program or e-mail confirmation before or after any performance!)

SOUND HOUSE
by Stephanie Fleischmann
directed by Debbie Saivetz
2/20 at 7pm
2/21 at 7pm
2/24 at 2pm
2/24 at 7pm
2/25 at 2pm
3/1 at 7pm
3/2 at 3pm
3/3 at 7pm
3/4 at 2pm

 

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running time: 95 minutes

Find The Flea — the NEW Flea! —
at 20 Thomas Street, Tribeca
Take the A/C/E, 1/2/3, J/M/Z to Chambers Street,
the N/Q to Canal Street, the R/W, 4/5/6 to City Hall.

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