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Saturday, September 10, 2011
PAST: Two Pay-What-You-Can events Tonight! MON, Oct 10th Reading with Factory 449 at 8:00pm, Preview Show at Woolly Mammoth 8:00pm
Pay-What-You-Can (PWYC) also Tonight & Tomorrow (Mon, Oct 10th & Tues, Oct 11th) at 8:00pm for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's new show "A Bright New Boise" featuring Company Members Kimberly Gilbert, Michael Willis, and Michael Russotto, with Felipe Cabezas, Michael Glenn, Joshua Morgan, and Emily Townley.
NOTE: Tickets sold at 6:00pm each evening, two per person, cash/check only. Lines begin forming around 5:00pm. Performances typically sell out so you definitely need to get there early and wait in line if you want to check this one out. 641 D St, NW between Archives and Gallery Pl metro, just off 7th St.
Samuel D. Hunter's heartbreakingly funny reckoning between a father and son.
In the theme of Halloween and scary stories Factory 449 - Factory 449 presents: Factory Made 2 - October Chills. PWYC Tonight, Monday, Oct 10th "Sweet Nothing [formerly: Picked: a grim (fairy) tale]" by Stephanie Timm Directed by Hunter Styles "Once upon a time in a raped and pillaged land, the youngest of three sisters weds herself to a man she's never met who lives across the sea. When the next youngest is offered a similar promise of living happily after, she discovers that hope might just be her worst enemy." All readings take place at 8pm at the Edmund Burke School at 4101 Connecticut Ave NW, across from the Van Ness metro station. Admission is Pay-What-You-Can.