GOOD PERSON OF SZECHWAN TICKET INFORMATION
Tickets are now on sale!
Regular Price: $56.50-66.50
Member Price: $45
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Regular price includes $1.50 facility fee. Standard service fees apply to phone and online orders.
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Member tickets can be booked by phone after you purchase your Membership.
We invite you to join us for talkbacks with the artists following performances on Wednesday, October 23rd and Sunday evening, November 10th.
Subject to availability, $20 rush tickets for Good Person of Szechwan will be available at the Taub Box Office at The Public Theater starting at 6pm for evening performances and noon for matinees. Limit two tickets per person. Cash only.
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The Foundry Theatre's Good Person of Szechwan--EXTENDED!
“SUBLIME AND PURELY ENTERTAINING! Delivered with invention and a spirit of inquisitive exuberance. Taylor Mac is sincere, smart, and disarmingly moving.”
- The New York Times
“A GARDEN OF DOWN-TO-EARTH DELIGHTS! I have never seen a production of Brecht so flat-out pleasurable as this one.”
- Time Out New York
“Lear deBessonet endows Good Person with CAREFREE
CHARM AND BEAUTIFUL, KOOKY SENSIBILITY.”
- Entertainment Weekly
“A rollicking good time! Taylor Mac’s performance is FUNNY,
DEEPLY GROUNDED, AND TENDERLY HUMAN!”
- New York Observer
“INVIGORATING AND EXUBERANT!”
- New York Daily News
The Foundry Theatre's
GOOD PERSON OF SZECHWAN
By Bertolt Brecht
Translation by John Willett
Directed by Lear deBessonet
Music by César Alvarez with The Lisps
Featuring Kate Benson, Ephraim Birney, Vinie Burrows, Clifton Duncan, Jack Allen Greenfield, Brooke Ishibashi, Paul Juhn, Mia Katigbak, Lisa Kron, Taylor Mac, Mary Shultz, David Turner, and Darryl Winslow
October 18 - December 8 EXTENDED!
Can we practice goodness and create a world to sustain it? In this comic and complex play, one of Brecht's most entertaining characters, Shen Tei, the good-hearted, penniless, cross-dressing prostitute, is forced to disguise herself as a savvy businessman named Shui Ta to master the ruthlessness necessary to be a "good person" in a cruel world of limited resources. The award-winning Foundry Theatre and director Lear deBessonet bring this theatrical classic to life for the 21st century with Taylor Mac in the lead and original live music by César Alvarez with The Lisps.