Free tickets are available for the world premiere of Tennessee Williams’ final-full length play In Masks Outrageous and Austere now on Off-Broadway at Culture Project (45 Bleecker). Each night, 20 tickets are available for the production Tuesday through Thursday.
Please e-mail Stephen (2nd floor RA firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday at 11:59pm to guarantee your complimentary student ticket.
NYU Tisch professor Dr. Joe E. Jefferys is currently working on In Masks Outrageous and Austere as the show’s dramaturg. Next Tuesday, the audience will be able to participate in a post-show conversation with In Masks Outrageous and Austere dramaturg Joe E. Jeffreys, and a special guest Tennessee Williams’ last literary agent, Mitch Douglas. This is a great opportunity to support a fellow member of the NYU community.
For more information please read below or visit www.MasksOutrageous.com.
Notify Stephen email@example.com by Monday 11:59pm if you want to attend the Tuesday (4/24), Wednesday (4/25) or Thursday (4/25) night performance with your FIRST and LAST names to be submitted to the Box Office.
Tennessee Williams goes for broke in his final full-length play, exploring the surreal, the nefarious, and the erotic in ways never before attempted by the great American master. The richest woman in the world, her gay husband and his young lover are thrust into a mystery world, defined by disorientation and paranoia, where they are held captive by omnipotent corporate forces. A cast of bizarre characters enters an increasingly threatening environment, and tensions reach a fever pitch as trust among the three protagonists begins to disintegrate. This stunning production, which includes 60 state-of-the-art LED panels and a set that surrounds the audience with 360 degrees of two-way mirrors, takes its characters-and its audience-to a wholly unique theatrical realm that’s every bit as thrilling as it is dangerous.