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School of Drama 2010-2011 Season Subscriptions Available

Spelling BeeSubscriptions to the 2010-2011 School of Drama season are still available. The upcoming season features a new musical and two new adaptations, as well as a banned German play. Students in the Dramaturgy Program will hold post-performance talkbacks with the audience, casts and crews following Tuesday evening performances.

The 2010-2011 season includes Leonid Andreyev's "He Who Gets Slapped," "Vanishing Point," a new musical by Rob Hartmann and Liv Cummins, a new adaptation of Garcia Lorca's "Barbarous Nights," William Finn's musical "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," "Lulu," an 1895 German play by Frank Wedekind and "The Alice Project," which will be developed through a yearlong interdisciplinary collaboration.

The regular subscription package includes four plays: "He Who Gets Slapped," "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" (New Hazlett Theater, North Side) and "The Alice Project."

If you want to change your previous seats or series, please inform the box office associate when you place your order. If you change your series or add seats, we cannot guarantee you the same seats. Changes to subscriptions will be processed in the order they are received.

Regular Package prices:
* Preview Package — $40.00
* Weeknight/Sat. Matinee — regular $68,  $40 for seniors, $34 for students, and $56 for faculty, staff and alumni.
* Friday — regular $80, $50 for seniors, $40 for students, and $64 for faculty, staff and alumni.
* Saturday Nights — regular $80, $40 for students, and $64 for faculty, staff and alumni.

PackagePlus includes "Vanishing Point," and "A Dream Play." Both of the Package Plus shows are $13 per ticket per show. Please note: "The Alice Project" and "A Dream Play" have overlapping performance dates.

Subscription packages and tickets can be purchased over the phone with Visa or MasterCard, or we will take a reservation and you can send a check once we have calculated your total. Call the box office at 412-268-2407 to place an order.

Eric Sloss