Ayad Akhtar Pulitzer-Prize winning play Disgraced, which will begin previews September 27 at the Lyceum Theatre, has announced a rush ticket policy. The production is set for an official opening on October 23.
Disgraced will offer a limited number of $32 tickets at the box office on the day of each performance. Only one ticket will be sold per person.
The play explores the life of Amir, a Muslim-American lawyer whose happily married life explodes when a polite conversation over dinner turns into a fiery discourse on race and identity. Disgraced premiered at Lincoln Center's LCT3.
Hari Dhillon, Karen Pittman, Josh Radnor, Danny Ashok, and Gretchen Mol complete the cast. Kimberly Senior directs.
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