New York City
Poor Richard, Jean Kerr’s witty comedy set in Manhattan, concerns a famous poet whose reputation for carousing is as strong as that for writing; his publisher, who is trying to get him to take his work seriously; and the publisher’s secretary, who has her own plan to shake the great man out of his slump and make him her own. This gem of a play starred Alan Bates as poet Richard Ford and Gene Hackman as publisher Sydney Carroll when it opened on Broadway in 1964.
Pay-What-You-Can Performance, Sunday, November 26, 2006:
Pay what you can afford for all tickets left at the door ($5.00 Minimum, Cash or Check only). These tickets are available at the door only (no reservations).
Half Price tickets are available 90 minutes before curtain for 1 hour at the door only (no reservations). Previews and Opening Night Excluded.
The discount is no longer available 30 minutes before curtain.
Every Night is a School Night:
$10.00 tickets for any Student with a valid School I.D. during every regular performance. Student tickets are available at the door only (no reservations). Opening Night Excluded.
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