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$30 Rush Tickets Announced for NO MAN'S LAND and WAITING FOR GODOT

$30 RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE
FOR

NO MAN’S LAND & WAITING FOR GODOT

STARRING
IAN McKELLEN      PATRICK STEWART
BILLY CRUDUP     SHULER HENSLEY

PERFORMANCES BEGIN OCTOBER 26
OPENING NIGHT IS NOVEMBER 24

Get No Man's Land Tickets
Get Waiting for Godot Tickets

Rush tickets to Harold Pinter’s NO MAN’S LAND and Samuel Beckett’s WAITING FOR GODOT starring Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley directed by Sean Mathias will be available during the run of the limited repertory season.  The front row of the orchestra and other locations will be available exclusively to rush ticket buyers.  Tickets will be available for purchase beginning at 10am daily (and 12pm on Sundays when the box office is open) for $30.00 (including facility fee), two tickets maximum per person, on the day of the performance, subject to availability.  Tickets must be purchased in person at the Cort Theatre box office (138 West 48th Street).

The limited engagement repertory season will begin previews on Saturday, October 26 in advance of the official opening on Sunday, November 24, 2013.  This limited season will run for 14 weeks only.  For performance schedule and more information, visit TwoPlaysInRep.com.

The Cort Theatre Box Office hours are:  now until October 25 - 10am to 8:30pm Monday through Saturday (closed on Sundays); from Saturday, October 26 onward - Monday through Saturday 10am to 8:30pm and Sundays from 12:00pm to 6:00pm

Tickets to the limited engagement repertory are now on sale to the general public through Telecharge at www.telecharge.com or by calling 212-239-6200Contact Telecharge Groups at (212) 232-6262 for group sales prices and information. 

NO MAN’S LAND recently completed a critically acclaimed run at Berkeley Repertory Theatre this past August. 

Ian McKellen won the Tony Award for his performance in Amadeus in 1981.  Patrick Stewart first appeared on Broadway in Peter Brook’s production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1971 and won the Drama Desk Award for A Christmas Carol in 1992.  McKellen and Stewart have appeared together on stage twice before – in the 2009 West End production of Waiting for Godot and in the 1977 premiere of Tom Stoppard’s Every Good Boy Deserves Favour.  Billy Crudup, won a Tony Award for The Coast of Utopia in 2007.  Shuler Hensley won a Tony Award for Oklahoma! in 2002. Sean Mathias, Tony nominated for his direction of Indiscretions, directed Billy Crudup in The Elephant Man in 2002.

In NO MAN’S LAND, two elderly writers, having met in a London pub, continue drinking and talking into the night. All might be well, until the return home of two younger men. Their relationships are exposed, with menace and hilarity, in one of Pinter's most entertaining plays.

In WAITING FOR GODOT, two wanderers wait by a lonely tree, to meet up with Mr. Godot, who they hope will change their lives for the better. Instead, another couple of eccentric travelers arrive, one man on the end of the other's rope. The results are both funny and dangerous.  

Alternating in the role of ‘The Boy’ in WAITING FOR GODOT are Colin Critchley and Aidan Gemme.

Designs for the productions include sets and costumes by Stephen Brimson Lewis (twice Tony-nominated for Indiscretions), lighting by Peter Kaczorowski (a Tony Award winner for Contact and The Producers) sound and music by Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen (Breakfast At Tiffany’s), projections by Zachary Borovay (Ann) and hair and make-up by Tom Watson (The Assembled Parties).

NO MAN’S LAND and WAITING FOR GODOT is produced on Broadway by Stuart Thompson and NOMANGO Productions (NOMANGO Productions is a consortium of Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Sean Mathias and a group of investors) and Jon B. Platt and Elizabeth Williams/Jack Dalgleish

 

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Andrew C. McGibbon

 

 

Andrew C. McGibbon has spent the past thirty years working in live theatre as a stage manager, general manager, producer and leader in the convergence of Broadway and online.

Mr. McGibbon worked as a stage manager and general manager for ten years. In 1994 he created a website devoted to live theatre, BroadwayWorld-Wide.com. The site was subsequently bought by, and became Playbill.com. He continued to manage the site for Playbill for four years. In 2000 he became the website manager for TonyAwards.com. With the 2008-09 season he finished his ninth year on the show. He has also worked as a webmaster for the Broadway LeagueJazz at Lincoln Center, and as the Director of Digital Media for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

Since 2015, Andrew has been working as an architectural photographer and virtual tour photographer known for his photography of theatres such as the Kimmel Center, Tanglewood, Signature Theatre Company, Roundabout Theatre Company, Arena Stage and the Goodspeed Opera House.

Mr. McGibbon is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association, the Independent Theatre Bloggers AssociationActors' Equity Association and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, as well as the American Society of Media Photographers

In addition to his work in the theatrical industry, Mr. McGibbon is also a partner in Simple Solutions Distributing, a manufacturer of filtration equipment for the waste-water industry.

Photo: Elizabeth Leitzell

 

 

 

Website: www.facebook.com/andrewmcgibbon