Tuesday, April 24, 2007

'The Tale of the Allergist's Wife' to open at Firehouse

Jessica Fulbright sent us a notice from the Firehouse Theatre Project about a new play to open Thursday night at 8 p.m. The essentials are below:

The Firehouse Theatre Project (at 1609 W. Broad St.) is set to present a play by Charles Busch, “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife.” It opens on Thurs., Apr. 26 and runs through May 19.

Tickets are $20 for general admission; discounts are available for seniors and students; tickets are available online at the Firehouse Theatre website, or by calling the 24-hour ticket line, 1-800-595-4TIX (595-4849).

Directed by Daniel Ruth, and featuring Melissa Johnston Price, John Moon, Alice Schreiner, Harriett Traylor, and Joey Chahine, the “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife” promises to be a hilarious roller coaster ride that you won’t forget.

Note: Thurs., Apr. 26 -- Opening Night Reception provided by DD33 Asian Bistro. Fri., Apr. 27 is Talk Back Night; join the director, cast, and designers after the show for a discussion about the production.

Founded in 1993 the Firehouse Theatre Project is a non-profit theater company that operates in a building that once was Richmond’s Fire Station No.10. Its mission continues to be to present important contemporary pieces with an emphasis on plays which have not previously played in the metro Richmond area. For more info call Jessica at 355-2001, or email her at Jessica@firehousetheatre.org.

Image from the Firehouse Theatre Project

No comments: