Play With Your Food

Fairfield Theatre Company

January 15, 2019 | 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

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Description

Play With Your Food brings great theater to your backyard! Doors open to the new season Jan 8-9 in Westport (Toquet Hall), Jan 15 in Fairfield (Fairfield Theatre Company) and Jan 16 & 17 in Greenwich (Greenwich Arts Council) with three provocative (and often humorous!) one-act play readings performed by professional actors, many of whom are well known on Broadway, film and TV. January plays include the recent off-Broadway hit “Tiny Beautiful Things” by Nia Vardalos and “Looking for Chinatown” by Tony Award winner David Henry Hwang. Come at 12 noon for a delicious fresh lunch catered by a popular local restaurant followed by the playreadings and talkback with the cast and director. You'll be out the door and ready to continue your day at 1:30 pm!

Contact Name: Diana Muller

Contact Email: dmm60@optonline.net

Contact Phone: 203.209.3610

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Ticket Information

Tickets are $49 each or $188 for a season subscription ($47 each)

Phone:
203.293.8729

Email:
info@jibproductions.org

Venue

Fairfield Theatre Company
70 Sanford Street
Fairfield, CT 06824

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Accessibility Info

  • Wheelchair Access Wheelchair Access

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