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    March 28 - April 18, 2010



    a drama by Michael Hollinger

    directed by Jim Petosa

    featuring Shelly Bolman*, Benjamin Evett*, Michael Kay*, and Becky Webber

    *member of Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

    What sacrifices are made for greatness?

    The celebrated and world-renowned Lazara String Quartet is struggling to prepare for their highest-profile performance when their gifted but volatile violist mysteriously disappears. The play is interwoven with rich and powerful music that propels this New England Premiere forward. Violinist-turned-playwright Michael Hollinger's Opus has tempers flaring and egos clashing when a new member is introduced and the group's secrets are revealed.

    “…the play is for the most part marked by a nuanced intelligence in its depiction of the complex relationship between musicians’ lives and their art.” The New York Times

    “…you’ll never quite listen to a chamber music group the same way again. “ The New York Post

    Approximately 2 hours, including intermission.

    Admission Info:

    Off Peak: All seats-Sun Eve, Thu Mat, Wed, Thu Eve, Fri, (Monday Opening Tr-B only). Orch $48.00 Tr-B $42.00 Peak: All Seats--Sun Mat, Sat Mat, Sat Eve, (Monday Opening Orch seats only). Orch $54.00 Tr-B $49.00 All Shows: Tr-C $35.00 Discounts available for Seniors (60 and older), Full Time Students, WGBH members, WBUR members, MTA members, Harvard University Employees, Concierge members of USO, Arsenal Center for the Arts members, and TCG members.

    General Day and Time Info:

    Sun 3/28 2pm (Panel Discussion) Sun 3/28 7:30 pm Mon 3/29 7:30 pm (Opening) Thu 4/1 2 pm Thu 4/1 7:30 pm Fri 4/2 8 pm Sat 4/3 8 pm Sun 4/4 2 pm (Talkback) Thu 4/8 7:30 pm Fri 4/9 8 pm Sat 4/10 3:30 pm Sat 4/10 8 pm Sun 4/11 2 pm (Talkback) Sun 4/11 7:30 pm Wed 4/14 7:30 pm Thu 4/15 7:30 pm Fri 4/16 8 pm Sat 4/17 3:30 pm Sat 4/17 8 pmm Sun 4/18 2pm (Closing)

    Phone: 617-923-8487

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    TTY: 617-923-2067 or email tickets@newrep.org

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