What You'll Get
- $21 for tier 3 seating (rows O–S) (up to $45 value)
- $26 for tier 2 seating (rows G–N) (up to $55 value)
- $31 for premium seating (rows C–F) (up to $65.25 value)
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The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Except I be by Silvia in the night,
There is no music in the nightingale;
Unless I look on Silvia in the day,
There is no day for me to look upon.
One of Shakespeare’s earliest plays—its debut is undated, but some scholars believe it may be his first—is also an early forefather of the rom-com genre. But while the disguises, woodsy jaunts, changeable hearts, and happy ending may feel familiar, the play’s darker elements keep audiences guessing throughout all five acts. The plot concerns Proteus and Valentine, two gentlemen (yes, from Verona) whose friendship seems unshakeable. When Proteus journeys to join Valentine in Milan, however, he turns his back on both his friend and his devoted paramour, Julia. The reason, of course, is love: Proteus falls head over heels for Silvia, the object of Valentine’s affections. It’s here where the play takes an unexpected turn, with Julia pursuing her love disguised as a man, thugs kidnapping Silvia, and all manner of other mishaps befalling the quartet.
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About The Theatre Project
There's growth as an actor, and then there's growth as a human being—but for the founders of The Theatre Project, there's no difference between the two. Emphasizing that actors are indeed ever-evolving human beings and not, as previously thought, aliens practicing how to be human beings, The Theatre Project has transformed into more than a theater company. Driven by a creative ensemble of artists who've banded together to revamp the modern theatergoing experience, it has become an organism. With fresh adaptations such as a take on 4.48 Pyschosis, the Project has earned the title of "Adventurous New Company" from The Villager, and its world-premiere productions have been rewarded with sold-out shows and have inspired Downtown Magazine to hail the Project as "one to watch in the next year." Yet, with each subsequent year, it continues to remain one to watch, as it puts imagination and teamwork into brand-new works and creative interpretations of the classics.