Pay What You Will night at Cap Rep

Cap_Rep_Logo.gifTomorrow is "Pay What You Will" night for Capital Rep's production of the Pulitzer prizewinning drama Doubt. Pay what you will works just like it sounds. You pick your own ticket price. Make a little time to stand in line, though. It's understandably a pretty popular event. Tickets go on sale at 5PM Thursday at noon and it's first come first serve. Curtain is at 7:30.

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Capital Repertory Theatre
111 North Pearl Street
Albany, NY 12207

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I called the Cap Rep box office about this and they said the tickets go on sale at noon.

We called yesterday and they told us 5. We checked back again this morning and someone else answered. They said noon. Thanks for the heads-up Susie.

I saw the play on Sunday and it was a really great show. Just don't see it with old people. The last line of the show was spoken and an old biddy asked her neighbor (on the other side of the theatre from me) "what did she say?" The show was so tight it didn't really take away from the moment.

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