Capital Rep pay what you will - Boston Marriage

capital_rep_logo.gifYes, we were surprised to learn that David Mamet , the guy who wrote "Glengarry Glen Ross", wrote a play about Victorian era relationships. But not nearly as surprised as we were when we learned he wrote children's books (Really? What would those be like? "The Itsy Bitsy F*&$#ing Spider??!", "Coffee is for Closers Charlie Brown!?").

Anyway, If you're a fan of Mamet's work, or you want to try something new, tonight is the night. It's Pay What You Will night for Mamet's "Boston Marriage" at Capital Rep. It works like it sounds -- you pick the price.

Tickets are on sale now, but get down to the theater as soon as you can -- pay what you will nights tend to sell out.

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Capital Rep.
111 North Pearl Street
Albany , NY 12207

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Snack time is for closers.

Mamet's always sort of been all over the place with his subjects and approach, which is what makes him great.

Perfect example: "Red Belt." Criminally underrated film.

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