Date - January 28, 2017
8:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Long Wharf Theatre
222 Sargent Drive
New Haven, CT, 06511
NOTE: This evening’s performance is sold out. For more performance dates, please visit the Long Wharf Theatre website at longwharf.org.
Join us for a stage performance of Samuel Beckett’s “End Game” at Long Wharf Theatre on January 28th. Tickets are very limited and going fast – at this writing, there are a few tickets left at $79 and $69, which is a discounted rate, $20 of regular ticket price. This performance date is one of several with discounted tickets available. To RSVP or learn of other dates and more details, contact Laura.
Brian Dennehy (Krapp’s Last Tape, Hughie and Love Letters) and Reg E. Cathey(“The Wire”, “House of Cards”), among the greatest stage actors of this generation, star in a once-in-a-lifetime theatrical event, performing one of the most influential plays of the 20th century. Endgame, Samuel Beckett’s uncompromising masterpiece, explores the biggest question we all face—can love, family, or belief truly give meaning to our lives? Beckett’s rich use of language, mordant sense of humor, and courageous worldview combine to weave a spell both humorous and chilling. “That such a dark and unsparing play can leave its audiences so richly rewarded is one of the great mysteries of art.” – The Telegraph
Those attending will be invited to dine as a group before the performance, more information will be available closer to the date.
About Long Wharf Theatre
Long Wharf Theatre began in the unlikeliest of places in the unlikeliest of ways. Located in a food terminal facing the New Haven Harbor, the theatre’s original founders, Jon Jory and Harlan Kleiman, shared the dream of starting a resident professional theatre company in New Haven.
Assisted by an avid group of community leaders and patrons of the arts, they made that dream a reality in 1965 when Arthur Miller’s The Crucible opened for a two-week engagement.
Named for the Long Wharf port along New Haven Harbor, the theatre was built in a vacant warehouse space in a busy food terminal, with its Mainstage originally stocked with seats borrowed from a retired movie house. Now celebrating its 50th season, Long Wharf Theatre is an organization of international renown producing an annual season of six plays on its two stages, along with children’s programming, new play workshops and a variety of special events for an annual audience exceeding 100,000.
Long Wharf Theatre, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, Connecticut
Before the performance, attendees are invited to dine as a group at Olea Restaurant, at 39 High Street in New Haven. We have reservations for 6:30 pm.
Located just off Chapel Street in the heart of downtown New Haven, Olea offers an innovative interpretation of Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant explores these flavors in its food, wine, and cocktails. Chef Manuel Romero’s acclaimed cuisine has been praised as “creative, beautifully prepared” by The New York Times, and Fairfield County Foodie just raved “Chef Romero has an incredible knack of taking familiar Spanish/Mediterranean ingredients and flavors and translating them into stunning and sophisticated dishes that delight all your senses.” Olea may be reached at 203.780.8925
Olea, 39 High Street, New Haven, Connecticut