Brian Jacobson

Special “pay what you can” for opening of Cherry Orchard

By - Apr 13th, 2009 01:46 pm

The Milwaukee Repertory Theater indicates on its website that first two opening performances of “The Cherry Orchard” by Anton Chekhov will be “pay what you can” starting with a $5 minimum available just two hours before curtain. It’s a chance to see this Tuesday, Apr. 14 or Wednesday Apr. 15 evening for some great theater in Milwaukee by a good company of actors for possibly a fraction of the usual cost.

Contact The Rep’s box office (414-224-9490)  for more information, and stayed tuned to TCD for a future review of this staging.

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