Stick Fly Adds Performances!

by:  Todd Williams at 02/26/2010

Due to overwhelming ticket demand we have added an additional 10 performances of Stick Fly, March 7 and 21, and March 23 - 28. That's only about 3700 seats - so get them while they last.We are also taking stand by ticket reservations for performances that are currently sold out. Call the box office at 617 266-0800, Tuesday - Sunday 12-7p,  for more information. Buy online 24/7 here.

 
Left to right: Rosie Benton, Nikkole Salter, Lydia Diamond, and Tom Ashbrook. Photo WBUR

Today's on WBUR and NPR's ON POINT featured a conversation (above) with Lydia R. Diamond, Tom Ashbrook, Kenny Leon, and cast members Rosie Benton and Nikkole Salter. Listen in here.

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