Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Discount Theatre Tickets: "100 Saints You Should Know"

The good people of Playwrights Horizons are once again kind enough to offer a discount to my blog readers. And so:

A New Play by Kate Fodor
at Playwrights Horizons

August 24-September 30, 2007

Theresa (Janel Moloney) cleans the rectory of the local parish to support her unruly teenage daughter (Zoe Kazan). When its priest (Jeremy Shamos) leaves the church under uncertain circumstances and returns home to his protective mother (Lois Smith), Theresa finds herself compelled to pursue him. One eventful night joins them all, forcing a reckoning with the broken memories and shaken faith that divides them — and the discovery of a shared, tenuous common ground. Written by Kate Fodor (Hannah and Martin) and directed by Ethan McSweeny (Broadway revival of The Best Man, Never the Sinner), 100 Saints also features the distinguished cast of two-time Tony Award nominee and Drama Desk winner Lois Smith (The Trip to Bountiful), two-time Emmy Award nominee Janel Moloney (TV's "The West Wing"), Zoe Kazan (Sam Mendes' upcoming film "Revolutionary Road"), Obie Award winner Jeremy Shamos (Gutenberg! The Musical!), and Will Rogers.

Save over 35% when your order by September 18th!
$40 (Regular $65) for all performances August 24th through September 2nd.
$50 (Regular $65) for all performances September 4th through September 30th.
Performances Tuesday through Friday at 8 PM, Saturday at 2 and 8 PM,
and Sunday at 2:30 and 7:30 PM.

To Order: 1. Online at or and use the code SABL. 2. Call Ticket Central at (212) 279-4200 (Noon to 8 PM daily) and mention the code SABL when ordering. 3. In person by visiting our box office (Noon to 8 PM daily) at 416 West 42nd Street (between 9th and 10th) and mention the code SABL.


  1. HOW I wish I lived in NYC.....


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  3. Ack! Sorry about that last comment, Cheryl! I thought I was on somebody else's blog. :-)

  4. I'm not sure if you've seen this before:

    It's so interesting! I thought you'd appreciate it.

  5. I wish I were in NYC, too. Love the title of this play.