In the last few months, you may have noticed the tag #GoSeePlays being used a lot on our social media profiles. What’s up with that?
Our favorite part about working in New York City is the massive community of artists constantly working on cool projects. It feels like every street you walk down has a play, an installation, a one-person show, or a musical inviting you to take a seat. This can be at once inspiring and a little overwhelming. With so many choices, where do you begin? And when you leave a theatre with that feeling in your chest that the world must see this show, how do you let everyone know?
We felt the same way. So we started using #GoSeePlays as a way of collecting all the things we see that we want you to know about. We wanted an easy way for friends, colleagues, collaborators, audience members, and theatres alike to spread the word about the shows that excite and inspire them. We encourage you to join in!
Snapped a cool pic of your Playbill in a Broadway theatre?
Want to let everyone know about your friend’s downtown show that you loved?
How about that wild, immersive show in that Brooklyn warehouse?
Sound good so far, but don’t know where to begin? Well on June 18th at 8:00pm Co-Artistic Director of Fault Line Theatre, Aaron Rossini, has invited a large group of friends and collaborators to join him in attending Lesser America’s production of in a word at the Cherry Lane Theatre in the West Village for his 36th birthday (yeah, he’s that old). We love Lesser America’s work and we think you will too. You can purchase your tickets here. No discount code. No special promotion. No fancy-schmancy panel or talkback with the cast. Simply come see a play with us. Go celebrate Aaron. Go celebrate theatre. Go See Plays.
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