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Feb172014

The Lyons opens at Brüka Theatre February 28th 2014

Updated on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 03:05PM by Registered CommenterMary Bennett

Tickets available online at brownpapertickets.com
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/475293 

BRÜKA THEATRE 21st CENTURY THEATRE ART

THE LYONS

Dysfunction Reigns In This Acerbic Black Comedy

Written by Nicky Silver     Directed by La Ronda Etheridge

February 28  March 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 19A, 20, 21, 22  2014 at 8 PM 

Sunday Matinee: March 9, 2014 at 2 PM

*Wednesday Artist Night.  $10 for Artists, Teachers and Students

Reno, NV.  March 2014 roars in with The Lyons. A deliciously savage and sentimental new comedy written by Nicky Silver that recently delighted Broadway audiences and earned a Drama Desk Award Nomination for outstanding play.  This is an intimate, frightening and often hilarious examination of how we cope with loneliness and disappointment.

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Tuesday
Feb112014

007 Bohemia. Friday.  2.14.14

Tuesday
Jan212014

Stage Beauty Matinee moved to February 9th, 2014  

Hi friends - we have moved our February 2nd (Superbowl) matinee to February 9th at 2 PM.  The matinee will be followed by a talkback with the company.

Saturday
Jan042014

Winter Season Ticket Special 2014

Call the Box Office at 775.323.3221 to make arrangements. 

Tuesday
Dec312013

The Compleat Female Stage Beauty Opens January 17, 2014 at Bruka

BRÜKA THEATRE 21st CENTURY THEATRE ART

STAGE BEAUTY

Written by Jeffrey Hatcher     Directed by Bill Ware

Exile is a Dreadful Thing For One Who Knows His Rightful Place. 

January 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 February 1, 5A*, 6, 7, 8 2014 at 8 PM 

Sunday Matinee:  February 2 2014 at 2 PM

*Wednesday Artist Night.  $10 for Artists & Teachers

Reno, NV.   Playing January 17 through February 8, 2014, Bill Ware directs The Compleat Female Stage Beauty.  In this dramatic comedy written by Jeffrey Hatcher, the rich territory of the English theatre is explored.  In 1661 the most famous portrayer of female roles on the London stage was a performer named "Kynaston." Like every other player permitted to enact such roles, Kynaston was a man. He's the toast of the town and the very secret "mistress" of the Duke of Buckingham. But when an unknown named Margret Hughes plays Desdemona one night at an illegal theater, instead of stopping the show, the ever-game King Charles II changes the law to allow women to act. By the stroke of a pen, Kynaston's world is turned upside-down.  Thanks to the support of a generous patron, the costumes in Bruka’s production of Stage Beauty are from The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and styled by Lady Hull. 

Season Tickets are now on sale.  Reservations are available through our box office at (775) 323-3221.

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