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31Jan
WHO IS EARTHA MAE? A One-Woman Show About Eartha Kitt
7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Boston Athenaeum
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Date: January 31, 2019 to January 31, 2019
Where: Boston Athenaeum, ½ Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 02108
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
Ticket Price: N/A
SYNOPSIS. This world premiere production brings an influential American icon to life.  Created and performed by Jade Wheeler, Who Is Eartha Mae integrates music and historical primary sources into an energetic night of cabaret-style theatre.  Directed by Cailin Doran.  ABOUT OUR TICKETING.   At Bridge Rep, we ask you to choose what you pay, based on the honor system and the following information: Subsidized Tickets. Because the arts should be accessible to everyone, we offer this lowest price point for students, seniors, other artists, or anyone else served by this offering. Full Price Tickets. We believe people are honest and honorable, and that those who can pay the industry standard price of admission will do so as a gesture of support of the arts and culture in our city.  True Cost Tickets. For ticket sales to cover both the material expenses associated with this performance, and the artist / manager fees currently commensurate with our budget, we'd have to sell every seat to every performance at this price point. For WHO IS EARTHA MAE, the entire show budget from which we calculate the True Cost price is $38,257.00. True Cost PLUS Tickets. For ticket sales to cover both the material expenses associated with this performance, and a minimum wage of $20 /hour, we'd have to sell every seat to every performance at this price point. For WHO IS EARTHA MAE, the entire show budget from which we calculate the True Cost PLUS price is $90,752.00. Optional Donation.  In light of the information above, please feel free to make an additional donation together with your ticket purchase. Preview Discount.  Preview nights are a transitional phase between rehearsal and the show's official opening. Audiences essentially see a hybrid rehearsal/performance, during which the director and her creative team gauge audience response, and identify changes they'd like to make to the show during the remaining daytime rehearsal hours. Because these performances are not "
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