Night Sky is 68% sold!!

August 21, 2008

Previews for Night Sky begin next week! Five public performances are already sold out, the four student matinees are booked, and overall we are 68% sold! You can purchase tickets at www.moolelo.net or 619-342-7395.
 
Thursday, August 28, 7:30 PM PREVIEW – SOLD OUT (San Diego Brain Injury Foundation)
Friday, August 29, 7:30 PM PREVIEW – SOLD OUT (San Diego Brain Injury Foundation)
Saturday, August 30, 7:30 PM PREVIEW – Very Limited Availability
Sunday, August 31, 2:30 PM PREVIEW – Very Limited Availability
Wednesday, September 3, 7:00 PM PREVIEW – Very Limited Availability
Thursday, September 4, 7:30 PM PREVIEW – Limited Availability
Friday, September 5, 7:30 PM OPENING – SOLD OUT
Saturday, September 6, 7:30 PM – Very Limited Availability
Sunday, September 7, 2:30 PM – SOLD OUT (Survivors Rehabilitation Foundation)
Friday, September 12, 7:30 PM – Very Limited Availability
Saturday, September 13, 7:30 PM – Good Availability
Sunday, September 14, 2:30 PM – Good Availability
Friday, September 19, 7:30 PM – SOLD OUT (Torrey Pines Bank)
Saturday, September 20, 7:30 PM – Good Availability
Sunday, September 21, 2:30 PM – Good Availability
 
About Night Sky:
A play by Susan Yankowitz
Directed by Siobhan Sullivan
August 27 – September 21, 2008
Mo`olelo in Residence at La Jolla Playhouse
Tickets: Previews $15 – $18; Regular Performances $22- $27
619-342-7395, www.moolelo.net
Cast: Seema Sueko*, Tom Andrew*, Bibi Valderrama, Nicole Gabriella Scipione*, Brian Mackay, Justin Snavely
Stage Manager: Tareena D. Wimbish*
Designers: David F. Weiner, Jason Bieber, Paul Peterson, Jeannie Galioto
 
Holes – in – talking. Heart – in – jail.
Night Sky is the story of Anna, a brilliant astronomer. When a car accident renders her aphasic, her speech becomes a hodgepodge of disconnected words alternately poetic, funny, confusing and profound. She and her family must fight through the black holes of her mind and journey from her night sky into an unfamiliar world and a new language. A moving story about the resiliency of the human spirit and the universal need to find words to communicate our deepest thoughts and feelings.
 
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