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Bring a Group to George Street Playhouse and Save 20%
Group to GSP and Save BIG!
George Street Playhouse has announced its 2023-24
productions. Our 50th season will include five outstanding
productions, with three world premieres! With performances at
The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center in New Brunswick, NJ, our
golden anniversary year is sure to be one of the best in our
history, and not to be missed!
We are excited to give you and your community the
opportunity to attend as a group of 10 or more and save 20%.
For more information and to reserve tickets, please contact us at
732-258-7560 and email@example.com
to reserve tickets.
The season kicks off on September 26, 2023, with The
Pianist, brilliantly adapted for the stage by acclaimed
playwright and director Emily Mann. Based on the book of the same
name by Wladyslaw Szpilman, The Pianist is Szpilman’s
harrowing account of the annihilation of Jewish life in Warsaw
during World War II and his remarkable survival through the
transcendent power of music. His memoir inspired an Oscar-winning
film – and now acclaimed Playwright/Director Emily Mann has crafted
an innovative, immersive play with music that delivers this
terrifying and triumphant tale with soul-shaking power and
thrilling theatrical immediacy.
Shortly following is Having Our Say, By
Emily Mann. Adapted from the book by Sarah L.
Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany, with Amy Hill Hearth
Having Our Say is an
enthralling full-length play based on the bestselling book by
Sarah (Sadie) Delany and Elizabeth (Bessie) Delany. This powerful
production revolves around the remarkable lives of African American sisters, Sadie and Bessie Delany, who both surpass the age of 100.
Their extraordinary journey unfolds as they share their personal
experiences, which include growing up as the daughters of a former
slave who became a respected professor, establishing successful
careers, and integrating a New York suburb.
During its celebrated run on Broadway, Having
Our Say captivated audiences and received a Tony Award
nomination for Best Play. Through this powerful adaptation of the
Delany sisters' book, audiences are invited to witness a compelling
tale that transcends race and gender, offering a profound
reflection on American history as seen through the eyes of two