Win FREE tickets to see HELLO AGAIN, the new production by Transport Group Theatre Company.
Plus, all NewFest members receive a $5.00 discount with code TGNEWFEST
20 Lovers. 10 Affairs. 1 Century.
Experience the world of Michael John LaChiusa’s Hello Again: the passion, sex, and power of 10 love affairs, one from each decade of the 20th Century. Witness The Whore, The Young Thing, The Senator, The Soldier and others as they navigate each new sexual entanglement. Love and desire clash as each character seeks elusive connections.
Be sure to send an email with subject line NEWFEST RAFFLE to email@example.com by noon Wednesday, March 9th to get your chance at winning 2 free tickets for the March 10th performance at 8PM!
More about the Play
Inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s controversial 1897 play, La Ronde, 5-time Tony Award nominee Michael John LaChiusa brings Schnitzler’s love stories to life with musical and lyrical styles of each decade, ranging from opera to jazz to disco. Transport Group’s production, the first New York City revival of Hello Again, will feature new orchestrations by Drama Desk Award winner Mary-Mitchell Campbell (Company) and will be staged non-traditionally in a raw space in SoHo by 2-time Drama Desk Award nominee Jack Cummings III (The Boys in the Band).
52 Mercer Street, between Grand & Broome
Tickets $35 with code TGNEWFEST
Regularly $40 – valid on General Admission tickets during the following performances: March 4 – March 19 & March 26 at 10:30pm; excludes March 12
Premium Seats available $48
Enter code TGNEWFEST at checkout
Alan Campbell, Blake Daniel, Nikka Graff Lanzarone, Jonathan Hammond, Rachel Bay Jones, Robert Lenzi, Alexandra Silber, Elizabeth Stanley, Bob Stillman and Max von Essen
Tuesday – Sunday @8pm
Additional performance Mon., 3/7 @8pm
No performance 3/8
Sat., 3/12 @7pm
Sat., 3/26 @7pm & 10:30pm
Box office open 24 hours online,
Theatre Box Office open 1 hour prior to curtain
Major support provided by The Shen Family Foundation
Produced in association with Sarah Ackerman
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council