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HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH: OUR VALUES IN QUESTION (REHEARSALS)

The Foundry Theatre : : World Premiere

Value Project

 


Attend open rehearsals for How Much Is Enough, and discover the community you never knew you had. The play itself is a series of questions posed to audience members that explores our fundamental concepts of value—what we value in our communities, our relations to money, how we view life and more. While illuminating the perspectives and experiences of other participants, the questions also spark realizations about yourself and your own values.

ArtsEmerson and The Foundry Theatre invite you to be a part of this extraordinary opportunity to shape a unique event that is part theatre and part conversation. All rehearsals are FREE of charge and take place at the Paramount Center (559 Washington Street). Contact Heidi Nelson at heidi_nelson@emerson.edu or 617.824.3089 with questions. We hope you can join us!

"You’re going to be fascinated by the things that are unearthed!” –Luke Jones, community participant

About The Foundry Theatre
Foundry productions have been critically recognized and honored with 10 Obie Awards and three Drama Desk nominations. In 2000, The Foundry received the Ross Wetzsteon Obie Award and most recently the national Peter Zeisler Award in recognition of "innovative practice and dedication to freedom of expression."

Special Thanks to ArtsEmerson’s audience outreach partner, Artists in Context.

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HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH: OUR VALUES IN QUESTION (REHEARSALS)

INVITATION ONLY REHEARSALS

AUG 18 - SEP 11

The Jackie Liebergott Black Box (“The Jackie”) at the Paramount Center

Box Office: 617.824.8400

SELECT YOUR REHEARSAL DATE

There are no more scheduled rehearsals for How Much Is Enough. To purchase tickets to a performance, please click here.


 

 

Writer:

Kirk Lynn

Co-Creater:

Melanie Joseph

Series:

Pioneer

Ages:

13+

Running Time:

TBA

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