$20 NEW DEAL TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR WILL ENO’S GNIT (SPONSORED)

GET A NEW DEAL TICKET TO ANY PERFORMANCE FOR JUST $20!*
If you are 30 years old or under OR a full-time student of any age, use promo code NEWDEALSKINT for a $20 New Deal ticket (up to a $100 value). ONE ID PER TICKET, FOR OTHER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS – SEE BELOW.

NEW DEAL NIGHT: THURSDAY, MARCH 12
Following the 7:30pm performance of Gnit, join us on Thursday, March 12 at 9:30pm for a free post-show party with drinks, light refreshments, and good conversation! New Deal night is free and open to anyone 30 and under, or a full-time student of any age, with or without a ticket to that night’s performance. RSVP here and buy your $20 New Deal ticket here using code NEWDEALSKINT*.

NEW DEAL PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN PERFORMANCE: TUESDAY, MARCH 24
A limited number of New Deal tickets will be distributed at 6:30pm for as little as one penny for the 7:30pm performance of Gnit. Tickets are first come, first served; cash only; and limited to one per person. You must be 30 and under or a full-time student of any age with valid ID to qualify.

SINGLE TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR ANYONE FOR $65** WITH CODE SKINT65!

TFANA.ORG or 866-811-4111

ABOUT THE PLAY


Peter Gnit, a new version of Ibsen’s heroic character Peer Gynt, is a carefree young man on a reckless search for Experience and the True Self. Armed with tales from his mother of his early greatness and his absent father, he heads out into the world. Like all true stories of human endeavor and adventure, Gnit is part horror story, part fairy tale, and part road movie. A timely reckoning with received notions of Rugged Initialism and the self-made person. Come see how it all turns out.

Playwright Will Eno‘s recent plays include The Realistic Joneses (Broadway), which won a 2014 Drama Desk Award and was named USA Today’s “Best Play on Broadway.” The Paris premiere of Juste Les Jones, will be directed for the stage by documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman. The Open House (Signature Theater) won the 2014 Obie Award, the Lortel Award for Outstanding Play, and a Drama Desk Award, and was one of Time Magazine’s Top 10 Plays of the Year. Will wrote the book for the award-winning 2019 Skittles Commercial: the Broadway Musical.

Director Oliver Butler‘s recent productions include What The Constitution Means To Me, which won a 2019 Tony Award nomination for Best Play. He has collaborated with Will Eno on the first NYC revival of Thom Pain (Signature Theater, starring Michael C. Hall) and The Open House (Signature Theater, Lortel Best Play, Obie Award); and The Plot (Yale Rep). He is a Sundance Institute Fellow and a Bill Foeller Fellow. Oliver is co-artistic director of The Debate Society.

*ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: EACH NEW DEAL TICKET HOLDER MUST BE 30 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER, OR A FULL-TIME STUDENT. PURCHASE LIMIT IS TWO TICKETS PER PATRON – A VALID ID PROVING ELIGIBILITY MUST BE PRESENTED FOR EACH TICKET PURCHASED. IDs must be presented at the TFANA Box Office beginning one hour prior to curtain. Failure to show proof of age or student ID will result in a surcharge for a full price ticket. All sales are final — no refunds. All orders containing New Deal tickets will be held at the box office.

** $65 ticket discount offer expires 03/29/2020. Full price up to $100. Subject to availability. All internet and phone orders are subject to a handling fee. The offer may be discontinued at any time. Not valid for previous purchases.

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