Darn, this deal has expired.
From September 28-October 21, 2012, Night Blooms will be at the November Theatre (formerly the Empire).
The quick summary: “In 1965 Selma, Alabama, a night-blooming Cereus comes to life on the porch as an historic movement marches forward in the streets. And in the Stafford home, an unexpected visitor changes the lives of two families forever, proving that personal ties are more intricate than politics, and that true social change demands love, humor, and grace.”
Want to see it on the cheap? You’ve got a few ways to save:
- The September 23 & 27 editions of the Richmond Times-Dispatch will include a coupon good for $8 off tickets to opening weekend performances of Night Blooms (September 26-30).
- College & high school students can purchase U-Tix tickets for $10 each.
The November Theatre is located at 114 West Broad Street, Richmond.
FYI: Over the next few months, the Virginia Repertory Theatre will be videotaping personal memories associated with the civil rights movement. The first session will be held from 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. today, Friday, September 21, and 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 22, at Willow Lawn. If you want to participate, call 804-282-2620 to reserve your spot (interviews should last about 15 minutes).