Lincoln Center Theater Cancels Oct. 28-29 Evening Performances of Disgraced
28 Oct 2012
Due to the impending storm and the shutdown of New York City's transit system beginning at 7 PM Oct. 28, Lincoln Center Theater has canceled its Oct. 28-29 evening performances of Disgraced at the Claire Tow Theater.
The 2 PM matinee will be performed as scheduled Oct. 28.
Ticket holders to the evening performances should return their tickets to the point of purchase for a refund or exchange.
The LCT3 production of Disgraced, a new play by Ayad Akhtar which opened to strong reviews Oct. 22, was recently extended through Dec. 2 at the Claire Tow Theater. Aasif Mandvi and Heidi Armbruster co-star in the tense, 90-minute drama where a dinner party is derailed over politics and religion.
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