A Co-Presentation by New Repertory Theatre and Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP)

Three Viewings

By Jeffrey Hatcher
Directed by Jim Petosa**
May 18 - 20, 2012
Boston University Theatre, Lane-Comley Studio 210

In Three Viewings, award-winning playwright Jeffrey Hatcher explores love, money, and loss in a trio of mordantly witty narratives. An infatuated man goes to extraordinary lengths in order to win a woman’s heart; a jewelry thief with a hidden secret reclaims a family heirloom; and a widow confronts the repercussions of her late husband’s wheeling and dealing. Hatcher weaves these three poignant tales into an evening of remarkable storytelling that is sure to entice and captivate you.

Three Viewings is compelling.
THE BOSTON GLOBE

Under the direction of Jim Petosa, the performances by these exemplary actors cut deep.
THE BOSTON GLOBE

Three Viewings is essential viewing.
NEW YORK MAGAZINE

Company
Cristina Todesco***, scenic design (MFA '04 - Boston University)
Molly Trainer***, costume design
Chris Brusberg, lighting design (BFA '08 - Boston University)
David Reiffel, sound design
Julie Tidemand, properties design
featuring Joel Colodner*,
Adrianne Krstansky*, and Christine Power*

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Cast (in alphabetical order)

Joel Colodner*, Emil
Adrianne Krstansky*, Virginia
Christine Power*, Mac

*member of Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
**member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, an independent national labor union
***member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829

Press

'Three Viewings' is compelling
Boston Globe

Three Viewings; Ultimate Christmas (abridged)
The Boston Phoenix

Four stars for 'Three Viewings'
The Hub Review

DEFEND YOURSELF: JIM PETOSA
The Weekly Dig

Three Viewings
The Edge

THREE VIEWINGS: Love, Loss, and What She Stole
BroadwayWorld.com

Three Viewings: Humor and Human Folly at the Graveside
The New England Theatre Geek

Performance Schedule:

Calendar

Tickets:

$35 General Admission

Discounts:
Tickets for subscribers and subscribers' guests: $5 off
Seniors (60 and over): $5 off
Student reservations (full-time students with valid ID): $15
BU Students: $10 (coupon code: 1112BUST)
BU Faculty/Staff: $15 (coupon code: 12BUFAC)
WGBH, WBUR members, and Mass. Teachers' Association members: $3 off
Circle of Friends Card: Buy 1, Get 1 Free
Student Rush (full-time students with valid ID): $11 tickets, cash only, available for purchase 30 minutes before curtain time in person at the Box Office (subject to availability).
All tickets are subject to fees. No retro-active or double discounts.