Nu Sass Productions Presents
43 ½: The Greatest Deaths of Shakespeare’s Tradgedies
“Here the famous question “To be or not to be?” only ends one way.”
October 20 – November 13
Nu Sass’s 2016 “Season of Remounts” concludes with our 2013 Fringe Festival favorite 43 1/2: The Greatest Deaths of Shakespeare’s Tragedies. Join us for the guts, glory, and stabby bits of Shakespeare’s 43 (and 1/2) best tragic deaths.
There will be new scenes, new fights, and a new drinking game. There will still be all the Shakespeare, blood, and bad puns. There will also be pie. (And blood).
Join the original cast as they once again take up sword and supersoaker in the name of The Bard’s best deaths – a fitting homage in the 400th year celebration of his death, and just in time for Halloween.
Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased online at https://www.capitalfringe.org/events/843-43-1-2-fringe-theatre, by calling 866-811-4111, or at the door.
General admission is $30 and we offer significant discounts for groups of 4 or more, industry professionals, military, students, and Trinidad / H Street neighbors.
Directed by Sun King Davis
Starring: Jenna Berk, Ricardo Frederick Evans*, Bess Kaye, Aubri O’Connor, and Danny Rovin
*Equity actors are appearing under an exclusive arrangement with Actors’ Equity Association
October 20 – November 13
Thursdays – Saturdays, 7:30p
Logan Fringe Art Space – Trinidad Theatre
1358 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC, 20002.
The Noma-Gallaudet U/New York Ave Metro Station
D8, D3, D4, X1, X2, X9, X3, X8, B2
1358 NE has bike racks outside the front entrance on Florida Ave NE.
Capital Bikeshare stations: Neal St & Trinidad Ave NE to the north, 13th & H St NE to the southwest, Bladensburg Rd & Benning Rd NE to the southeast.
DC Street Car
Free to ride until October 2016.
It does not run on Sundays.
The nearest stop is 13th and H Street NE (4 min walk).
ABOUT NU SASS PRODUCTIONS
Nu Sass Productions strives to encourage women in all aspects of theater, especially in those roles traditionally dominated by men. Nu Sass seeks to offer women opportunities to expand the roles they take on in the theater and try new things. Nu Sass explores how putting female actors into roles originally written for men can change the overall experience for the audience. Above all, Nu Sass aims to create engaging, thought-provoking art while being a responsible local and global citizen.
Nu Sass Productions was founded by Aubri O’Connor and Emily Todd in 2009 and is a 501c3 organization. Our Artistic Director is Aubri O’Connor. Our Resident Director is Angela Kay Pirko. Our Associate Producer is Clare Shaffer. Our Production Manager is Becky Mezzanotte. Our Director Emeritus is Emily Todd.