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February 2017

Waiting for Lefty & Severance

February 24, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, repeating until March 5, 2017

Connecticut Repetory Theatre, 802 Bolton Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269 United States
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$30.00

WAITING FOR LEFTY Clifford Odets’ passionate and politically-charged play Waiting for Lefty is a timeless piece of classic American theatre that you won’t readily forget. In 1930’s New York City the Great Depression takes full force and working families are put out on the streets to starve. As people fight for their lives, a union of cab drivers decide ‘no more’ and wait for their leader, Lefty Castello, to choose if they will strike or not. The demand for social…

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Waiting for Lefty & Severance

February 25, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, repeating until March 5, 2017

Connecticut Repetory Theatre, 802 Bolton Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269 United States
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$30.00

WAITING FOR LEFTY Clifford Odets’ passionate and politically-charged play Waiting for Lefty is a timeless piece of classic American theatre that you won’t readily forget. In 1930’s New York City the Great Depression takes full force and working families are put out on the streets to starve. As people fight for their lives, a union of cab drivers decide ‘no more’ and wait for their leader, Lefty Castello, to choose if they will strike or not. The demand for social…

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March 2017

Waiting for Lefty & Severance

March 2, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, repeating until March 5, 2017

Connecticut Repetory Theatre, 802 Bolton Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269 United States
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$30.00

WAITING FOR LEFTY Clifford Odets’ passionate and politically-charged play Waiting for Lefty is a timeless piece of classic American theatre that you won’t readily forget. In 1930’s New York City the Great Depression takes full force and working families are put out on the streets to starve. As people fight for their lives, a union of cab drivers decide ‘no more’ and wait for their leader, Lefty Castello, to choose if they will strike or not. The demand for social…

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Waiting for Lefty & Severance

March 3, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, repeating until March 5, 2017

Connecticut Repetory Theatre, 802 Bolton Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269 United States
+ Google Map
$30.00

WAITING FOR LEFTY Clifford Odets’ passionate and politically-charged play Waiting for Lefty is a timeless piece of classic American theatre that you won’t readily forget. In 1930’s New York City the Great Depression takes full force and working families are put out on the streets to starve. As people fight for their lives, a union of cab drivers decide ‘no more’ and wait for their leader, Lefty Castello, to choose if they will strike or not. The demand for social…

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Waiting for Lefty & Severance

March 4, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, repeating until March 5, 2017

Connecticut Repetory Theatre, 802 Bolton Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269 United States
+ Google Map
$30.00

WAITING FOR LEFTY Clifford Odets’ passionate and politically-charged play Waiting for Lefty is a timeless piece of classic American theatre that you won’t readily forget. In 1930’s New York City the Great Depression takes full force and working families are put out on the streets to starve. As people fight for their lives, a union of cab drivers decide ‘no more’ and wait for their leader, Lefty Castello, to choose if they will strike or not. The demand for social…

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