Special Community Event:
Irondale and The Park Slope Food Coop International Trade Education Squad (ITES) are pleased to have you and one guest join us for a ‘music stand reading’ of “SWEAT”, the Pulitzer Prize winning play by Brooklyn’s own Lynn Nottage – about the effects of ‘NAFTA’ on unionized workers in Reading, PA, from 2000 to 2008.
RSVP appreciated to firstname.lastname@example.org
Doors will open at 7 PM – Please be prompt
* To ensure your reservation now, use Go Fund Me: https://bit.ly/2nkEqw4
Your reserved seats will be held until 7:15. General Admission seats will then be available on a first-come-first-served basis. No one will be admitted after 7:30.
* A voluntary, anonymous contribution will be accepted at the beginning of the show:
$5, $10, $20, $35, $50 as your economy permits in cash please.
October 28 & November 4 | Monday at 7pm
85 South Oxford Street
What they Say
“To play together we must learn to speak each other’s language. And by playing together we begin to break doI just saw Irondale’s production of Brecht’s Galileo. Riveting theater in an amazing space! A terrific show- science and facts under fire- stellar acting and great live music!wn insecurities we may have that come from not understanding. We can actually teach each other in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere—an atmosphere of joy, play and healthy competition.”Google ReviewerAudience Member
“Fabulous! See it!”Jeff MarkerAudience Member
- 02.22.19 – BK Reader – In Times of Lies and Polarized Politics, Irondale’s ‘Galileo’ Goes on a Quest for Truth
- 02.22.19 – The Theatre Times – Subtle and Striking, Irondale’s Timely “The Life of Galileo” is Epic Theater