Theater Wit: Box Office

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by Joshua Harmon
directed by Jeremy Wechsler
Theater Two
Theater Wit

THIRD EXTENSION! NOW THROUGH 6/23

Bill and Sherri Mason are the headmaster and head of admissions respectively of Hillcrest, a second-tier New Hampshire boarding school. When this very liberal, very progressive couple arrived 15 years ago, the student population at Hillcrest was 94 percent white. Deeply committed to diversity, Sherri has boosted the number of students of color from six to 18 percent, a figure she still considers embarrassingly low. However, Bill and Sherri’s dedication to diversity is put to the test when their son Charlie, an outstanding Hillcrest student who has dreamed of attending Yale since he was a child, learns his application has been deferred...

Fresh from its premiere last year at Lincoln Center, Admissions is a funny, sharp-witted, devastating and shockingly blunt about toxic whiteness and privilege. Like Harmon’s earlier plays Bad Jews and Significant Other, it will be a show you can’t stop talking about.


Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes with no intermission

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[1] Preview Performance, Theater Wit style. Our previews start in the middle of our rehearsal process. Is the set complete? Maybe! Do we stop the show? Maybe! Come and help us form the final product. Join us for a post-show response session and then get a discount if you want to return and see the finished product during the regular run.

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[1] Preview Performance, Theater Wit style. Our previews start in the middle of our rehearsal process. Is the set complete? Maybe! Do we stop the show? Maybe! Come and help us form the final product. Join us for a post-show response session and then get a discount if you want to return and see the finished product during the regular run.

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