Tea and Sympathy – Theater with a purpose

For those of you in New York City, check out Ripple Effect’s production of Robert Anderson’s “Tea and Sympathy.” This play asks the question, “What Does it Mean to be a Man?”  A significant amount of the box office proceeds will be benefiting the Trevor Project: an organization dedicated to preventing suicide amongst LGBT youth.

Ripple Effect  is dedicated to creating a connected, loving, communicative, and compassionate world through staged theatre works that offer an inquiry into the human condition. Combining the partnering with organizations that make a difference in human rights and mounting these shows globally, we dare our audience to take action, creating a RIPPLE EFFECT in the larger community and world.

Event Details:

Dates: February 29th-March 4th.  All shows at 8pm with 3 pm shows on March 3rd and 4th.
Place: Beckman Theatre.  314 w. 54th st between 8th and 9th ave, 2nd fl.
Tickets:$20/ticket, $15/ticket for a group of 10 or more.

Click here to purchase tickets.

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