Olympia Dukakis in a Concert Reading of Rose Presented by Strathmore Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 8:00 PM Music Center at Strathmore
Oscar winner (Moonstruck) Olympia Dukakis creates an indelible performance in the story of a feisty Jewish woman who, with humor, guile and spirit, survived some of the major events that shaped the 20th century. Dukakis has performed the play to rave reviews in London, on Broadway, and around the world. “An astonishing feat. In the pain of her recollections, speckled with dry wit and the flash of a smile, she gives moving voice to a lost generation” (The Times, London).
Tickets $26 - $70 (Stars $23.40 - $63)
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In addition to the standard seating, wheelchair & companion seating is also available online for this performance. To purchase standard, wheelchair, or companion seating please select your desired seating method above.
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Additional Seating for Patrons with Disabilities: Strathmore has aisle seats with moveable armrests for patrons who wish to transfer to a fixed theater seat. The Concert Hall also has chairs without arms to be used in the boxes for patrons who request a wider chair. Seating close to the stage is available for patrons with visual impairments. For any of these seating accommodations, please contact the Strathmore Ticket Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 581-5100 or via Maryland Relay Services for MD residents at 711 or out of state at (800) 735-2258. We strongly recommend all accommodation requests be made at least 2 weeks in advance of the performance.