Mixed Magic Theater's "Moby Dick: Then and Now"

WHEN: Wednesday, September 05, 2012 to Thursday, September 06, 2012 at 7:30PM - 9:30PM

WEDNESDAY EVENING'S PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. If you have purchased tickets for Wednesday's performance they will be honored on Thursday evening.

Mixed Magic Theatre based in Pawtucket, Rhode Island's beautiful Hope Artiste Village, brings us "Moby Dick: Then and Now." Their performance is a "Page-to-Stage adaptation of the classic novel combining the original text with a modern tale of obsession, vengeance and the realities of big business on the American landscape." For the past decade, the Company has strived to bring diverse stories and images to the stage through prose and song, tackling well-known dramatics as well as original theatrical productions. Under the leadership of new Artistic Director Jonathan Pitts-Wiley, Mixed Magic Theatre continues to pursue excellence and remains committed to its mission: Building more literate and arts-active communities.

Tickets: $20 General, $10 Students

To learn more about Mixed Magic Theatre and to buy tickets visit their website http://mmtri.com/ or call (401) 305.7333


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