Twenty Seven

Twenty Seven2
By Edward Morgan
Adapted from "Old Man" by William Faulkner
February 14, 2014 - March 02, 2014

A great storm has caused the levees to burst on the mighty Mississippi resulting in a flood of biblical proportions. A prisoner from a penal colony is entrusted to pilot a small raft into the heart of the mayhem to save who he can. When he pulls a young pregnant woman from the limb of a tree, the unlikely pair embarks on a nine-week journey in which they face the perils of the Big Muddy and others who would do them harm.

 


 What people are saying...

 

 "While ASF has the premiere, the quality of the play and the performance make it clear that this won’t be the last stop for “Twenty Seven,” which likely will be performed by theaters throughout the country." (Rick Harmon, The Montgomery Advertiser) Read Full Review 

Pricing

Ticket prices vary based on play, date, and availability of seating. Check each play for individual pricing.  All attendees including children must have a ticket regardless of age. Service charges are already included in the prices listed below.

Prices are subject to change. The prices today are: 

Opening, ages 6 & up:

Offical Opening Performance: February 14 at 7:30 pm

Anywhere-$30

Regular Price, ages 17 & Up:

Feb. 14 - Mar. 2
Zone 1 - Premium Seating - $60
Zone 2 - Exceptional Seating - $55

Youth, ages 6 - 16:

Anywhere - $30


ASF offers $35 tickets to students ages 17 and up, high school or college, for any regular performance 1 hour before the start of the show at the box office. Students must present a valid school ID at the box office and are limited to two tickets in Zone 2.

ASF offers a 10% discount on regular priced tickets to AAA members, on tickets for patrons ages 65 and older, and on tickets for active and retired military. Call the box office to claim your discount at 1.800.841.4273. Discounts must be claimed at the time of purchase. ASF does not offer refunds. 


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