Watch Tennesse Williams's The Two-Character Play with tickets to performances through September 29, plus a free drink

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Offer highlights:

  • Two stories, two stars and two unforgettable performances: Get 24% off tickets to the highly anticipated production of Tennesse Williams's The Two-Character Play for performances through September 29. Your ticket also includes a free drink, with your choice of wine, beer, liquor or soda.
  • Reality and fantasy are interwoven with terrifying power as a brother-and-sister duo, both actors on tour, find themselves deserted by their troupe. Faced with an audience expecting a performance, they enact The Two-Character Play and consequently find it difficult to differentiate reality from illusion.
  • See Tony Award winner Amanda Plummer and Academy Award nominee Brad Dourif unite their white-hot talents in this play that's at once haunting, provocative and often funny.

Ticket pricing:

  • Mezzanine seating: $54.75 (regularly $72.50)
  • Orchestra seating: $69.75 (regularly $92.50)

To purchase tickets:

  • Click here and enter promo code CPTNYDRK6 to receive 24% off tickets to performances through September 29, 2013.

Need to know:

  • Offer is valid for performances through September 29, 2013. Subject to availability; not valid on prior purchases.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Blackout dates and restrictions may apply.
  • Appropriate for children ages 14+. Must be 21+ to drink. All sales are final. Nonrefundable and nontransferable.
  • Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice. Standard service fees apply to Internet orders.


New World Stages
340 W 50th St, New York, NY, 10019


"My most beautiful play since 'A Streecar Named Desire'"

Tennessee Williams

"Plummer and Dourif don’t just strike sparks, they’re a raging conflagration."

The New York Times

"Revelatory. In a time of cookie-cutter theater, ‘The Two-Character Play’ stands out. Few can do cray-cray like these two."

The New York Post

"Plummer has a feral magnetism."

Time Out New York