GENERAL ADMISSION

$30 / ticket Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday
$35 / ticket Thursday - Saturday

$15 Student Rush—Two tickets per valid student ID. Cash only at the door. Subject to availability and discretion of the house. Sign- up list available one half-hour before curtain.

Vendini Ticket Line:  (888) 596-1027

Please inquire about group sales. Contact info@andbabymakesseven.com
PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday at 7pm
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8pm
Special Saturday matinee, April 12, 3pm
MARCH 11 - APRIL 12, 2014
ASL interpreted performance
Tuesday, March 25 at 7pm
Join us for BABY TALK: 
special Wednesday post-show conversations.

Participants include: Gabriel Blau, Daniel Alexander Jones, Jordan Harrison, Pam MacKinnon, Pauline Park, David Savran, Pamela Sneed, Alisa Solomon, Sarah Ruhl, Mark Brokaw, and more!

Details on participants and themes below!


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Wednesday Night Post-Show  Conversations
on themes related to both Paula Vogel's career as a playwright and teacher as well as topics touched on in And Baby Makes Seven.

BABY TALK produced by Gwynn MacDonald, Loren Noveck, & Purpleman Theater Company.

March 12th: The Oldest Profession: Mentoring a Generation of Playwrights
Join “Paula’s children” for a discussion of how one playwright and master teacher has helped shape the landscape of American theater and the careers of a generation of writers

Playwrights scheduled to appear: Christina Anderson, Mia Chung, Daniel Alexander Jones, Jordan Harrison, Honor Molloy, Sylvan Oswald, and Sarah Ruhl. Moderator: Loren Noveck

March 19th: How I Learned to Drive: Revving Up a Revival
​A conversation about the challenges of directing iconic works and imaginary children, with Tony Award-winner Pam MacKinnon (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) and Marc Stuart Weitz (And Baby Makes Seven)

Moderator: Gwynn MacDonald

March 26th: Hot ‘n’ Throbbing: Queer New York from 1980s to Today
Artists and activists reflect upon 30 years of LGBTQ life in NYC.

Scheduled to appear: Lisa Haas, Pauline Park, Stephanie Schroeder, Pamela Sneed, and more TBA. Moderator: Jordan Schildcrout

April 2nd: Baltimore Waltz through Paula Vogel’s Body of Work
Distinguished scholar David Savran joins award-winning director Mark Brokaw and theatre critic Alisa Solomon in conversation.

Scheduled to appear: Mark Brokaw, David Savran, and Alisa SolomonModerator: Loren Noveck

April 9th: The Long [Legislative] Ride Home: Equality—Are We There Yet?
Personal and policy perspectives on the state of LGBTQ family rights.

Scheduled to appear: Gabriel Blau (Executive Director, Family Equality Council), Anthony M. Brown (Time for Families/The Wedding Party), Bobby Hodgson (NYCLU), Dan Pichinson, Dan Robles (co-parents), Susan Sommer (Lambda Legal Foundation), and Judith TurkelModerator: Gwynn MacDonald

All performances at New Ohio Theatre
154 Christopher Street
b/t Greenwich Street and Washington Street
in Manhattan's West Village
Running time: 100 min. (includes intermission)