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4.48 Psychosis (presented by Second Stage)

Shelby Arnold ’12 invites you to see Second Stage’s “4.48 Psychosis”:

Clinical Depression. Suicide. Love. Loss. Medication. Isolation. (In)Dependence.

Seating is extremely limited (moreso than usual Second Stage shows) so please get your tickets early and show up early to guarantee seats. Tickets are available day of show at the Usdan Box office.

Please note: This show contains extremely sensitive material relating to depression, suicide, violence and self-harm. It is dark, disturbing, and may be graphic to some audience members.

Date(s): Tonight to Saturday, the 28th
Time: 7-8 p.m.
’92 theater
 Free, but needs a ticket (available at Box office the day of show)

“How I Learned to Drive” up this weekend

With great apologies to Ms. Arnold ’12 for the tardiness of the post:

A comedic drama chronicling a series of childhood memories from not-so-perfect family dynamics, to self discovery, to survival. Written by Paula Vogel.

Tickets free and are available day-of-show at the Usdan Box Office. Get them early, limited seating!

Time: 7 pm
Dates: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 1, 2, 3
Place: ’92 Theater
Cost: Free
Face: Book
Info on the show and cast after the jump.