The King’s Theatrical Society Presents
Directed by Robbie Dryer
Produced by Kate Ingman and Christian Laroche
Widely considered the greatest Yiddish drama, S. Ansky’s A Dybbuk is the story of Leah, the daughter of a wealthy Jewish man, possessed by the soul of her true love on the day of her arranged marriage. This highly lyrical play touches on universal themes of love and justice with a supernatural bent.
This show will take place in the Pit at the University of King’s College from March 27 to March 30 at 8pm. Doors to the Pit will open at 7:45.
Tickets are pay-what-you-can starting at $5 for students and $10 for general admission. Reserve online and pay at the door. Box office opens in the A&A lobby at 7:00, at this time you can pay for pre-ordered tickets, all tickets that are not picked up by 7:45 automatically become rush tickets.
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