Monday, February 23, 2009

Jane Fonda Comes to Broadway-Need Tickets?

I am going with my wife and some friends to see Jane Fonda at The Eugene O'Neill Theater this Wednesday night February 24, 2009. I can't wait as this is the first time Ms. Fonda appears on a Broadway stage in 46 years. She is 71 years old now. This show is going to be an interesting one. It's called 33 Variations.

Ms. Fonda plays a musicologist with ALS disease hoping to solve a mystery-why Ludwig van Beethoven spent most of his final years being "tone-deaf" and writing 33 small masterpieces that were all based on one inferior waltz, written by another composer.

I have read recently that Ms. Fonda is writing a book about aging and one chapter discusses Beethoven and how he and many other famous artists overcame many of life's difficulties due to aging and their ever chasing desire to accomplish what they set out to do. Right now it sure sounds like 33 Variations is a perfect role for Ms. Fonda. I can't wait to see it.

If you want tickets to see 33 Variations, give me a call in New York at 212-307-7050 or toll free at 800-451-9930. I sell tickets at Applause Theater Service, a licensed ticket agency in New York City. At the moment I can get you a discount for 33 Variations through March 22, 2009 performances. We have some "insider prices" and access to good seats in the orchestra and front mezzanine of the theater.

I hope to hear from you when your plans include 33 Variations or any other Broadway Shows of your choosing.

Rich Gladstone
Applause Theater Service
311 west 43rd street, suite 601
NY,NY 10036
local phone 212-307-7050
toll free 800-451-9930
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