American Son on Broadway + Dinner | Jan 25th (SOLD OUT)

American Son on Broadway + Dinner | Jan 25th (SOLD OUT)

from 85.00

Join us on Friday January 25th to see Kerry Washington in a thought-provoking new play that explores themes of family relationships, love, loss, and identity. Called “a Broadway play for our age” by the Chicago Tribune, American Son is a gripping tale of two parents caught in our national divide, with their worst fears hanging in the balance. 

First, we will share a delicious meal at Trattoria Trecolori before the 8pm show and then gather for post-performance drinks and discussion at the Foundry afterwards. Don’t miss the chance to see this gripping tale about who we are as a nation while simultaneously meeting and bonding with fellow artful women.

All tickets include a seat with the group in row F of the mezzanine. Full experience tickets also include 1 dinner entree* + 1 house glass of wine (including tax + tip) at dinner before the show.

Full experience tickets are $120 through 1/13 at midnight and $125 thereafter
Show only tickets are $80 through 1/13 at midnight and $85 thereafter

*Entrees include: FARFALLE PRIMAVERA, RIGATONI alla TRECOLORI, POLLO FANTASIA, VEAL TRE FUNGHI, SALMONE alla CONTADINA

American Son | 1/25:
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Full event schedule:

6-7:30pm | Dinner at Trattoria Trecolori
(254 W 47th St btw. Broadway & 8th Ave.)

8pm | Performance at the Booth Theater
(222 W 45th btw. Broadway & 8th Ave.)

9:30pm | Post-theater discussion
(The Foundry or Charlie Palmer at the Knick)

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More about the play:
A Florida police station in the middle of the night. Two parents, Kendra Ellis-Connor and Scott Connor, are searching for answers about their 18-year-old son, Jamal Connor.

The play, by Christopher Demos-Brown, is a gripping tale about who we are as a nation and how we deal with family relationships, love, loss, and identity. It delves into the tensions within police-community relations, interracial relations, and families. At a time when this nation is deeply divided, this story provides an invitation to thoughtfully discuss the critical issues of the day.