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NEIGHBORS

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Contact: Mason Sand —617.230.6753 — msand@CompanyOne.org

Company One presents…
NEIGHBORS
By Branden Jacobs - Jenkins
Directed by Summer L. Williams
Featuring Johnny Lee Davenport

"GO"
- L.A. Weekly

“Shockingly subversive…thrillingly original…exciting new voice”
-Backstage

Have you seen the new neighbors? Richard Patterson is not happy. The family of black actors that has moved in next door is rowdy, tacky, shameless, and uncouth. And they are not just invading his neighborhood—they’re infiltrating his family, his sanity, and his entirely postracial lifestyle. This wildly theatrical, explosive play on race marks the major debut of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, member of NYC’s Public Theatre’s Emerging Writers Group. One of only a few theatres nationwide bold enough to produce this play, Company One is proud to present the Boston premiere.

What:
NEIGHBORS, by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. Directed by Summer L. Williams. Featuring Johnny Lee Davenport, Japonica Brown, Tory Bullock, Equiano Mosieri, Christine Power, Valerie Stephens, Lori Tishfield, and Jesse Tolbert.

When:
January 14 – February 5, 2011.
Wed@7:30p; Thurs, Fri, Sat@8p; Sun@2p.
Sat, Feb 5 @4p.

Where:
Boston Center for the Arts, Plaza Theatre. 539 Tremont St., South End.

Tickets:
Thursday, Sat. matinee and Sunday - $30 & $35 - Friday & Saturday - $33 & $38
All Shows - $15 Students (w/ ID) - $30 Seniors (best available) – *
*Wild Wednesdays – $18 (all seats)**
**Pay What You Can Performance (min $6) – Sunday, Jan. 16, 2pm.**
**Post Show Discussion Events – Fridays, Jan 21 & Jan 28; Sundays Jan. 23 & Jan 30**


Box Office:

Phone: 617.933.8600
Web: www.BostonTheatreScene.com
Walk-up: Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527
Tremont St. OR Boston University Theatre Box Office, 264 Huntington Ave.

The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is a nonprofit performing and visual arts complex located in Boston’s South End, the largest historic district in the United States.
As a creative home for artists and an arts destination for audiences, the BCA builds a connection between the arts and the city’s diverse community. For more
information, visit www.bcaonline.org.

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