Stage West Theatre Presents “Life Sucks”

Now – November 12

Stage West Life Sucks 2017 web
Evan Michael Woods

Join NBC 5 and Stage West Theatre for “Life Sucks” by Aaron Posner. Come and enjoy a quirky, charming, and deeply human comedy now through Sunday, November 12. Some of the topics the play discusses include: work life balance, the environment, love/hate relationships with the gym, and growing old. The comedy is also an illustration of how we tell ourselves we actually matter, and why we carry on, in spite of everything.

Aaron Posner, an Oregon native, is a Helen Hayes and Barrymore Award-winning director and playwright. Posner is the founder and a former Artistic Director of Philadelphia’s Arden Theatre. He is also an Associate Artist at both the Folger Theatre and Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, and has directed at major regional theatres across the country.

Food services will be provided 90 minutes before each performance per reservation. To make a reservation and for more information please call (817-784-9378) or visit the website, www.stagewest.org. Please note that this show contains strong language.

Stage West Theatre Presents “Life Sucks”
By Janet Kiboneka
Stage West
821 W. Vickery Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Now – November 12
Thursday evenings 7:30 p.m.
Friday & Saturday evenings 8:00 p.m.
Sunday matinees 3:00 p.m.
www.stagewest.org

Regular tickets:
$35 Friday and Saturday nights
(Seniors 65+ and members of the military $29)
$31 Thursday nights and Sunday matinees
(Seniors 65+ and members of the military $25)
Students/Under 30s $17


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