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The Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater presents
AWAKE AND SING! by Clifford Odets
Directed by Tom Oppenheim
With Ayse Babahan, David Deblinger*, Fakeer, Mike Grenham, Christa Kimlicko Jones*, Justin Phillips, Welland Scripps and Mack Velle with J. Steven White and Kern McFadden in alternating performances
February 8-22, 2020
Theater 3
Tickets are available online now via Ovation Tix.
General Admission: $20
Student tickets (with ID): $5
There are a limited number of pay-what-you-can tickets available each night at the door. Please arrive one hour before show time for these tickets.

*These actors are appearing courtesy of Actors Equity.

About the Lab Theater

The mission of the Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company it to provide the community, through theater and discussion, with a place of exploration and experimentation of what it means be a human being.

The Lab produces or, reproduces, the spirit, voice and theatrical sensibilities of The Stella Adler Studio on a professional level. The Lab Theater produces theater committed to the standards and ideals set out by Stella Adler, Harold Clurman and the Group Theater. The Lab serves as a launching pad for students and an artistic home for faculty to grow and evolve. It also includes actors, directors, and designers from outside the immediate Adler community, who share our humanitarian impulse and vision.

Questions regarding the Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company can be directed to J. Steven White, Line Producer, at 212-689-0087 X 141 or by email at stevewhite@stellaadler.com.

Select production history includes Mercy Killers by Michael Milligan (Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013, Fringe First Award), Lebensraum by Israel Horovitz (off-Broadway, Ovation-Nominated in Los Angeles), Long Way Go Down by Zayd Dohrn (West Coast premiere, Ovation Award Nominee), Our Town by Thornton Wilder, What Shall I Give My Children? by Don K. Williams (world premiere). For a complete listing of the Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater’s production history, please click here.