new york city Theatre WEEKEND

New York City
Friday, November 3 - Sunday, November 5

Join Woolly’s Artistic Director Howard Shalwitz and Managing Director Meghan Pressman for a unique theatre weekend in NYC. Enrich your travel experience with insights into the theatre profession and exclusive opportunities for behind the scenes tours and meetings with artists along with delicious meals and great company. What more could you ask for?

Included Features:

  • 2 nights’ hotel accommodations at The Marlton Hotel, a boutique hotel in Greenwich Village
  • 2 group meals outstanding NYC restaurants
  • Tickets to 4 adventurous NYC theatre performances selected by Howard Shalwitz
  • Exclusive opportunities to get a glimpse behind-the-scenes and meet the artists

Rates for The NYC THEATRE WEEKEND plus 2 nights’ hotel accommodations

$3,450 per couple based on Double Occupancy
$2,150 per person based on Single Occupancy
$1,400 per person for NYC Theatre Weekend ONLY (no hotel accomodations)

A portion of the travel price ($500) is a tax-deductible charitable contribution to Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. Tax receipts will be sent immediately following the trip.

Shows Include:

**School for Girls: Or, The African Mean Girls Play
     By Jocelyn Bioh
     Directed by Rebecca Taichman

+People, Places & Things
     By Duncan MacMillan
     Directed by Jeremy Herrin

By Ayad Akhtar
     Directed by Doug Hughes

Tiny Beautiful Things
     Based on the book by Cheryl Strayed
     Adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos
     Co-conceived by Marshall Heyman, Thomas Kail, & Nia Vardalos
     Directed by Thomas Kail

** Denotes world premiere
+ Denotes American premiere


Because of the tremendous interest in this trip and the limited number of places available in order to maintain a special experience for all attendees, reservations will be on a strictly first-come, first-served basis.

To reserve your place, please complete a reservation form and return it along with a non-refundable deposit of $500 per person by October 5th to:

Sarah Slobodien Dovere, Director of Organizational Advancement