You're afoot in Ft. Laudy, bar-hopping by water taxi, when you hear the dreaded words: "You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here." Luckily, there's a kinder last call just around the corner: For $12 (regularly $25), today's deal gets you one ticket to "Last Call," presented by First Step Productions. Or, pay $24 (regularly $50) for two tickets to the show, held at the Empire Stage on Thursday through Sunday evenings from April 13 to May 6. New York City-based actress, comedian, and bartender Terri Girvin stars in the world premiere of her one-person play. During one eventful night at the bar, our protagonist deals with quirky customers while fielding a barrage of phone calls from her troubled, self-medicating mother. Equal parts poignant drama and fresh comedy, "It's about family... It's about boundaries... It's about how much to tip." Tony-nominated director Michael Leeds and Grammy-nominated sound designer Phil Palazzolo lend their talents to the show. Grab this deal, and don't let closing time get you down.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 6, 2012
One ($12) or Two ($24) Tickets
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