Opening night coincides with Pay What You Can Night for FSU/Asolo Conservatory’s production of “Stop Kiss” — and that day is today!
If you can afford the $29 evening ticket or if you only have $2 to your name, then you can see “Stop Kiss.” Otherwise, be sure to see the production by it’s closing date, March 10.
Matthew Arbour directs the production about striving for a true, authentic life. It revolves around two young women in New York that girl talk about life and boyfriends when they innocently kiss. The kiss results in a guy-bashing and tells the story about love, loss, anger and difficulties of living life fully.
IF YOU GO:
When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19. Runs through March 10.
Where: Cook Theatre at FSU Center for the Performing Arts, 5555 N. Tamiami Trail
Cost: Tonight only: pay what you can. Tickets typically $28 to $29.
Info: Call 351-8000.
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