TRYST

From the press release:

“Tryst is a riveting romantic thriller set in Edwardian London. Part romance, part psychological thriller, Tryst tells the story of handsome con man George Love, who preys on well-off women, wooing them, marrying them, and leaving them penniless and husbandless the day after the honeymoon…that is, until he meets his match in lonely milliner Adelaide Pinchin. Tryst is an intense and tantalizing play intended for mature audiences.”

Venue: Irish Repertory Theatre
Prices: $55.00 – $65.00
Previews: July 1, 2011 – July 6, 2011
Opens: July 7, 2011
Closes: August 21, 2011

Ticketing Info

Online Ticketing
Box Office/Info: 212-727-2737
Tickets On Sale Thru: August 21, 2011
Performance Schedule:
Tue at 8:00pm
Wed at 3:00pm
Wed at 8:00pm
Thu at 8:00pm
Fri at 8:00pm
Sat at 3:00pm
Sat at 8:00pm
Sun at 3:00pm

1 Comment

  1. Don’t get your hopes up about Tryst. This was the final play to ever appear at the Promenade Theatre. It starred Maxwell Caulfield. All of the ads announced full frontal nudity. Considering his rep for taking his clothes off on stage everyone assumed he would be the nude one in Tryst. WRONG! It’s the woman

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