Battle Of The Sexes In “Lysistrata” At Burien Little Theatre


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LysistrataOpening this weekend at the Burien Little Theatre is the bawdy comedy “Lysistrata,” a play about “making love not war” from April 4-April 27.

In the show, the women of Greece make a pact to withhold their sexual favors until their men agree to stop an endless war. A modern translation of the play by Aristophanes, the show has been further adapted to a rather comedic 1950s setting.

Please be aware that this play is not suitable for ages 15 and younger due to mature themes.

WHAT: “Lysistrata

WHEN: April 4 through April 27th: Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm.

WHERE: At the Theater in the Burien Community Center, 4th Ave. S.W. and S.W. 146th St., in Burien.

COST:  General admission: $18 Fridays and Saturdays, $15 Sundays. Senior and student admission: $15. Five Buck Friday, April 11 is sold out. Group rates available when paid in advance.

SPECIALS: Dinner and a Show package includes three-course meal at Burien’s Mark Restaurant & Bar plus ticket to the show for just $45 and excludes all other discounts. Call the Mark Restaurant and Bar at (206) 241-6275 for reservations and details.

TICKETS/INFO: Buy tickets online here, or call (206) 242-5180 or at www.burienlittletheatre.com

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