George Street Playhouse's 2018-19 five-play mainstage season features a Tony Award-nominated play, a Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award winner set during the early days of the Civil Rights movement, a suspenseful courtroom drama, a heartwarming story of arriving in a strange land for the first time, and the world premiere of a new musical.
For the 11th straight year, George Street Playhouse is offering patrons the opportunity to add live theatre to their book club experiences. Join us for a well-rounded and thought-provoking season of reading and discussion.
Our 2018 book club selection is Trying by Joanna Glass
READ: The script of Trying by Joanna Glass
TALK: Want the inside scoop from those in the know? Invite a staff member from George Street Playhouse to join you in your book club discussion. We can join you at your regularly scheduled book club or we can host your discussion here at the Playhouse before or after you see the show.
SEE: Trying, March 13 — April 8, 2018
Book Club Package Includes:
- A ticket to the performance of your choice (pending availability) of Trying
- A copy of the script or book related to the production of your choice
- A study guide
- A discussion with a member of the George Street Playhouse staff (optional)
Complete package Price: $58 per person*
*Shipping & handling is not included and is based on size of the order. No shipping & handling fees if packages are picked up at the theatre. No minimum number of people required.
For more information, contact Jaci D'Ulisse, Patron Relations Manager - Groups & Subscriptions, at 732-846-2895, ext 134, or Erin Leder, Sales and Community Engagement Associate, at 732-846-2895, ext. 161.
March 13 — April 8, 2018
Internationally known Francis Biddle, Chief Judge of the Nuremberg trials, opponent of the Japanese internment camps during World War II, and Attorney General under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, is 81 years old, elegant, sharply cantankerous, and trying to put his life in order. When a young, new secretary is hired, the two struggle to communicate but come to understand how two strangers at very different places in their lives can unexpectedly and forever influence each other. Based on playwright Joanna McClelland Glass’ real-life experience as Biddle's secretary.