cordially invites you
to an evening at Arena Stage
When: Thursday, May 12, 6:00-9:30PM
Where: Arena Stage, 1101 Sixth Street, SW, Washington, D.C.
Take advantage of discounted tickets to Disgraced and support Hoya alumnus, Tony Cisek ’87, the set designer for the show. Disgraced is a Pulitzer Prize winning play about the clash between modern culture and ancient faiths. It has been praised by the “New York Times” and is a show you won’t want to miss! For more information on the event and to register, go to: http://www.dchoyas.org/event-2209293. This event is being organized by the DC Georgetown Alumni Club.
Guests are invited to gather at Cantina Marina,600 Water Street SW, Washington D.C., for drinks at 6PM before the show. There is no cost to attend the pre-show gathering, but please register. Show tickets must be purchased by May 9 to receive the discounted price of $47. After May 10, show tickets can be purchased for $63. Purchase show tickets by calling 202-488-4380.
Tony Cisek has collaborated with companies across the US including Roundabout Theatre, Arena Stage, Guthrie Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, South Coast Rep, Milwaukee Rep, Portland Center Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Indiana Rep, Syracuse Stage, New York Theatre Workshop, Cleveland Play House, Folger Theatre, Kennedy Center, Round House Theatre, Studio Theatre, GALA Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Festival, and Signature Theatre. For his work as a scenic designer he has received four Helen Hayes Awards in Washington, four Drammy Awards in Portland, and a Barrymore Award nomination in Philadelphia, as well as numerous other citations. Tony has also designed for opera, TV, and film. He was the principal theatre consultant for the Atlas Performing Arts Center, completed in Northeast Washington, DC in 2006. He has taught at Catholic University and George Mason University, is a member of United Scenic Artists, and holds an MFA in Design from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.