FAIRVIEW tickets are completely sold-out for the remainder of the run. The show must close on August 12. However, if you would like to join a list to be notified about possible future life of the show, please complete the form HERE. Our Rush Ticket policy is outlined at the bottom of the page.
“Who cares what Tyrone thinks?
Don’t matter what he think.
I mean, he can have an Opinion, sure,
about who he is, what type of man he is,
everybody entitled to they own opinion.
This is America. It’s a free country.
But that goes for everybody, you know, Free is Free.
Everybody is free to draw their own conclusion
about who you is and who you ain’t.”
The Frasier family is gearing up for Grandma’s birthday, and Beverly needs this dinner to be perfect. But the silverware’s wrong, the radio’s on the fritz, Jasmine is drinking, Dayton isn’t helping, Keisha’s a teenager, and Tyrone might not show up at all!
Following her “inventive,” “pulse-pounding” We Are Proud to Present…(The New York Times, Time Out New York, and New York Magazine Critics’ Picks), Jackie Sibblies Drury and director Sarah Benson show us that nothing’s funnier than “family drama.”
Featuring MaYaa Boateng, Charles Browning, Hannah Cabell, Natalia Payne, Jed Resnick, Luke Robertson, Roslyn Ruff and Heather Alicia Simms.
Associate Director: Garrett Allen; Set Design: Mimi Lien; Costume Design: Montana Levi Blanco; Lighting Design: Amith Chandrashaker; Sound Design: Mikaal Sulaiman; Props Master: Ryan Courtney; Fight Director: J. David Brimmer; Hair and Wig Designer: Cookie Jordan; Casting: Stephanie Yankwitt & Margaret Dunn, TBD Casting; Production Manager: Will Duty; Production Stage Manager: Terri K. Kohler; Assistant Stage Manager: Mariah P. MacKenzie; Graphic Design: Studio Usher; Illustration: Tyler Spangler
Fairview was commissioned by Soho Rep. and Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Funding for the commission and development of Fairview was provided, in part, by the Laurents / Hatcher Foundation, Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation, Table 20 Productions, Venturous Theater Fund, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York State Council on the Arts.
All performances take place at 46 Walker Street, between Church and Broadway. Fairview runs 1 hour, 50 minutes, with no intermission.
Limited rush tickets ($30 or $20 for students with valid ID) will be available for most performances on a first-come, first-served basis. A line forms outside the theater prior to the box office opening. 30 minutes prior to curtain time, the box office opens, and names will be taken, in order of arrival, for the standby list. Tickets are distributed 5 minutes prior to each performance. Cash is preferred.