My Purple Wig Tickets
Details of My Purple Wig and the Ticket Luck value
The Off-Broadway Lion Theater is one of the many theaters lined on the south of 42th street of New York City. Theater Row building owned and operated by the 42nd Development Corporation is located in Midtown Manhattan. It runs six theaters renovated to meet the comfort of the audience. It is here that a play by the name of My Purple Wig is running. The play is about a woman who is suffering from a terminal disease of cancer, and how she lives with it. The story has an emotional appeal that touches the heart of everyone who watches it. Do buy your My Purple Wig tickets and watch the strong story of a patient fighting cancer.
My Purple Wig is a play that has been written by Jessica Anderson and directed by Andrea Andresaki, and produced by the Heiress Productions, Inc. This company is a non-profit organization which runs campaigns to fight against the terminal disease of cancer. It holds theatrical entertainment productions, which are inspiring and enriching, and thus raise funds for the treatment of cancer patients. My Purple Wig is a partner in fighting cancer of the lungs by the name of Uniting Against Lung Cancer. Laura Faith and Mary Willis White started the Heiress Productions, Inc. in order to support the cause of cancer, and therefore are the creators of the play. Faith and White say that " My Purple Wig is about learning to live when you are supposed to be dying."
The cast of My purple Wig consists of Laura Faith, Eric Percival, and Peter James, while Carey Urban, Sari Caine and Peter Oliver are acting courtesy of Actor's Equity Association. The story of the play starts with the woman named "Evelyn" discovering that she has a terminal cancer. She is flabbergasted at the discovery and decides to behave strongly and take hold of her circumstances. She develops the willpower to manage her situation herself, and in doing so she becomes erratic. She starts preparing for her death making her family uncomfortable. She wears different colors of wigs, discusses her burial which gets difficult for the family. They are not prepared for this kind of behavior from her. The family is bewildered and must decide how to deal with losing a dear one, and also face how the dear one is fighting to live when she knows death is ultimate for her.
As Laura White puts "You really have to get through the moments, it's not always about the heaviness, it's really about relating to each other and living." You must not miss the opportunity to watch such an effective play that can give you food for thought, whether to accept the realities of life bravely by keeping your sanity, or just lose faith and willpower. Quickly purchase your My Purple Wig tickets as they are few ones that touch such emotional themes.