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When comedian Megan Gogerty is informed that she can’t play Lady Macbeth - because Lady Macbeth is a tragic figure of powerful darkness, and Megan is the human equivalent of a golden retriever - she sets out to prove them all wrong. But she learns that in order to do so, she must reconsider herself as both a woman and as a standup comedian. 

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By phone at 319-338-7672, in person at the theatre, 213 N. Gilbert St, Iowa City, Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm
or 1 hour before each show, or ONLINE*

Single Tickets

Adults: $30 (Over 60/under 30, $28)
Youth (18 and under): $18 (Fri-Sun)
Thursday Student Special:  $12 (College students, please bring ID)
Riverdogs:  This show can be part of your Flex Pass (choose 4, 5 or 6 season shows)
Student rush: $18 (any unsold tickets 10 mins before the show)
Veterans, military personnel & immed family: $24 (Blue Star discount)

Groups (10+): call 319-338-7672 about your discount.*If you are using a coupon, voucher, or Thurs Student, Riverdog, Group or Blue Star discount, please call the Box Office, 319-338-7672 to order your tickets.  Thank you!


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