I'll become the headline instead of the Governor.

"There's only one thing I value in this world, Steve, and that's loyalty. Without it you're nothing and you have no one. And in politics it's the only currency you can count on."

This weekend don't miss Stage Troupe's production of...

Written By: Beau Willimon
Directed by: Molly Bourque
Technically Directed by: Tom Murphy
Produced by: Ryan McPhee

Performances will be held at the Agganis Student Theater at 925 Commonwealth Avenue (right in the alleyway between FitRec and theArena) on:
Thursday, March 22nd at 8pm
Friday, March 23rd at 8pm
Saturday, March 24th at 8pm

Tickets will be $6 for General Admission and $5 for Stage Troupe Members.

FARRAGUT NORTH centers around Stephen Bellamy, an ambitious, charming press secretary who is at the height of his career. Yet, in the midst of a tight presidential primary race, Stephen receives a phone call that changes everything. Quickly, the attention is turned on Stephen, drowning out their message and causing him to question who he can trust, including himself.

Willimon's work is an intense, fast-paced political thriller that you must see! This play provides insight into not only the minds of those behind the scenes on high-profile campaigns, but of mankind as well. I guarantee this show will keep you on the edge of your seat, right til the very end, so don't miss it!

Tickets for Saturday are almost gone, so I encourage you to get your tickets for Thursday and Friday as soon as possible!

"Thank you very much. I won't be taking questions."