How to get tickets for sold out Stuck Elevator

I write this on the 10th floor of the Mad Towers in New Haven. Today is technically my day off, but Aaron Jafferis and I have a number of songs to revise and a few to write. We prepare for showings June 25th and 26th as part of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas presented with the Yale Institute for Music Theatre, a collaboration between the Yale School of Drama and Yale School of Music.

Stuck Elevator is the operatic solo performance about the Chinese delivery man trapped in an elevator for 81 hours. The workshop showing is sold out, but don't worry. I can get you tickets.

This past week, YIMT has been an amazing host. Producer Beth Morrison, artistic director Mark Brokaw, associate producer Belina Mizrahi, and production stage manager James Mountcastle have created a music-theatre writing haven. I have access to two grand pianos, three large work spaces, and a kick-ass support staff. Stage manager Maria Cantin and production assistant Greg Nobile have been keeping rehearsals on track.

Additionally, Aaron and I work with:
Superstar Francis Jue
Director Chay Yew
Music Director Perry So
Rehearsal Pianist Andrew Byrne

Musicians include violinist Sun Min Hwang, cellist Y. Alvin Wong, percussionist Candy Chiu, plus sound designer Hillary Charnas.

The Wall Street Journal and News-Times both mention the Stuck Elevator Workshop Reading at Arts/Ideas.
Friday, June 25, 7PM
Saturday, June 26, 1PM
Off Broadway Theater
(through The Yale Bookstore archway)
41 Broadway, New Haven CT

Both showings are sold-out, but I can get you a comp ticket. Let me know if you want a seat.