Imagine Presents: ANN at The Topfer
Wednesday, July 31, 2019 8:00 AM - Sunday, August 4, 2019 5:30 PM (CDT)
Join Austin Young Chamber and ZACH Theatre this summer for the inspiring and hilarious play, ANN!
ZACH Theatre has provided a $40 discounted ticket (not including fees) for the first week of performances only (July 31-August 4) for AYC Members.
Ticketing is done through the ZACH Theatre website. You will be redirected to the ticketing page with the promo code already entered.
If the promo code is not entered, enter AYCANN in the top right corner. Please make sure you are selecting the $40 discounted ticket option and follow the below instructions to complete your purchase.
- Select one of the five showings from July 31-August 4 on the "Reserve Tickets" drop down.
- The page will reload with a graphic of the stage. Scroll over the image of the stage until it turns blue. Click on it.
- Available seats will then pop up.
- Scroll over the seats to see which ones carry the $40 discounted ticket price.
- Select your seat and continue through the payment process.
If you have any questions when purchasing your ticket, please contact Brittney Woolley with the ZACH Theatre.
About the Production
Tough as nails. Funny as hell.
ANN is an intimate, no-holds-barred portrait of Ann Richards, the legendary late Governor of Texas. This inspiring and hilarious play brings us face to face with a complex, colorful, and captivating character bigger than the state from which she hailed. Written and originally performed by Emmy Award-winner Holland Taylor, ANN takes a revealing look at the impassioned woman who enriched the lives of her followers, friends, and family.
Age recommendation: 12 and up for language and adult content.
This Texas-sized story will run in the Topfer at ZACH July 31 - September 8, 2019 where you'll be treated to an up close and personal visit with one of the most unforgettable personalities in Texas politics.
“I do not want my tombstone to read, ‘She kept a really clean house.' I think I'd like them to remember me by saying, ‘She opened government to everyone'.” - Ann Richards.
Written by Holland Taylor