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ANT Fest 2018:
The Death of Hayden Waverly, The Most Popular Person In The World
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at 7:00PM

Ars Nova
511 W. 54th St.
New York, NY 10019
54th St. – West of 10th Ave.


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The Death of Hayden Waverly, The Most Popular Person In The World
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Written by LAUREN WIMMER
Directed by EBEN HOFFER
Dramaturg BRIAN BIZIER
Creative Production Assistant SOWMYA ASHOKKUMAR
Featuring SAFIYA HARRIS, WILL HARRISON, RUSSELL HAWKINS, SAM O’BYRNE

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ABOUT
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The Most Popular Person In The World has died! Naomi strives to replace her. Eli joins the Terrified of Death Club. And when club-leader Nelson gets a terminal diagnosis, all three must reevaluate friendship — fast. A buddy tragicomedy about people with no buddies except for a dead raccoon named Buddy.

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ABOUT THE FEST
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ANT FEST 2018: Four non-stop, throw-down weeks of live entertainment mayhem, featuring fresh material from the next wave of dynamic, indie-theater makers. All New Talent, all the time.

Discover more @ arsnovanyc.com/antfest.

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THE DETAILS
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If you require accessible seating or have mobility issues, please note that our theater is fully accessible. After purchasing your ticket, we’d appreciate if you could drop our General Manager, Casey York, a line so that we can provide the best possible experience!


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General Admission [$16.00]:
includes $1.00 Facility Fee
GA + $5 Donation to Ars Nova [$21.00]:
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