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The final performance of Irondale Ensemble Project’s presentation of "Wasted: The History Mystery of Public Education in the United States and How it Got That Way" will be staged on Saturday.

"Wasted" is one of a series of events at the site of Irondale’s future home, the Irondale Center for Theater, Education and Outreach in the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, at 85 S. Oxford St., prior to its planned official opening in late fall 2006, according to Irondale Ensemble’s Marketing and Development Director Nina Callaway. This performance is an opportunity to get a sneak peek at the construction of the 23-year-old theater company’s 7,300-square-foot, open transformational space in the building once claimed - and then dropped like a hot potato - by choreographer Twyla Tharp.

Directed by Jim Niesen, "Wasted" is a sweeping epic theatre noir that traces the mystery of how Johnny got so "wasted," from the founding fathers to Horace Mann to a large yellow bird.

The Irondale Ensemble Project’s "Wasted: The History Mystery of Public Education in the United States and How It Got That Way" will be performed on Feb. 4 at 8 pm. Tickets are $10, $5 for students, seniors and public school teachers. For tickets and more information, call (718) 488-9233 or visit the Web site at www.irondale.org.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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