The third edition of Duke Law School's venerable variety show: TRICKY DICK is here! Once again, Duke Law's very best singers, dancers, and thespians pay tribute to the legacy of our most (in)famous fellow Dukie, the man himself, Richard Milhous Nixon. In this year's show, Dick finds himself pondering his own legacy at Duke, takes a sidekick under his wing, and of course, hilarity ensues. Performances will be held at the Durham Arts Council (120 Morris Street) on Friday, April 6 at 7pm or Saturday, April 7 at 2pm. Tickets are $15 dollars for the Friday performance (which includes an open beer and wine bar beginning at 6pm) and $10 for Saturday's matinée (no bar on Saturday, sorry). Tickets may be purchased in Star Commons at lunchtime beginning on Monday, April 2, through Thursday, April 5 or until they are sold out (which will happen, so hurry!). For more information, please contact Justin Becker or Matthew Rogier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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