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The Accidental Pervert
Thirteenth St. Repertory Company 50 West 13th Street (between 5th and 6th Ave) 212-352-3101 www.theaccidentalpervert.com
Andrew Goffman play, directed by Charles Messina. What it's about: A boy's journey into manhood after discovering his dad's video tapes hidden in a bedroom closet. Andrew subsequently develops an addiction that continues until the age of 26, when he meets his wife to be, and finds himself struggling to find the balance between fantasy and reality.< Open run, Every Friday and Saturday at 7pm. Run Time: 90 minutes, no intermission. Tickets $49 Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes.
Playwrights Horizons Peter Jay Sharp Theater 416 West 42nd Street
World premiere of a new play by Anne Washburn, directed by Ken Rus Schmoll. Cast: Rob Campbell, Nat DeWolf, Crystal Finn, April Matthis, Annie Parisse and Maria Striar. From 3/11/16; opening 4/04/16; closing 4/24/16. What it's about: In a ranch house deep in Texas Hill Country, a once tight-knit group of friends reunites to bury one of their own. Scenic design by Rachel Hauck, costume design by Jessica Pabst, lighting design by Tyler Micoleau, sound design by Leah Gelpe and original music by Daniel Kluger. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 2 & 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2 & 7PM. There is a special 30&Under performance on April 14 at 7:30 PM. Our Review
New World Stages at 50th and Eighth Avenue 212/239-6200 www.avenueq.com.
No sooner did the Tony Award winning puppet musical end its 6-year run on Broadway (22 previews and 2,534 performances), than producer Kevin McCollum announced the first ever reverse transfer of a show from Broadway to Off-Broadway. However, it's not returning to its original downtown off-Broadway home (the Vineyard), but remains uptown at the largest venue of the New World Stages complex. The re-opening will begin 10/13/09 and play Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 and 8 PM and Sundays at 3 and 7:30 PM. Tickets from $86.50 to $66.50. For details about the show see our reviews of the Broadway and original off-broadway productionhere
The Band's Visit
Atlantic Theater's Linda Gross Theater 336 West 20th Street
World premiere musical based on the screenplay by Eran Kolirin. Book by Itamar Moses, music and lyrics by David Yazbek, drected by David Cromer. What it's about: An Egyptian Police Band arrives in Israel to play a concert. After a mix up at the border, they are sent to a remote village in the middle of the desert. With no bus until morning and no hotel in sight, these unlikely travelers are taken in by the locals. Under the spell of the desert sky, their lives become intertwined in the most unexpected ways. The original screenplay received 36 major international award6. Fall 1916. More details TBA
Black Angels Over Tuskegee
Actors Temple Theater 339 West 47th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New historical drama by writer-director Layon Gray. Cast: Lamman Rucker , Demetrius Gross, Thom Scott II, Antonio Charity, Layon Gray, David Wendell Boykins, Derek Shaun, Jay Jones, and Rich Skidmore. From 1/29/10; opening 2/15/10. What it's about: Based on true events. Six men explore their collective struggle with Jim Crow, their intelligence, patriotism, dreams of an inclusive fair society, and brotherhood as they become the first African American fighter pilots in the U.S. Army Air Forces. Monday, Friday and Saturday evening at 8 PM, and Sundays at 5 PM. Tickets $31.50 and $56.50 Update: Besides move to Actor's Temple, news is that Tobias Truvillion joins the cast which also includes Lawrence Saint-Victor who is now rotating with Lamman Rucker. Open run. Our Review.
Blue Man Group
Astor Place, 423 Lafayette St. ((Astor Place/W. 4th St) 254-4370.
An extraordinary downtown hit. For details see Review.
New York Premiere, by Richard Strand, directed by Joseph Discher. Cast: Ames Adamson, John G. Williams, David Sitler and Ben Sterling. Jessica Parks (scenic design and props); Jill Nagle (lighting design); Patricia Doherty (costume design); Steven Beckel (sound design). From 7/14/16; opening 7/27/16; closing 8/28/16. Tuesday – Thursday at 7 PM; Friday at 8 PM; Saturday at 2 PM & 8 PM; Sunday at 3 PM. What it's about: It's the start of the Civil War and lawyer Benjamin Butler was just promoted to the rank of Major General at Fort Monroe, a Union hold-out in the state of Virginia. Shepard Mallory, an escaped slave, seeks sanctuary at the fort. However, the law of the land has not yet changed — slaves still are considered property and must be turned over to their "rightful owners.” Does Butler follow the letter of the law or make a game-changing move that could alter the course of U.S. history?
The Westside Theatre - Upstairs 407 West 43rd Street
The 2015 York Theater product will be remounted at the West Side theater in a new updated, expanded and revised version. From 3/16/16; opening 4/03/16 for an open-ended run. Robert Creighton will be joined by his original cast members. The creative team: James Morgan (set), Chip Schoonmaker (costumes), Michael Gilliam (lights), Janie Bullard (sound), and Mark Pirolo (projections). Tuesday at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m., Thursday & Friday at 8:00 p.m., Saturday at 2:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. and Sunday at 3:00 p.m. our re-review.
Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words
Triad Theater, 158 West 72 Street 212-868-4444
Audiences apparently enjoyed this enough for the producers to bring it back for another round of Monday night performances, beginning 9/08/08; opening 9/17/08. Open run. The celebrity guests rotate each week and will keep rotating as long as audiences keep coming. The guests interpret the actual words and stories written by the famous and the infamous, in both solo and ensemble pieces. The show begins its second open run season 9/14/09. All performances at 7:30 pm. Running time: 1 hr and 15 minutes.
A Class Act
New World Stages – Stage 5, 340 West 50th Street (212) 239-6200
Following its Spring world-premiereat the Playroom Theater courtroom drama by attorney/ playwright Norman Shabel, will reopen from 7/09/16; opening 7/25/16; closing 9/04/16. What it's about: The legal battle between a high-powered law firm and a chemical company whose cancer-causing waste has affected thousands. Cast features Stephen Bradbury, Matthew DeCapua, Andrew Ramcharan Guilarte, Lou Liberatore David Marantz, Nick Plakias and Jenny Strassburg. Tickets can be purchased through Telecharge.com, by calling , New York. RELATED: Off-Broadway Confusions
Brits Off-Broadway at 59e59 Street
Alan Ayckbourne's 1974 play is paired at the festival with the world premiere of Hero's Welcome. Written and directed by Ayckbourne it's a series of five one-act plays interconnected through one of its characters — from a devoted mother to her unfaithful travelling salesman husband, a solicitous waiter and his well-heeled diners. Cast: Stephen Billington, Elizabeth Boag, Russell Dixon, Evelyn Hoskins, Charlotte Harwood, and Richard Stacey. From 5/28/16; opening 6/08/16 closing 7/03/16. Our Review
Davenport Theatre is located at 354 West 45th Street.866-811-4111 or www.DaddyIssuesThePlay.com
World Premiere of new comedy by Marshall Goldberg, diected by David Goldyn. Cast: Daisy Eagan, Mary Ellen Ashley, Alex Ammerman, Tony Rossi, Yuval David, Elizabeth Klein, Paul Louis Lessard and Megan MacPhee What it's about: it is 1982 and Donald Moscowitz has overbearing parents. They disapprove of his choice of profession (actor), his flair for decorating (pastels) and his lifestyle (homosexual). The one thing that would make them happy is a grandchild. His solution: hire the ten-year old kid downstairs to play his son. What could possibly go wrong? From 3/31/16; closing 4/24/16. Thursday - Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 3pm with an added performance Monday, April 4 at 8pm. Note: No performance on April 10.
A Day By the Sea
The Mint Theater at the Beckett onTheatre Row 410 W. 42nd Street
Firrst NY revival of N.C. Hunter play, directed By Austin Pendleton. Cast: Julian Elfer, Katie Firth, Philip Goodwin, Sean Gormley, Polly McKie, Kylie McVey, George Morfogen, Mark Anderson Phillips, Athan Sporek, Jill Tanner. Scenic design by Charles Morgan; costume design by Martha Hally; lighting design by Xavier Pierce; and sound design by Jane Shaw. From 7/23/16; opening 8/25/16; closing 9/24/16. Tuesday – Thursday 7pm Friday & Saturday 8pm Saturday & Sunday 2pm. What it's about: Julian Anson, a once-promising Foreign Service employee, confronts professional disappointment and personal failure while picnicking along the English seaside. Jolted into the realization that maybe it's not too late—he seizes an opportunity to correct his past mistakes and start fresh . . .but will the results be any different?
Dear Evan Hansen
Second Stage Tony Kiser Theatre 305 West 43rd Street
Musical that premiere in DC with book by Steven Levenson, music and lyrics by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, choreography by Danny Mefford. Directed by Michael Greif. Cast: Ben Platt in title role,Laura Dreyfuss, Mike Faist, Rachel Bay Jones, Will Roland, And Tony Nominee Jennifer Laura Thompson, John Dossett, Kristolyn Lloyd. From 3/26/16; opening 5/01/16. Running time: Approx 2 hour and 40 minutes includes 1 intermission. Scenic design by David Korins, costume design by Emily Rebholz, lighting design by Japhy Weideman, sound design by Nevin Steinberg, and projection design by Peter Nigrini. The musical director is Ben Cohn and the music supervisor is Alex Lacamoire. Our Review
Westside Theatre W. 43rd Street
This is a return engagement of the musical comedy written by Dennis T. Giacino that recently had a successful run at the Theatre at St. Clement's --- Our Review. it returns to Manhattan for an open-ended run starting 3/13/15, and with the original cast.
Barrow Street Theatre 27 Barrow Street at 7th Avenue (From 1 at Christopher Street walk 1 block South on 7th Avenue to Barrow-- From A, C, E, B, D, F and M at West 4th walk West on 4th Street and turn left on Barrow) http://www.barrowstreettheatre.com/
North American premiere of playwright Lucy Prebble's play, directed by David Cromer. From 3/02/16; opening 3/16/16; closing 6/19/16. extended and now closing 9/04/16 What it's about: Connie is a psychology student. Tristan is a charming drifter. Both have signed up to a clinical trial for a new antidepressant super-drug. Sealed off from the outside world, the attraction between Connie and Tristan turns into deeper feelings as their doses get stronger. As the trial's overseeing physician and her superior contend with the illicit relationship of their charges, they become increasingly conflicted about the ethical implications of their work. It's soon clear that neither is objective about the complex issues that surround them. Cast: Kati, Brazda, Susannah Flood, Carter HudsonSteve Key. Scenic Design by Marsha Ginsberg, Costume Design by Sarah Laux, Lighting Design by Tyler Micoleau, Sound Design by Erik T. Lawson, Original Composition by Daniel Kluger, Projection Design by Maya Ciarrocchi, Fight Direction by J. David Brimmer. Our Review
The McGinn/Cazale Theatrat 76th St.(212) 246-4422 2ST.com
Comedy Lucy Teitler. From 7/18/16; opening 7/28/16 What it's About: it's summer in New England and every weekend is someone else's engagement party. The wildflowers, specialty cocktails, and artisanal appetizers are totally Instagram-worthy, but the people are not quite so perfect. One night, Lauren takes it into her own hands to make sure that her best friend doesn't marry an inadequate suitor – a drunken mistake that incites a cascade of calamities, threatening to expose all of Lauren's secrets.closing. Cast and creatives TBA
Snapple Theater Center 210 West 50th Street at Broadway, 212 - 307 - 4100
Book & Lyrics by Tom Jones. Music by Harvey Schmidt. Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays at 8PM; Wednesday and Saturdays at 2PM; Sundays at 3PM and 7:30PM The current cast: Edward Watts (El Gallo), Erik Altemus (Matt), Juliette Trafton (Luisa), Gene Jones (Hucklebee), Bill Bateman (Bellomy), MacIntyre Dixon (Henry), Michael Nostrand (Mortimer), Matt Leisy (The Mute)Our Review Update:
50 Shades! The Musical
Elektra Theatre 300 W. 43rd Street www.50ShadesTheMusical.com
- The Original Parody of the book. From 2/21/14; opening 3/12/14; closing 9/06/15-- changed to an early closing date of 4/26/16. Tuesday at 7:30pm, Wednesday at 2:00pm, Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday at 7:30pm and 10:00pm, Saturday at 3:00pm and 8:00pm, and Sunday at 3:00pm. Tickets, $49-$79. What it's about: a trio of girlfriends setting aside staid book club fare in favor of a sexier sort of page-turner. Interest piqued, they devour the novel while the notorious characters', Anastasia and Christian, delicious affair comes to life before their eyes. Book by Al Samuels, Amanda Blake Davis, Emily Dorezas, Jody Shelton, Ashley Ward, and Dan Wessels; music and lyrics by Amanda Blake Davis, Jody Shelton, Ashley Ward, Al Samuels and Dan Wessels. Set and Costume Design is by John Dunnett, Lighting Design is by Herrick Goldman, and Sound Design is by Matt Kraus. Joy Dewing is the casting director. With the movie of the same name hitting screens, the play' gained yet another extension, now running into Labor Day. This seems to be a girl's night out event.
The McGinn/Cazale Theatr at 76th St.(212) 246-4422 2ST.com
World premiere by Sofia Alvarez, directed by Portia Krieger. What it's about: Kevin and Molly are a 30-something couple about to get married. Their best friend Nate just broke up with Lil, his much younger performance artist girlfriend. The group is navigating Gotham living at varying levels of success, which inevitably means attending friends' Cast: Constantine Maroulis (American Idol, Rock of Ages), alongside Zoe Chao, Aaron Costa Ganis, and Anabelle Lemieux. From 5/17/16; opening 5/26/16. closing.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center of New York City
MCC at Lucille Lortel Theater
New comedy by Halley Feiffer, directed by Trip Cullman. Cast: Beth Behrs, Lisa Emery, Erik Lochtefeld, and Jacqueline Sydney. What it's about: In A Funny Thing…, a foul-mouthed twenty-something comedian and a middle-aged man embroiled in a nasty divorce are brought together unexpectedly when their cancer-stricken mothers become roommates in the hospital. Together, this unlikely duo must negotiate some of life's biggest challenges... while making some of the world's most inappropriate jokes. Can these two very lost people learn to laugh through their pain and lean on each other when all they really want to do is run away? From 5/19;16; opening 6/07/16; closing 7/03/16. Our Review
The Gazillion Bubble Show
New World Stages Stage 2 340 West 50th Street 212.239.6200
Bubble artist Fan Yang's family entertainment show. From 2/15/07; opening 2/15/07; open ended. Wed at 11am and 2pm ; Sat 11am, 2pm and 4:30pm; Sunday at 12pm (noon) and 3pm. $44.50 - $64.50 . Run Time:1 hour, 20 minutes (no intermission)
Potomac Theatre Project at Atlantic Stage 2, 330 West 16 St
Revival by C.P. Taylor, directed by PTP's Co-Artistic Director Jim Petosa. what it's about: Set partly inside the mind of a "good man", Professor John Halder, we see a normal German slowly succumb to the rising madness, slipping the bonds of family and friendship.From 7/05/16; opening 7/12/16; closing 8/07/16. Cast: Michael Kaye, Tim Spears, Valerie Leonard , Christo Grabowski, Judith Chafee, Adam Ludwig, Noah Berman, Caitlin Rose Duffy, Amanda Whiteley and Jesse Garlick.
New York Theatre Workshop 79 E. 4th Street nytw.org
Folk opera by Anais Clement, directed by Rachel Chavkin. Cast:Shaina Taub, Nabiyah Be, Damon Daunno, Lulu Fall, Amber Gray, Patrick Page, Jessie Shelton, Chris Sullivan. What it's about: the recipient of a Richard Rodgers Production Award, follows Orpheus' mythical quest to overcome Hades and regain his one true love, Eurydice. Scenery by Rachel Hauck; costumes by Michael Krass; lighting by Jennifer Tipton; sound by Rob Kaplowitz; choreography by David Neumann; dramaturgy by Ken Cerniglia; music direction by Liam Robinson; arrangements and orchestrations by Michael Chorney; and co-arrangements and orchestrations and music supervision by Todd Sickafoose. From 5/0616; opening 5/23/16; closing 7/03/16. Review:Hadestown at curtainup.com/ http://www.curtainup.com/hadestown16.html
Theatre for a New Audience at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn
. From 6/04/16; opening 6/22/16; closing 7/30/16.
Cherry Lane Theatre 38 Commerce Street
opening 10/23/15. What it's About: The story of the "New Brown America," based on true events from Minhaj's first generation Indian-American experience. Navigating between two worlds, it follows Minhaj's arrival in the US, meeting his estranged sister, interracial love, racism, bullying, and his family's quest to achieve the elusive American Dream. Update: The show closed but is coming back to the Cherry Lane for a return engagement from 1/07/16 to 1/30/16. Our Review
Theater Breaking Through Barriers at Clurman Theatre 410 West 42nd Street 212-239-6200
World premiere by Samuel D. Hunter, directed by Stella Powell-Jones. From 6/11/16; opening 6/22/16; closing 7/16/16. Performances are Tuesday - Wednesday at 7pm, Thursday - Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 3pm & 8pm, and Sunday at 3pm. What it's about: 25 years ago, a motley group of friends met as kids at a summer camp where the head counselor secretly taught them that their disabilities could be "cured" through the power of prayer. Today, the group has gathered to mourn the untimely passing of one of its members. Over the course of the night, old wounds are uncovered, friendships are tested and the truth surrounding their late friend becomes troublingly clear. Set by Jason Simms, costumes by Christopher Metzger, lighting by Alejandro Fajardo, and sound by Brandon Wolcott.
Brits Off-Broadway at 59e59 Street
World premiere by Alan Ayckbourne paired with his earlier 1974 play Confusions. Written and directed by Ayckbourne. Cast: Stephen Billington, Elizabeth Boag, Russell Dixon, Charlotte Harwood, Evelyn Hoskins, Richard Stacey. What it's about: A decorated war hero returns to his boyhood stomping ground with a new bride but once the welcome flags stop waving, few of his friends seem especially happy to see him again. From 5/26/16; opening 6/09.16 closing 7/02/16. Our Review
Himself and Nora
Minetta Lane Theatre, 18 Minetta Lane, between Sixth Avenue and MacDougal Street www.HimselfandNoraMusical.com
New musical with book, music and lyrics by Jonathan Brielle, directed by Michael Bush. Cast: Matt Bogart as James Joyce and Whitney Bashor as Nora, also Michael McCormick, Zachary Prince, Lianne Marie Dobbs, and Victoria Huston-Elem. From 5/14/16; opening 6/06/16; closing 9/06/16.Tuesdays at 7pm, Wednesdays at 2pm and 8pm, Thursdays at 8pm, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm and 8pm, and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets for are $89 with premium and gold seating available. Our Review
I'll Say She Is
Connelly Theater 220 East 4th Street between Ave A & B
Revival of "lost" 1924 musical comedy revue that was the Broadway debut of the Marx Brothers. Original book and lyrics by Will B. Johnstone as adapted and expanded by Noah Diamond, with music by Tom Johnstone and additional music by Alexander Johnstone. Amanda Sisk directs. From 5/28/16; opening 6/02/16; closing 7/02/16. What it's about: The Marx Brothers attempt to thrill and amuse a wealthy heiress in search of excitement with f comedy sketches and musical numbers that take them to Wall Street, Times Square, a Chinatown opium den, and even Napoleon's palace. Cast: Noah Diamond as Groucho, Seth Shelden as Harpo, Matt Roper as Chico and Matt Walters as Zeppo with Melody Jane as Beauty, Kathy Biehl as the dowager Ruby Mintworth and Jennifer Harder and C.L. Weatherstone in featured roles. Musical direction and arrangements by Sabrina Chap and choreography byShea Sullivan.
Manhattan Theater Club City Center Stage I 131 West 55th Street
American premiere by Nick Payne, directed by Doug Hughes. From 5/03/16; opening 5/24/16; closing 7/10/16. Cast: Geneva Carr, Charlie Cox, Heather Lind, Morgan Spector --the 4 actors will play a combined 21 characters within three interwoven stories. What it's about: A pathologist steals the brain of Albert Einstein; a neuropsychologist embarks on her first romance with another woman; a seizure patient forgets everything but how much he loves his girlfriend. Incognito braids these mysterious stories into one whole that asks whether memory and identity are nothing but illusions. Scott Pask (scenic design), Catherine Zuber (costume design), Ben Stanton (lighting design), David Van Tieghem (original music & sound design), J. David Brimmer (fight director), Peter Pucci (movement direction), and Stephen Gabis (dialect coach). See www.ManhattanTheatreClub.com for schedule and tickets. Running Time: approx 90 minutes, no intermission. Our Review
Vineyard Theatre on Union Square, In association with La Jolla Playhouse and Yale Repertory Theatre
New York premiere of a new play with music, written by Paula Vogel, and created by Vogel and Rebecca Taichman. Music by Lisa Gutkin and Aaron Halva, cChoreography by David Dorfman. Directed by Taichman. From 4/27/16; opening 5/17/16.Cast: Katrina Lenk, Mimi Lieber, Max Gordon Moore, Tom Nelis, Steven Rattazzi, Richard Topol, Adina Verson What it's about: Inspired by the true events surrounding the controversial 1923 Broadway debut of Sholem Asch's God Of Vengeance, a play seen by some as a seminal work of Jewish culture, and by others as an act of traitorous libel. the play charts the history of an incendiary drama and the path of the artists who risked their careers and lives to perform it. Our Review
Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theater 416 West 42nd Street
World Premiere by Gregory S. Moss, directed By Carolyn Cantor. Cast: Owen Campbell, Jonathan Hadary, Elise Kibler, Joe Tippett. From 5/13/16; opening 6/08/16; closing 6/26/16. What it's about: Abandoned by his wayward mom, Daniel (Mr. Campbell) is consigned to spend summer with granddad (Mr. Hadary) in a Rhode Island beach town, where the locals don't look kindly on city kids. But his hapless vacation turns around when he meets Izzy (Ms. Kibler) and a passing fling that could last a lifetime, as impossible and charmed as an indian summer. Scenic design by Dane Laffrey, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Eric Southern and sound design by Stowe Nelson. Production Stage Manager is Kyle Gates.Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7PM, Thursdays and Fridays at 8PM, Saturdays at 2:30 PM & 8PM and Sundays at 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM. There's a special Monday evening performance on June 6 at 7PM. The Wednesday, May 25 performance has an 8PM curtain and the Thursday evening, May 26 performance has an early 7PM curtain for a special 30&Under Night. Our Review
Second Stage Tony Kiser Theatre 305 West 43rd Street
World Premiere by Leslye Headland, directed by Trip Cullman from 8/02/16; opening mid-August. Casting and complete creative team TBA. What it's about: Ever wonder who that stranger is sitting next to you? What is their story? What are they hiding? Shellie and Dex dare to answer these questions after their flight is delayed on a snowy Thanksgiving night. What they discover about themselves, and each other, sends both of their lives into upheaval.
Playwrights Horizons Peter Jay Sharp Theater 416 West 42nd Street
A new play b Adam Bock, directed byAnne Kauffman. From 9/30/16; opening 10/24/16; closing 11/13/16. Cast: David Hyde Pierce, other cast TBA. What it's about: Nate Martin (Mr. Pierce) is hopelessly single. When his most recent breakup, another in a lifelong string of ill-fated matches, casts him into a funk, he turns to the only source of wisdom he trusts: the stars. Poring over astrological charts, he obsessively questions his past and his place in the cosmos. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 2:30 & 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2:30 & 7PM.
Locusts Have No King
INTAR 500 West 52nd Street, at Tenth Avenue, on the 4th Floor
Play by J. Julian Christopher, directed by David Mendizábal. Cast. John Concado, Dan Domingues, David Grimm and Liam Torres. The performance runs 90 minutes with no intermission. From 3/18/16; opening 3/30/16; closing 4/24/16. What it's about: Two gay couples get together for a dinner party. They work together. They even live in the same building. And, they are closeted. But when one of them ponders his resignation, the others fear the exposure of their hidden relationships. They cannot allow this to happen. They won't allow this to happen. So, all hell breaks loose... literally.
The Marvelous Wonderettes
Kirk Theatre, 410 West 42 Street
Written and Created by Roger Bean, directed by Tom D'Angora and Michael D'Angora. Cast: Christina Bianco (Missy), Kathy Brier (Suzy), Jenna Leigh Green (Cindy Lou), Sally Schwab (Betty Jean).Running Time: 90 minutes. From 4/28/2016; closing 9/04/16. Sunday at 3 p.m., Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. and 8:15 p.m., Thursday at 8;15 p.m.. Our Review
Men On Boats
Playwrights Horizons- Peter Jay Sharp Theater 416 West 42nd Street
The acclaimed comedy which premiered at the Clubbed Thumb 2015 Summerworks Festiva. Written by Jaclyn Backhaus and directed by American Theater Company Artistic Director Will Davis. From 7/20/16; opening 8/01/16; closing 8/14/16. Cast: Hannah Cabell as OG, Danielle Davenport as Hall, Danaya Esperanza as Seneca, Donnetta Lavinia Grays as Sumner, Birgit Huppuch as Goodman, Layla Khoshnoudi as Bradley,Kelly McAndrew as Powell, Kristen Sieh as Dunn, Jocelyn Bioh as Hawkins, Elizabeth Kenny) as Old Shady. What it's about: Ten explorers. Four boats. One Grand Canyon. Anachronistic retelling of the 1869 Powell expedition, when a one-armed captain and a crew of insane yet loyal volunteers set out to chart the course of the Colorado River. Scenic design by Arnulfo Maldonado, costume design by Ásta Bennie Hostetter, lighting design by Solomon Weisbard and sound design by Jane Shaw. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30PM, Saturdays at 2PM & 7:30PM and Sundays at 2PM
No End of Blame: Scenes of Overcoming
Potomac Theatre Project at Atlantic Stage 2, 330 West 16 St
PTP's Co-Artistic Director Richard Romagnoli direct this Howard Barker revival featuring cartoon projections by illustrator Gerald Scarfe. What it's about: a scathing commentary about the censorship of art. The play's protagonist is the brilliant Hungarian political cartoonist Bela Veracek (loosely based on the celebrated German cartoonist Victor Weisz), who's constantly at odds with the governments he lampoons, and the newspapers that admire his talent. From 7/05/16; opening 7/13/16; closing 8/07/16. Cast: Alex Draper, David Barlow, Stephanie Janssen, Megan Byrne, Jonathan Tindle, Christo Grabowski, Nicholas Hemerling, Alexander Burnett, Shannon Gibbs, Steven Medina, Ashley Fink and Gabrielle Owens.
Lincoln Center Theater's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
New York premiere of J. T. Rogers dark comedy directed by Bartlett Sher. From 6/16/16; opening 7/11/16. What it's about: Story of how Norwegian diplomat Mona Juul and her husband, social scientist Terje Rød-Larsen, planned and orchestrated top-secret, high-level meetings between the State of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, which culminated in the signing of the historic 1993 Oslo Accords. Cast: Michael Aronov, Adam Dannheisser, Jennifer Ehle, Daniel Jenkins, Dariush Kashani, Jefferson Mays, Daniel Oreskes, Henny Russell, Joseph Siravo, and T. Ryder Smith. Sets by Michael Yeargan, costumes by Catherine Zuber, lighting by Donald Holder, and sound by Peter John Still. Rogers is also the author of the plays Blood and Gifts, The Overwhelming, and Madagascar.
Cherry Lane Theatre 38 Commerce St.
A new comedy by Israel Horovitz directed by Barnet Kellman Cast: Estelle Parsons, Judith Ivey, Angelina Fiordellisi, Francesca Choy. From 6/07/16; opening 6/19/16; closing. What it's about: Depicts what happens when four women arrive in Paris for the funeral of a 100-year-old man who loved each of them. For 24 hours, they share his apartment, delicious secrets, and a dead cat. Scenic Designer, Neil Patel, Costume Designer, Joseph G. Aulisi, Lighting Designer, Paul Miller,Sound Designer, Leon Rothenberg. Wednesday @ 3pm & 7pm,Thursday & Friday @ 7pm, Saturday @ 3pm & 7pm, and Sunday @ 7pm. No Wed matinee on 6/8, no performance on 6/26; added Perf on 6/28 at 7pm Our Review
Peter and the Star Catcher
New World Stages W. 50th Street www.peterandthestarcatcher.com This show moved uptown from a New York Theatre Workshop premiere. and ended its successful run 1/20/13 but will resurface at New World Stages 3/20/13. Direction by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers. Written by Rick Elice. Based on the bestselling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. review
A new play co-created and written by James Graham, and co-created and directed by Josie Rourke. What it's about: An exploration of the digital age that will feature a cast of seven with Daniel Radcliffe as "The Writer." from 7/05/16; opening 7/18/16; closing 8/07/16. This first-time collaboration between The Public and the Donmar Warehouse. Cast, in addition to Radcliffe: De'Adre Aziza, Raffi Barsoumian, Michael Countryman, Rachel Dratch, and Reg Rogers playing an ensemble of real-life high profile politicians, journalists and technologists who have all contributed exclusively to the show. This provocative theatrical event will ask audiences to charge their phones, leave them ON during the performance and to embark on a fascinating dive online and into a new reality where we're all connected...for better or worse. Tuesdays through Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. (There is no 2:00 p.m. performance on Saturday, July 9; and Tuesday, July 19.) The Library at The Public is open nightly for food and drinks, beginning at 5:00 p.m., and Joe's Pub at The Public continues to offer some of the best music in the city. For more information, visit www.publictheater.org.]
Irish Rep, W.22nd St.
From 7/20/16; opening 7/28/16closing 9/11/16. Cast:Patrick O’Kane,Robert Zawadzki, Declan Conlon. What it's about Belfast is a place where things need to be said. Following the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, the guns were silenced but the chasm between the Republican and Unionist sides remains wide and bitter. Tonight, in a small back-street bar, while Northern Ireland plays Poland on the TV, Jimmy and Ian will meet for the first time. They share a violent past and this is a conversation that's been brewing for more than 20 year Tues at 7pm,Wed at 3pm & 8pm, Thu at 7pm,Fri at 8pm, Sat at 3pm & 8pm, Sun at 3pm. Approx. Running Time: 75 minutes, no intermission
Brits Off Broadway 59E59St
Philip Ridley play, directed by David Mercatali. Cast: Debra Baker, Sean Michael Verey, Gemma Wheeler. What it's about: Comedy about housing market, homelessness and inequality. From 6/02/16; closing 7/03/16 Our Review
RUTHLESS! The Musical
St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street
From 6/25/15; opening 7/13/15/ closing 1/30/16-- extended still again to 9/10/16! New production of 22-year-old musical that's been a long time favorite in regional theaters.. Book and lyrics are by Joel Paley with music by Marvin Laird. What it's about: When The Bad Seed meets Gypsy it's fun for the whole dysfunctional family! Tina Denmark is a pretty, charming who "was born to entertain." With the encouragement of slick and overbearing potential agent Sylvia St. Croix, Tina will do anything to play the lead in her school play. Cast: Peter Land, Kim Maresca, Rita McKenzie, Andrea McCullough, Tracy Jai Edwards Tori Murray> Review .
The School For Scandal
Red Bull Theater at The Lucille Lortel Theater 121 Christopher Street
Richard Brinsley Sheridan play, directed by Marc Vietor. Cast: Dana Ivey, Mark Linn-Baker, Francis Barber, Henry Stram, Helen Cespedes, Christian Conn, Christian DeMarais, Jacob Dresch, Ramsey Faragallah, Ryan Garbayo, Bradley Gibson, Nadine Malouf, Ben Mehl, and Derek Smith. From 4/08/16; opening 4/24/16; closing 5/08/1. What it's about: Sheridan dissects a social network of grotesques, gossips, lustful hypocrites and anonymous assassins of reputation who live in a world without privacy, morality or taste. Our Review
New World Stages/Stage 4 340 West 50th Street 212-239-6200 ShearMadness.com
New York premiere of long touring comedy whodunit; From 10/22/15; open-ended. Cast: Adam Gerber, Jeremy Kushnier, Kate Middleton, Patrick Noonan, Jonathan Spivey, and Lynne Wintersteller. What it's about: The mystery in which the audience gets to solve the crime is set in a local hair salon that turns into a wacky murder scene. It was adapted by Bruce Jordan from a play entitled Scherenschnitt written in 1963 by German writer and psychologist to use as a study of how people perceive or misperceive reality. It was first presented in 1978. Monday at 7pm, Wednesday through Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm, and Sunday at 3pm and 7:30pm. Tickets from $49.50. our review
Irish Rep 132 West 22nd Street www.irishrep.org 212-727-2737
Reopening of the Company's main stage in chelsea. Revival of Conor Mcpherson play, directed By Ciaran O'Reilly. From 5/17/16; opening 6/09/16; closing 7/03/16: Cast: Matthew Broderick, Billy Carter, Lisa Dwan and James Russell at or online at www.irishrep.org. What it's about: John (Matthew Broderick) is seeking help from Ian, a counselor (Billy Carter), after the unexpected death of his wife. Though shaken by the loss, John is troubled by more than just grief; he has begun to see his wife's ghost in their home. Scenic design Charlie Corcoran, costume design by Martha Hally, and lighting design by Michael Gottlieb.Tuesdays at 7pm; Wednesdays at 3pm and 8pm; Thursdays at 7pm; Fridays at 8pm; Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm; and Sundays at 3pm. Running Time: 100 minutes, no intermission
The Culture Project- Lynn Redgrave Theater 45 Bleecker Street
NY premiere of thriller by Mat Schaffer, directed by Myriam Cyr,. Cast: Brian Murray, Vanessa Britting and Anthony J. Goes. From; opening 7/09/16; closing 7/30/16. What it's about: Ayoung psychic who has been the subject of a retired professor, set out to scientifically prove the existence of the soul. The young man whose rare gift allows him to channel a mysterious entity named Simon, is ready to abandon the work until a young widow convinces him to do one last reading. Through their unexpected connect
Sistas: The Musical
St. Luke's Theatre 308 West 46th Street(212) 239-6200
What it's about: Musical journey, of a multi-generational African-American Family. The narrative is stitched together using the lyrics of songs that perfectly capture the mood and speaks to the issues of each period and time. In the end, the women find strength in each others' stories and arrive at a way to best honor the memory of their beloved Grandma - a seminal figure in their development as strong and accomplished women. From 9/29/2011/ opening 10/11/; Open-Ended. Thursday at 7:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday at 4:30 pm Tickets:$39.50-$69.50.Directed by Kenneth Ferrone. Written by Dorothy Marcic
Atlantic Linda Gross Main Stage Stage on West 20th Street
World premiere of Dominique Morisseau's third play in her Detroit trilogy, directed by Obie Award winning actor, writer and director Ruben Santiago-Hudson transfers from a success run at the Atlantic's 2nd Stage from 5/13/16; opening 5/19/16; closing 6/19/16. What it's about: A makeshift family of workers at the last exporting auto plant in the city navigate the possibility of foreclosure. Power dynamics shift, and they are pushed to the limits of survival. When the line between blue collar and white collar gets blurred, how far over the lines are they willing to step? Cast: Jason Dirden (Dez), Wendell B. Franklin (Reggie), Lynda Gravatt (Faye),nikiya Mathis (Shanita), Adesola Osakalumi (Choreographer/Performer). For a review of Paradise Blue, the previous play in this Detroit triptych, also directed by Santiago-Hudson. Running Time: 2 hours and 5 minutes, including intermisson. our review
Small Mouth Sounds
Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street www.SmallMouthSounds.com
Written by Bess Wohl and directed by Rachel Chavkin. From 7/03/16; opening 7/13/16; closing 9/25/16.Originally staged and produced by Ars Nova, this reprise reunites many of the original cast members, including Marcia DeBonis, Jojo Gonzalez , Brad Heberlee (These Paper Bullets), Sakina Jaffrey and Babak Tafti (The North Pool). Additional casting TBA. What it's about: In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled with awkward humor, this strange and compassionate new play asks how we address life's biggest questions when words fail us. Laura Jellinek (Scenic Design), Tilly Grimes (Costume Design), Mike Inwood (Lighting Design), Stowe Nelson (Sound Design), Andrew Schneider (Projection Design), and Noah Mease (Prop Design). Cast:Quincy Tyler Bernstin, Zoe Winters, Max Baker, Carmen Zilles, and James Seol, Marcia DeBonis, Jojo Gonzalez, Brad Heberlee, Babak Tafti. Performances July 3 - July 17: Tuesday - Friday at 7:30pm; Wednesday at 2pm; Saturday at 2pm and 8pm; and Sunday at 2pm and 7:30pm. Beginning July 18: Monday - Friday at 7:30pm, Wednesday at 2pm, Saturday at 5pm and 8:30pm. Beginning September 5: Tuesday – Friday at 7:30pm, Wednesday at 2pm, Saturday at 5pm and 8:30pm, and Sunday at 7:30pm.
June Havoc Theatre 312 West 36th Street
Cast: Jack Fellows, Dea Julien, Jocelyn Kuritsky, Lexi Lapp and Bruce McKenzie. What it's about: A young journalist is assigned to write about sexual assault on college campuses must find a unique angle for the story that will sell. During her investigation, she encounters a student with a horrific story to tell. Determined to bring the events to light, this ambitious reporter refuses to let anything stop her—including the truth. From; 6/11/16; opening 6/23;closing 7/03/16
Orpheum, 126 Second Ave (7th-8th St.), 477-3477.
An eight-member music troupe that uses low-cost, everyday object instruments to create high-energy rhythms. An off-Broadway, all-audience,long-running hit (opened 2/27/94). Our Review
OK for ages 8 and up. The age category is probably conservative.
Women's Project at McGinn/Cazale Theatre 2162 Broadway & 76th Street
From 9/23/16; closing 11/06/16. A World Premiere by by Lisa Lampanelli, directed directed by Jackson Gay What it's about: A bulimic, a compulsive eater, a confident overweight gal, and a chronically thin chick bringing together four disparate stories to paint a portrait of the insanity of a world that forces women to address hard-hitting issues. 7:00pm Tuesday-Thursday, 8:00pm Friday, 2:00pm & 8:00p Saturday, 2:00pm Sunday
The Total Bent
Public's Anspacher Theater, 425 Lafayette Street (212) 967-7555, www.publictheater.ort
World premiere with text by Stew, music by Stew and Heidi Rodewald, directed by Joanna Settle. From 5/10/16; opening 5/25/16; closing 6/19/16-extended to 6/26/19 (a one week extension before opening. Cast: Marty Beller (Drums, Musical Direction); Ato Blankson-Wood (Marty Roy); John Blevins (Trumpet); Kenny Brawner (Deacon Charlie); David Cale (Byron Blackwell); Vondie Curtis Hall (Joe Roy); Damian Lemar Hudson (Deacon Dennis); Jahi Kearse (Andrew); Brad Mulholland (Saxophone); Heidi Rodewald (Bass); Stew (Guitar); and Curtis Wiley (Abee). What it's about: When a British record producer arrives in Montgomery, Alabama to hook Marty Roy, a young black musical prodigy, he launches us back into Marty's tumultuous upbringing. As the son of a gospel star and self-proclaimed healer, he spent his childhood writing the songs that have made his charismatic father famous. But in a nation on the verge of social upheaval, with the rising heat from the street guiding his pen, Marty finds himself at odds with his spiritually forceful father as he strives to create a masterpiece that will change America— no matter the cost. Scenic design by Andrew Lieberman, costume design by Gabriel Berry, lighting design by Thom Weaver, sound design by Obadiah Eaves and Sten Severson, hair and wig design by Cookie Jordan, and choreography by David Neumann. Our Review
Trip of Love
Theatre: Stage 42. 422 West 42nd St. (formerly The Little Shubert)
Creator, Director and Choreographer: James Walski. Cast: Austin Miller, Laurie Wells, Kelly Felthous, Tara Palsha, David Elder, Dionne Figgins, Joey Calveri Running Time: One hours, 50 minutes. One intermission. Tickets: $109 to $35. Tues. at 7pm. Wed.-Sat. at 8pm. Wed and Sat. matinees at 2pm. Sun. matinee at 3pm.
Previews: 9/26/15. Opened: 10/18/15. Open run
Turn Me Loose
Westside Theatre 407 West 43rd Street 212/239-6200
New solo comedy by Gretchen Law about the life of Dick Gregory starring Joe Morton. What it's about: Shines a light on the first Black comedian to expose white audiences to racial comedy. Directed by John Gould Rubin. Running Time: 90 minutes, with no intermission. From 5/03/16; opening 5/19/16; closing 7/17/16. Tuesdays at 7:00pm (except May 3), Wednesdays at 2pm & 7:30pm, Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm & 8pm, and Sundays at 3pm. Our Review
St. Luke's Theatre 308 West 46th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues 212/239-6200
A comedy of crosswords and romance by Jerry Mayer, directed by Evelyn Rudie. Cast: Andrea McArdle and Kip Gilman. From 11/14/15; opening 12/09/15 open-ended. Evelyn Rudie directs a cast that stars Andrea McArdle and Kip Gilman. Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 8pm, Wednesday and Sunday matinees at 2PM. Running Time: 90 minutes without an intermission. Tickets from $39.50 (including a $2.00 Facility Fee.) What it's about: Two strangers, a psychologist (Andrea McArdle) and an unemployed ad man (Kip Gilman) find themselves alone on a San Francisco commuter train at 4 a.m., each doing their New York Times crossword puzzles. But before their crosswords are solved, they find that they may have solved the puzzles of their own lives. our review
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show
47th Street Theatre, 304 West 47th Street 212/279-4200
Created by Jonathan Rockefeller, adapted from four of Eric Carle's books: The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse, Mister Seahorse, The Very Lonely Firefly, and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Cast: Weston Long, Jake Bazel, Ariel Lauryn, Kayla Prestel, Mindy Leanse.From 1/30/16; opening 2/07/16; extended and now closing 4/17/16. Saturday @ 11am & 2pm; Sunday @ 12pm & 3pm; added performance Saturday February 6th @ 4:30pm. Running time: approximately one hour with no intermission. Our Review
Theatre at St. Clement's, 423 West 46th Street
Leonard Nimoy's solo play about Vincent van Gogh. From 4/01/16; opening 4/07/16; closing 6/05/16. This dramatized look at correspondence between Van Gohgh and his brother was originally performed by Nimoy pbut now stars James Briggs, who has toured the country to popular acclaim for three years in the title role. What it's about: Inspired by more than 500 letters exchanged between the brothers, this examines the passion and torment of the artist through his brother's eyes. The play includes over 100 stunning high-resolution projections of Vincent's artwork on a large screen. The design team includes James Briggs (sets), Scott Pinkney (lights) and Barbara Pope (costumes) Performances are Wednesday and Thursday at 7pm (there is a 7pm performance on Tuesday, April 5), Friday and Saturday at 8pm; with matinees Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 3pm. Our Review
LCT3 Claire Tow Theater 150 West 65th Street, lct.org
New comedy/drama by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz.. Cast: Chris Myers, Rachel Nicks, Austin Durant, Reggie Gowland, Michele Shay, Lance Coadie Williams and Charlayne Woodard. From 5/21/16; opening 6/06/16; closing 7/03/16. what it's about: Tensions escalate between Tate (Myers) and Joanne (Nicks) after their mother has a stroke. As they attack each other in their mother's hospital room, they are ambushed by two strangers who make a shocking claim about their grandfather during WWII. Sets by Mimi Lien, costumes by Montana Blanco, lighting by Matt Frey and sound by Bray Poor.
Daryl Roth Theatre 101 East 15th Street Between Union Square East and Irving Place
Fuerzabruta, presents his new material and revisits previous materials. It's still general admission, no seats so you You will be on your feet during the 80 minute performance and may be asked to move and/or participate. It is recommended that you dress casually and check articles with the coat check service and be aware that strobe lights, loud noises, water, mist & fog. Composer: Gaby Kerpel. Director: Diqui James From 6/27/14; opening 7/08/14; open ended. May be inappropriate for 7 and under. Our Review
What Did You Expect?
Public's LuEsther Hall 425 Lafayette Street (212) 967-7555, www.publictheater.org
second play of a three play cycle about the Gabriels written and directed by Richard Nelson. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Like his Appple Family plays, the trilogy will feature. will premiere in September to be followed by the final play Women Of A Certain Age, will open on election night, November 8, 2016. Unlike the Apple plays which spanned 4 years, this group will be set on three specific evenings over just eight months and parallel our presidential election, as it weaves its way through the lives of the Gabriel family. Once again, each play will open on the day it is set and unfold in real time over a couple of hours. Cast: Meg Gibson (Karin Gabriel), Lynn Hawley (Hannah Gabriel), Roberta Maxwell (Patricia Gabriel), Maryann Plunkett (Mary Gabriel), Jay O. Sanders (George Gabriel), and Amy Warren (Joyce Gabriel). Plot details: The Gabriels live just around the corner from the Apples in Rhinebeck, New York. Scenic design by Susan Hilferty and Jason Ardizzone-West; costume design by Susan Hilferty; lighting design by Jennifer Tipton; and sound design by Scott Lehrer and Will Pickens. Our Review of Hungry, the 1st
Wolf in the River
Flea Theater 41 White Street between Church and Broadway 212-352-3101 or www.theflea.org
A world premiere written and directed by Adam Rapp. Explores love and neglect, the challenges of poverty, the dangerous cost of shiftlessness, the simple notion of leaving a place behind, and the value of a girl. from 3/10/16; opening 3/21/16; closing 5/02/16. Update: As of 4/04, the prouduction will go on a brief hiatus, returning 4/28/16 and continue running in rep with The Place We Built by Sarah Gancher.
Playwrights Realm at the Duke on 42nd Street229 W 42nd St
World Premiere by Sarah Delappe, directed by Lila Neugebauer. From 8/29/16; opening ; closing 9/24/16. What it's about: A portrait of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals. Details TBA.
New World Stages Stage, 5 at 340 West 50th Street
Written by James Ortiz based on original writings of L. Frank Baum. Directed by Ortiz and Claire Karpen. Cast: Benjamin Bass (Kalidah/Munchkin), Devin Dunne Cannon (understudy), Will Gallacher (Pa/Tinker), Alex J. Gould (Tinker/Munchkin), Amanda A. Lederer (The Witch/Tinker), Aaron McDaniel (understudy), Lauren Nordvig (The Witch/Tinker), James Ortiz (Nick Chopper), Eliza Martin Simpson (Nimmee), Meghan St. Thomas (Munchkin) and Sophia Zukoski (The Witch/Munchkin). Music Director & Violinist: Naomi Florin
Running Time: 75 minutes. From 1/27/16; opening 2/08/16; closing 5/29/16 review
You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown
York Theatre Company at Saint Peter's 619 Lexington Avenue, entrance on East 54th Street, just east of Lexington Avenue
Based On The Comic Strip by Charles M. Schulz. Book, Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner with additional material by Andrew Lippa. directed by Michael Unger. From 5/24/16; opening 5/31/16; closing 6/26/16. The toy-piano simplicity of the original 1967 Off-Broadway version with additions from the 1999 Broadway revival. Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m., Thursdays – Saturdays at 8:00 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 p.m.
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