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Two cousins wage war over a coveted family heirloom in this biting comedy about religion and culture. At odds are the annoyingly devout Daphna Feygenbaum, a young woman who wears her Jewishness like a righteous badge of honor, and her equally self-centered cousin Liam Haber, an entitled young man who has spent much of his life distancing himself from his cultural traditions. When the combatants are forced to spend the night in close quarters, the result is a viciously funny brawl over family, faith, and legacy.
What happens when a group of traveling side show performers decides to mount one of Shakespeare's first comedies for a lark? A ribald romp of mistaken identities ensues. One of Shakespeare's earliest, shortest, and funniest plays, and his first commissioned work, The Comedy of Errors takes us on a farcical ride where anxieties lock horns with the transformative power of love. Despite the absurdity, we are left with an awareness of mortality, human frailty, and a lingering question: how is the sense of self undermined when the world fails to recognize you?
Claire and Max find their values put to the test when best friends Alex and Elena announce they are having a baby. Claire is climbing the corporate ladder in advertising, while her husband Max is a puppeteer for PBS. With friends entering into parenthood, they ask: What happened to the indie-rock kids that hated everything their parents believed in? A dark comedy about friendship, babies, and defining success.
Written just before the modern feminist revolution opened new vistas for women, In the Summer House tells the story of the mysterious and powerful relationship between mothers and their daughters. This remarkable play by Jane Bowles premiered on Broadway in the 1953 and was revived at Lincoln center 40 years later. It explores ideas and issues that remain just as immediate and enthralling today.
Kevin James, producer, co-writer, and star of the hit comedies Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009) and Here Comes The Boom (2012) is returning to the stage to perform the kind of stand-up that got him discovered back in 1996.
The Emmy-nominated laugh-fest Last Comic Standing returned to NBC in late May with an all-new group of the world's funniest comics. Watch the series this summer on NBC, then see the finalists perform live as the comics appear onstage at The Hanover Theatre this September.
A group of New York theatre-types gather in the Ritz-Carlton Boston hotel room of a grand, charismatic leading lady. The hopeful young playwright and a cynical old one, the high-strung director and the boorish producer, and, of course, the leading lady's mother are all in seventh heaven expecting a smash out-of-town triumph. But after a disastrous reception from the Boston audience, everyone wishes they had opened in Oklahoma. Light Up the Sky is an affectionate and hilarious look at the backstage foibles and frailties of that uniquely fascinating microcosm of the world: the THEATRE!
90-minute show from the world's best Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis impersonators!
The Maine premiere of Mrs. Mannerly, a wacky comedy by Jeffrey Hatcher about an actress, with a past, who now teaches manners classes in Steubenville, Ohio.
Regrets Only by Paul Rudnick is a big over-the-top comedy that is a perfect way to chase off the winter blues. Set in an elegant NYC penthouse apartment among Manhattan's super elite, this comedy explores the latest topics of love, marriage, friendships and squandered riches.
A middle-aged Upper-West-Side doctor's wife is devoted to mornings at the Whitney, afternoons at MOMA, and evenings at BAM. Plunged into a mid-life crisis of Medea-like proportions, she's shaken out of her lethargy by the reappearance of a fascinating and somewhat mysterious childhood friend. Filled with passion and humor, the New York Times called The Tale of the Allergist's Wife a "window-rattling comedy of mid-life malaise."