Claire Saunders, Ben Chavez, Jesse Manocherian and David Spadora in a scene from Marry Harry, directed by Bill Castellino at York Theatre Company.
Claire Saunders, Ben Chavez, Jesse Manocherian, and David Spadora in a scene from Marry Harry, directed by Bill Castellino, at York Theatre Company.
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Marry Harry is currently in previews at York Theatre Company for a limited engagement through May 21. Opening night is set for May 4.

David Spadora and Morgan Cowling get close in a scene from the show.
David Spadora and Morgan Cowling get close in a scene from the show.
(© Carol Rosegg)

Featuring a book by Jennifer Robbins and music and lyrics by Dan Martin and Michael Biello, Marry Harry is "a romantic comedy set in New York's East Village, about two people on the verge of 30 whose family ties hold a little too tightly — Little Harry, a cook at his father's failing neighborhood restaurant with dreams of becoming a great Italian chef, and Sherri, who works for her controlling mother's real estate office but longs for something more. When their whirlwind romance sets their parents on edge, Harry and Sherri must attempt to find their own ways in life.''

Marry Harry opens May 4.
Marry Harry opens May 4.
(© Carol Rosegg)

Bill Castellino directs the cast of Ben Chavez, Morgan Cowling, Jesse Manocherian, Claire Saunders, Robin Skye, David Spadora, and Lenny Wolpe. Music direction is by Eric Svejcar.

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