A foreign war, burgeoning immigration, market ups and downs, exhaustion from the last
decade and fear mixed with hope as technology changes rapidly. It's just another typical day in today's society. But turn back the clocks 100 years and theatergoers will soon discover that life in the early 20th century was very similar when they see Manhattan Transfer.
Adapted from John Dos Passos's classic novel of the same name, Manhattan Transfer, by playwright Martin M. Zuckerman, is a portrait of a much younger New York City and told through the interconnected stories of exemplary Manhattanites.