As summer raises its bright and blinding face, it's time once again for the Midtown International Theatre Festival. 36 shows are presented during the Festival's three week run. Works include a musical about 19th-century explorer John Fremont, a revival of the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning The Subject Was Roses, a musical version of Samson and Delilah and a host of one-person shows covering such subjects as terrorism, 9/11, family relationships and the travails of working in a Broadway box office.
The Festival is held at the Workshop Theatre's Mainstage and Jewel Box spaces, both located at 312 West 36th Street, on the 4th Floor. In addition, the Festival extends its reach this year by operating out of the Where Eagles Dare Theatre, located at 347 West 36th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues, on the ground floor, just up the block from the Workshop Theatre.
The following shows have extended their runs through the week ending August 8th:
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Monday, August 2nd at 4pm
Tuesday, August 3rd at 8pm
Thursday, August 5th at 8pm
Friday, August 6th at 8pm
Saturday, August 7th at 2pm
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Sunday, August 8th at 7pm
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Wednesday, August 3rd at 9:30pm
Monday, August 2nd at 8pm
Saturday, August 7th at 8pm
The shows will be playing at the Where Eagles Dare Theatre at 347 West 36th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues) on the Ground Floor. All tickets: $20.00
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