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Take Me Out to Receive New Broadway Revival During 2019-20 Season

Richard Greenberg's Tony-winning play will be presented by Second Stage Theatre.

A scene from the original Broadway production of Take Me Out.
(© Joan Marcus)

Second Stage Theatre has announced its 2019-20 season, which includes a new Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's Tony-winning play Take Me Out.

At the Hayes Theater, Second Stage's Broadway home, will be the Broadway premiere of Tracy Letts's Linda Vista, directed by Dexter Bullard. Previews of the Steppenwolf Theatre production begin September 19, with opening night set for October 10.

This will be followed by the Broadway premiere of Bess Wohl's Grand Horizons, directed by Leigh Silverman. Previews begin December 20, with opening night set for January 23.

Greenberg's Take Me Out, directed by Scott Ellis, rounds out Second Stage's Broadway season. The baseball-themed drama begins previews March 31, with opening night set for April 23. The play ran on Broadway in 2003.

Off-Broadway, Second Stage will present the world premiere of Will Eno's The Underlying Chris, beginning performances October 29 and opening November 21. At the McGinn/Cazale Theater, Second Stage will present Our Dear Dead Drug Lord by Alexis Scheer. It begins performances September 11 in advance of a September 24 opening.

Two additional off-Broadway titles will be announced, as will casting and other information about these productions.


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