Off-Broadway Hit Bad Jews Extends Run
Tracee Chimo and Michael Zegen will square off at the Laura Pels Theatre for one more week.
The Jews will be bad for another week.
Roundabout Theatre Company's hit production of Joshua Harmon's Bad Jews has extended its run at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre through December 22, after originally announcing a December 15 closing date. Daniel Aukin's staging originated at Roundabout Underground's 62-seat Black Box Theatre in October 2012, before moving upstairs a year later.
Tracee Chimo (Circle Mirror Transformation), Philip Ettinger (Edgewise), Molly Ranson (Carrie: The Musical), and Michael Zegen (Boardwalk Empire) complete the cast of the dark comedy, which finds two cousins (Chimo and Zegen) engaged in a potentially relationship-ending argument over the possession of their late grandfather's prized Chai necklace.
The creative team includes Lauren Helpern (scenic design), Mark Barton (lighting design), Dane Laffrey (costume design), and Shane Rettig (sound design).
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