About This Show

Actor-writer Dan Ruth reprises his hilarious testament to survival and sobriety, A Life Behind Bars. Fermented in over two decades of booze, bars, and New York City gentrification, the show, directed by multiple-MAC and Bistro Award winner Tanya Moberly, is an unapologetic, darkly funny look at what can happen when you reach for the stars and grab the bottle instead. This work is the 2016 winner of United Solo Festival’s best autobiographical show award.

Note: There is a $20 cover and a $20 minimum per person.

Show Details

Running Time: 1hr 30min (0 intermissions)
Dates: Opening Night: April 4, 2017 Final Performance: May 17, 2017
Location: The Laurie Beechman Theatre, New York City

407 W 42nd St,

New York,


View Map
Ticket Office: 3102832415

You Might Also Like

The Hand That Feeds You

Performances begin: December 5, 2024

Save 20%

The World’s Most Boring Murder

Final performance: July 28, 2024

Get discount tickets to see The World's Most Boring Murder!

Twelfth Night

Performances begin: September 25, 2024