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by Joe Orton
Directed by Jesse Berger
Limited Engagement January 9 – February 9, 2014
“People are profoundly bad, but irresistibly funny.”– Joe Orton
One of the 20th Century’s most subversive comic masterpieces, this “Comedy of Horrors” is a merciless satire of religious hypocrisy, middle-class British morality, and blind faith in authority.
The McLeavy’s are in mourning, but young Hal and his partner-in-crime need someplace to stash their loot. When Scotland Yard’s finest comes sniffing about, no one escapes suspicion, from the naughty nurse to dear old gardening dad. And where did Mrs. McLeavy’s body go? Orton’s wicked stew of Oscar Wilde and Kafka is sexy, sharp-witted, and shocking.
Cast Rebecca Brooksher, Eric Martin Brown, Jarlath Conroy, Ryan Garbayo, Rocco Sisto, Nick Westrate
Creative Team Narelle Sissons, Sara Jean Tosetti, Scott Zielinski, Brad Berridge, Rick Sordelet, Stephen Gabis, Stuart Howard
GALA BENEFIT OPENING - THURSDAY JANUARY 16 - RSVP TODAY
Join special guests Robert Cuccioli, Jan Maxwell, Roberta Maxwell, Kathryn Meisle, Paul Niebanck, Matthew Rauch, Laila Robins, J. Smith-Cameron, John Douglas Thompson, Michael Urie, Marc Vietor, and more at the celebratory opening night performance. Premium tickets come with the best seats in the house plus a VIP invitation to a private pre-play champagne toast reception with special guests above. All opening night benefit tickets come with admission to the post-play opening night party and a chance to mingle with the cast and designers of the production.
To sponsor or host the opening night or for more information on being a part of this special evening, please contact Evan O'Brient.
THE MYSTERY OF IRMA VEP
by Charles Ludlam
Directed by Everett Quinton
Limited Engagement April 10 – May 11, 2014
“Ridiculous is a very much more respectable word than our critics are aware. It’s a sensibility.”– Charles Ludlam
A true American classic of theatrical language and transformation, careening outrageously through Shakespeare, Victorian melodrama, Poe and Hitchcock. With just two actors engaged in a high style quick-change act, this hilariously horrifying drama marks the return of the Ridiculous to the West Village – replete with werewolves, vampires and mummies.
GALA BENEFIT OPENING - THURSDAY APRIL 17 - TICKETS ON SALE NOW
PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE Tue-Wed 7:30pm, Thur-Fri 8pm, Sat 2pm & 8pm, Sun 3pm*
*Varies, with some Sun and Mon evening perf’s - Visit the calendar
LOCATION Lucille Lortel Theater
121 Christopher Street, between Bleecker and Hudson
Box Office opens 2 hours prior to performances
Subway: 1 to Christopher Street | Parking: 332 West 11th Street
TICKETS $20 and up – Premium seating starts at $70
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