Openings and Previews

The Legend of Georgia McBride

Lucille Lortel

MCC begins its season with a comedy by Matthew Lopez, directed by Mike Donahue, about an Elvis impersonator at a Florida dive bar who loses his spot to a drag show. Previews begin Aug. 20.

Get Tickets

Love and Money

Pershing Square Signature Center

Mark Lamos directs A. R. Gurney’s play, in which a wealthy widow plans to give away everything she owns, until a young man shows up to claim his inheritance. In previews. Opens Aug. 24.

Get Tickets

Mercury Fur

Pershing Square Signature Center

In Philip Ridley's play, set in a dystopian near-future, two teen-age brothers throw parties for the rich in abandoned buildings. Scott Elliott directs for the New Group. Opens Aug. 19.

Get Tickets

The New Morality

Mint

In Jonathan Bank's revival of the Harold Chapin comedy, first produced in 1920, a woman on a houseboat on the Thames watches as her husband flirts with a neighbor. Previews begin Aug. 22.

Get Tickets

http://www.newyorker.com/goings-on-about-town/theatre

Stage Voices Publishing for archived posts and sign up for free e-mail updates: http 2015:// www.stagevoices.com/ . If you would like to contribute a review, monologue, or other work related to theatre, please write to Bob Shuman at Bobjshuman@gmail.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.