(via Susan L. Schulman)
On Sunday, November 22nd, 129 former Rockettes will attend the 7 PM performance of KICK at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street, NYC. KICK, a darkly comic solo play written and performed by Joanna Rush and directed by Tony Award nominee Lynne Taylor-Corbett, opened on Sunday, October 25th for an open-ended off-Broadway engagement.
On her way to her first big New York audition, dancer Bernie O’Connell is tricked into a car and attacked in a vacant lot off the Brooklyn Queens Expressway. KICK follows Bernie from kickline to A Chorus Line to Hollywood and back as she picks up the piecesand finds the glue to put herself back together.
Joanna Rush said: 'I am absolutely thrilled that 129 of my Rockette sisters will be coming to see my show KICK on November 22nd as my experience as a Rockette is a vital part of my story. They will be in town as part of the Rockette Alumnae Association’s 90th Anniversary Celebration. I look forward to catching up and sharing a few kicks with them after the performance."
KICK, a darkly comic play, written and performed by Joanna Rush, directed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett, opened Sunday, October 25th at 7 PM at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street, west of 8th Avenue, NYC. Performances are Sundays at 7PM. Tickets: $39.50 & $59.50 via TeleCharge.com or at St. Luke's Box Office. www.KickThePlay.com
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PHOTO OP FOLLOWING THE NOVEMBER 22ND PERFORMANCE AT APPROXIMATELY 8:30 PM
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