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Theatre Information

Baruch Performing Arts Center (New York, NY)
25th Street Between Lexington and Third Avenues

Schedule

Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:30pm
Thursday through Saturday at 8pm
Wednesday, November 30 at 3pm
Sunday, December 4 at 3pm.

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An uproarious original comedy set during Broadway’s Golden Age of the 1950s! The hapless songwriting team of Howard Katz and Murray Finkel finally get their big break… when they are kidnapped by the KGB, taken to Russia, and forced to fix the world’s worst communist propaganda musical. Will they choose fame or freedom?

Prospect Theater Company's IRON CURTAIN Extends Thru 12/4Prospect Theater Company's IRON CURTAIN Extends Thru 12/4
by BWW News Desk - November 27, 2011

Prospect Theater Company's critically-acclaimed Off Broadway production of Iron Curtain, originally scheduled to run through November 27, 2011, will instead play through December 4. A post-performance talkback with members of the creative team and cast will be held at the theater following the Wednesday, November 30 matinee. (more...)

Prospect Theater Company's IRON CURTAIN Extends Thru 12/4Prospect Theater Company's IRON CURTAIN Extends Thru 12/4
by BWW News Desk - November 21, 2011

Prospect Theater Company's critically-acclaimed Off Broadway production of Iron Curtain, originally scheduled to run through November 27, 2011, will instead play through December 4. A post-performance talkback with members of the creative team and cast will be held at the theater following the Wednesday, November 30 matinee. (more...)

Review - Iron Curtain: You Gotta Have SerdtseReview - Iron Curtain: You Gotta Have Serdtse
by Ben Peltz - November 17, 2011

Known primarily for their excellent work with the Prospect Theatre Company (of which she is Producing Artistic Director and he is Resident Writer), the husband and wife team of director/bookwriter Cara Reichel and composer/lyricist/bookwriter Peter Mills are responsible for some of the most exciting and innovative musical theatre New York has seen since the company was founded in 1998.  And I daresay that with Iron Curtain, they and their inspired cohorts fully succeed in presenting one of their most difficult and risk-taking concepts yet; a fast, loud and funny 1950s-style musical comedy. (more...)

 
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