Rosie O'Donnell, Carol Kane And More Star In Nora & Delia Ephron's LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE For One-Night-Only
92nd Street Y, in association with Daryl Roth, announced today that the beloved play Love, Loss, and What I Wore, which ran Off Broadway from September 2009 through March 2012, will return for one-night-only on Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 8 PM at the 92Y's Kaufmann Concert Hall. Written by Delia Ephron and the late Nora Ephron, this special performance of Love, Loss, and What I Wore will star Lucy DeVito, Carol Kane, Natasha Lyonne, Rosie O'Donnell, and Tracee Ellis Ross - all of whom starred in the show during its celebrated Off Broadway run. Karen Carpenter, who directed the original New York and Los Angeles productions, returns to direct.
Tickets ($32) are now on-sale at http://www.92y.org/Event/Love-Loss-and-What-I-Wore.
Written by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, received rave reviews Off Broadway, where it enjoyed a successful three-year run and went on to become an international hit.. Based on the best-selling book by Ilene Beckerman as well as on the recollections of the Ephrons' friends, this funny and touching play opens the closet on this and other sartorial queries by using clothes as a metaphor for matters far deeper than the average walk-in closet.
The original production of Love, Loss, and What I Wore was honored with a 2010 Drama Desk Award and a Broadway.com Audience Award. Productions have played on six continents, in places including: Cape Town, South Africa; The Philippines; Paris, France; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Sydney, Australia; Toronto, Canada and many more and is now licensed throughout the globe.
92nd Street Y is a center for the arts and innovation, a convener of ideas, and an incubator for creativity. Founded in 1874, it seeks to create, provide and disseminate programs of distinction that foster the physical and mental growth of people throughout their lives. Through its programs in New York and beyond - including the award-winning #GivingTuesday - it is transforming the way people share ideas and translate them into action all over the world. 92Y is built on a foundation of Jewish values, including the capacity of civil dialogue to change minds; the potential of education and the arts to change lives; and a commitment to welcoming and serving people of all ages, races, religions and ethnicities.