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Tickets for NYMF's Party Come Here Go On Sale Sept. 1

Tickets for Party Come Here, presented as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival from September 25th through 30th at the TBG Theatre (312 W. 36th Street) will go on sale to the general public on September 1st.

"A nervous groom, a statue of Jesus Christ, and a 500-year-old Jewish caveman will converge one night in Rio during a tropical storm when Party Come Here, a new musical comedy about sex and spirituality," according to press notes.
 
Party Come Here stars Kerry Butler (Hairspray), Fyush Finkel ("Picket Fences"), Hunter Foster (The Producers), Kaitlin Hopkins (The Great American Trailer Park Musical), Terrence Mann (Lennon), and Karen Olivo (Brooklyn), and also features Randy Aaron, Cathryn Basile, Justin Keyes and Katie Klaus.  The music and lyrics are by David Kirshenbaum (Summer of '42) and the book is by Daniel Goldfarb (Martin Short's Fame Becomes Me, Modern Orthodox).  Will Frears (Omnium Gatherum) directs, with musical direction by Vadim Feichtner (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) and choreography by Tracy Bersley.

"Part farce, part fable, Party Come Here offers a hilarious collision of cultures as tantalizing as the sexiest city in the world. Mistaken identity, spirituality, hopes, family, sex—all set to irresistible Latin rhythms.  From the author of Fame Becomes Me and the composer of Summer of '42, this is an outrageous, original, outlandish, oddball, optimistic, ohmigod, one-of-a-kind show."

A reading of the musical took place in September 2005 at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre's 17th Annual Festival of New Musicals. The reading was directed by Lonny Price and also featured Hunter Foster, Terrence Mann and Fyvush Finkel.
 
The performance schedule for Party Come Here – Monday, September 25 at 8pm; Tuesday, September 26 at 1pm; Thursday, September 28 at 9pm; Friday, September 29 at 4:30pm; and Saturday, September 30 at 1pm and 4:30pm.

Tickets ($20) go on sale to the general public, Friday, September 1, by calling 212-352-3101 or visit www.nymf.org.



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