Centaur Theatre Extends 4000 MILES Run Through 4/26

By: Apr. 14, 2014
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Due to the overwhelming success of Amy Herzog's Pulitzer Prize for Drama finalist 4000 Miles, Centaur Theatre proudly announces that 3 new performances have been added to its run.

"We have been very gratified by the warm and enthusiastic reception to 4000 Miles. I'm very proud of our wonderful cast and production team and happy we will share the play with more audiences as we extend to Saturday April 26th. This is a play you do not want to miss!" - Roy Surette, Director, and Artistic & Executive Director of Centaur Theatre.

After completing a cross-country bike trip that started in Seattle, 21-year-old Leo arrives unannounced at the Greenwich Village apartment of his 91-year-old leftist grandma Vera and stays for a while. They have great affection for each other but the unlikely roommates start to bicker and berate each other in an Odd Couple kind of way. Both are at painful crossroads in their lives.

Directed by Centaur Theatre's Artistic and Executive Director, Roy Surette, 4000 Miles is a magnificent and moving intergenerational comedic drama about a grandmother and her grandson. 4000 Miles stars CLARE COULTER, NATHAN BARRETT, LI LI, AND LIANA MONTORO. Set and costume design is by Barbra Matis, with lighting design Luc Prairie. Stage Manager, Sarah-Marie Langlois; Apprentice Stage Manager, Kate Hagemeyer.

Tickets are now on sale for the three additional performances on Friday April 25 at 8PM, Saturday April 26 at 2PM, and Saturday April 26 at 8PM. Ticket prices range from $26 to $47.50. For tickets, call the box office at 514-288-3161.


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