PERFECT HARMONY Ends Off Broadway Run This Weekend At The Acorn 11/13


"PERFECT HARMONY" (, will end its Off Broadway run at The Acorn Theatre, 410 West 42nd Street (between 9th and 10th Avenues), on Saturday, November 13 at the 8:00 p.m. performance.

"PERFECT HARMONY," conceived and directed by Andrew Grosso, and written by Grosso and The Essentials, had its premiere at the 2006 NY International Fringe Festival, and had an extended run as part of the 2006 Fringe Encore Series. In 2008, the show moved to Theatre Row, where it sold-out its extended run at the Clurman Theatre. The show is a quirky comedy about the greatest a cappella group in high school history, seventeen-time national champions, The Acafellas, and their less successful classmates, The Ladies in Red. The Associated Press called "PERFECT HARMONY": "A fond satire of teenage social misfits and a perfectly entertaining, melodious little musical."

"PERFECT HARMONY" began its recent Off Broadway performances at 45 Bleecker Theaters where after 5 preview performances the theater was shut down due to a landlord-tenant dispute. Performances then resumed a week later at The Acorn Theatre (Theatre Row Theatres) on Thursday, October 21 and the official opening night performance at The Acorn was on Wednesday, October 27. "PERFECT HARMONY" played 5 previews at 45 Bleecker Theatres and 6 previews and 19 regular performances at The Acorn.

The ten member cast is: Dana Acheson, Faryl Amadeus, Clayton Apgar, Marie-France Arcilla, David Barlow, Kate Morgan Chadwick, Jarid Faubel, Kobi Libii, Kelly McCreary, and Robbie Collier Sublett. The sets are by Nick Francone, the costumes by Becky Lasky, and the lighting by Brian M. Jones. The musical directors are Ray Bailey and Adam Wachter, who both serve as vocal arrangers for the show. The producers of "PERFECT HARMONY" are Michael Musto and Joshua P. Weiss.

Tickets are available for the final 6 performances (Tuesday at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday through Friday at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday at 2:00 and 8:00 p.m.), through Telecharge at 212-239-6200 or


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