Photo Flash: John Patrick Shanley's ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION Runs April 15-25
Passion Play Productions Proudly Presents John Patrick Shanley's ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION, playing a limited-run April 15-25 at the TBG Theater (312 W. 36th Street, 3rd Floor, between 8th and 9th Avenue). Directed by Suzanne DiDonna, all tickets are $18.00 and available at www.SmartTix.com and calling (212) 868-4444.Oscar, Tony, and Pulitzer-winner John Patrick Shanley's passionate comedy Italian American Reconciliation is subtitled a folktale. Teresa loves Huey. Huey loves Teresa but a piece of him still belongs to his ex-wife Janice. Janice wants to take pieces out of everyone. But Huey has to get Janice back. He enlists his best friend, Aldo, in a plan to win Janice. Aldo loves Huey so much that he is willing to lose a pretty big piece of himself. Life? Happiness? Marriage? Love? Questions they all are trying to figure out. But the ultimate goal is to "throw away your book of fear and open your heart."The work is among the best-known of award-winning playwright and screenwriter John Patrick Shanley (Oscar for Moonstruck screenplay; Pulitzer, Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for Doubt, A Parable). Other plays include Four Dogs and a Bone, Beggars in the House of Plenty, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, and Romantic Poetry. Directed by Suzanne DiDonna, Italian American Reconciliation's cast includes Michael Basile, Elizabeth Masucci, Brian Murphy, Barbara Speigel and Shirin Tinati. Set design is by Rohit Kapoor and lighting by Josh Iacovelli.Italian American Reconciliation plays a limited-run April 15-25 at the TBG Theater (312 W. 36th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenue). Performances are Thursday, April 15 at 8pm; Friday, April 16 at 8pm; Saturday, April 17th at 2pm and 8pm; Sunday, April 18th at 3pm; Tuesday thru Friday, April 20-23 at 8pm; Saturday, April 24th at 2pm and 8pm; Sunday, April 25th at 3pm. All tickets are $18.00 and available at www.SmartTix.com and calling (212) 868-4444.
Photo Credit: Passion Play Productions
Left to Right: Shirin Tinati, Brian Murphy, Michael Basile, and Elizabeth Masucci