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Roundabout Theatre Company's BAD JEWS Begins Final 4 Weeks


Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Bad Jews will end its sold-out extended limited engagement on Sunday, December 30 at 7:00PM.

Bad Jews will have played 28 previews and 71 regular performances at Roundabout Underground's Black Box Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 West 46th Street). The show opened officially on Tuesday, October 30.

Bad Jews, a new play by Joshua Harmon, directed by Daniel Aukin, features Tracee Chimo (Daphna), Philip Ettinger (Jonah), Molly Ranson (Melody) and Michael Zegen (Liam).

The creative team includes Lauren Helpern (Sets), Mark Barton (Lights), Dane Laffrey (Costumes) and Shane Rettig (Sound).

Bad Jews is a world-premiere comedy about the holy and the holier-than-thou. Daphna Feygenbaum (Chimo) is a Real Jew-just ask the Israeli boyfriend she met on Birthright. So when her cousin Liam (Zegen) brings home his shiksa girlfriend Melody (Ranson) and declares ownership of their grandfather's Chai necklace, it sparks a viciously hilarious brawl over family, faith and legacy.

Bad Jews launched the sixth season of Roundabout Underground, an initiative to introduce and cultivate artists in Roundabout's 62-seat Black Box Theatre, at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 West 46th Street, NYC, NY, 10036). Prior productions include the acclaimed world premieres of Stephen Karam's Speech & Debate (2007), Steven Levenson's The Language of Trees (2008), Adam Gwon's Ordinary Days (2009), Kim Rosenstock's Tigers Be Still (2010), David West Read's The Dream of the Burning Boy (2011) and Andrew Hinderaker's Suicide, Incorporated (2011).

Roundabout Underground is an initiative to showcase new plays that will either allow an experienced director to go back to his/her creative roots or give a debut production to an emerging writer or director. Robyn Goodman (Artistic Producer, Roundabout Underground), who has significant artistic development experience, curates the initiative that continues to be a creative breeding ground for nurturing new talent.

The 62-seat Black Box Theatre, below the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre, allows Roundabout to take artistic risks that are better suited for a more intimate space.

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