Sea Dog Theater's TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE Begins Tonight

Tuesdays with Morrie runs March 1 - 23, 2024.

By: Mar. 01, 2024
Sea Dog Theater's TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE Begins Tonight
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The award-winning Sea Dog Theater's production of Mitch Albom's Tuesdays with Morrie, by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom, based on the book by Mitch Albom, begins performances tonight! Directed by Erwin Maas, the play stars Tony Award winner and Emmy nominee Len Cariou and three-time NYIT "Best Actor" nominee Chris Domig.

Tuesdays with Morrie runs March 1 - 23, 2024 in a limited engagement at St. George's Episcopal Church, located at 209 East 16th Street in New York City. Opening night is March 7.

Tuesdays with Morrie is the humorous and poignant story of career-obsessed journalist Mitch Albom, who sixteen years after graduation serendipitously learns that his former sociology professor Morrie is battling Lou Gehrig's Disease. What starts as a simple visit, turns into a weekly pilgrimage and the last class in the meaning of life.

Featuring vocalist Sally Shaw. Original music written and performed on piano by Chris Domig.

Sea Dog Theater is additionally produced by Dan Swern, Managing Director. The production team includes Guy DeLancey (Set, Light & Costume Design), Eamon Goodman (Sound Design), Chris White (Sound Mixer) and James FitzSimmons (Production Stage Manager).

Performances are Wednesdays - Saturdays at 7pm and Mondays at 7pm. No shows on March 6 and March 11. Run time is 1 hour and 40 minutes. Tickets are $55 (general), $35 (previews), $35 (seniors 65+) and $20 (students). For info and to purchase tickets go to

Two post-show talkbacks are scheduled during the run. On Monday, March 4, Len Cariou and Judy Kaye will discuss working with Stephen Sondheim. On Monday, March 18, Len and Abigail Hawk will discuss working on CBS's "Blue Bloods."

Photo credit: Jeremy Varner