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Signature Theatre (New York, NY)
555 West 42nd Street

Schedule

Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes

Tuesday: 7:30pm
Wednesday: 7:30pm
Thursday: 7:30pm
Friday: 7:30pm
Saturday: 2:00pm and 8:00pm
Sunday: 2:00pm

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Remember when you felt you could do anything, when there was still nothing to fear? Yes, things have changed a bit, haven't they? And everyone keeps saying there's nothing to be afraid of! Please join us to raise a toast on the 10th anniversary of the opening night of Robert's (Matthew Broderick)

under-appreciated masterpiece, Midnight in a Clearing with Moon and Stars. To recall that wonderful creative atmosphere, which we all miss so much, Nellie (Jill Eikenberry) will host this celebration at our old haunt, the Talk House (which, despite everything, remains open). Please come. We need each other.
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BWW Review: Wallace Shawn's EVENING AT THE TALK HOUSE Explores Fascism And The Fall Of Theatre
by Michael Dale - February 21, 2017

Those who have yet to have their fill of half-price post-Valentine's Day candy will be happy to discover that what looks like crudites when you step into Derek McLane's environmental set for Wallace Shawn's fascinating Evening at the Talk House are actually sugary treats such as marshmallows, Swedish fish and gummy worms. (more...)

Photo Coverage: The New Group Celebrates Opening Night of EVENING AT THE TALK HOUSE
by Walter McBride - February 17, 2017

Remember when we felt we could do anything, when there was still nothing to fear?  Yes, things have changed a bit, haven't they?  And people keep saying there's nothing to be afraid of!  (more...)