Golf: The Musical
GOLF: The Musical, which has played to international acclaim since its Off-Broadway premiere in 2003, returns to New York City.
Called a “delightfully silly surprise” and “a hilarious revue that you will be savoring long afterward” by The New York Times, GOLF: The Musical returns to New York City after having played throughout the United States and in 50 countries around the world, including a run in Saint Andrews, Scotland, the home of the game of golf, during the 2005 British Open. The show, dubbed a “amiable, madcap revue” by The New Yorker, prompted reviewer David Richardson of WOR Radio to rave “whether or not you play golf, you are going to love this show” and “probably the best entertainment around.”
While as a sport, golf may be exasperating for some and exciting for others, in the world of GOLF: The Musical, “what you don’t know about golf won’t hurt your enjoyment of the revue, and what you do know will only enhance it” (TheaterMania). With a hugely talented quartet of actors, GOLF: The Musical celebrates the fun, frustration and elation of this popular sport in a manner that makes it “funny and fun for the whole foursome" according to Golf Magazine.
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by BWW News Desk - November 29, 2010
Christopher Sutton, currently appearing Off-Broadway in the international smash hit, GOLF: The Musical, will be this week's special guest on WGHT Radio's Curtain Call Wednesday, December 1st at 9:30 AM.
by BWW News Desk - October 26, 2010
GOLF: The Musical, which has played to international acclaim since its Off-Broadway premiere in 2003, is returning to New York City this fall with performances beginning November 20th at the Midtown Theatre, 163 West 46th Street (just east of Broadway).