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Love Child - 2009 - Off-Broadway

$29.50 - $69.50

In Love Child, it’s opening night. The cast is unruly, the crowd is restless, and the play is obscure, but Joel has a larger worry: his mother is in the front row. Real and theatrical worlds collide in this new comedy about the night a classic play spoke so loudly to its audience that they felt compelled to talk back. Daniel Jenkins and Robert Stanton take you on a wild ride when they portray everyone on stage, backstage and in the house, all coming together on one riotous night in the theatre. “A rollicking two-hander where half the fun is seeing if you can keep up,” raved the New York Times. While the Associated Press added, “One of the funniest plays about a play that you will see. Both actors display an endless supply of comedic flair.”


New World Stages Stage V

(New York, NY)
340 West 50th Street
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