Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Rutherford & Son - 2012 - Off-Broadway

Rutherford & Son, set in the industrial north of England, tells the story of a father determined to do whatever it takes to ensure the success and succession of the family glassworks, started by his own father, but now in danger of shattering. John Rutherford rules home and business with an iron fist, a tyrant who inspires fear in his workers and hatred in his grown children. Now rebellion is brewing. His eldest son, working in secret has discovered a process that could save the firm, cutting costs by one third—but he refuses to share it with his father unless he “gets his price.”



Schedule

Mint Theater

(New York, NY)
311 West 43rd Street

Rutherford & Son Off-Broadway Cast



 

Category:
by BWW News Desk - February 27, 2012
Mint Theater today announced its next production, Rutherford & Son by Githa Sowerby. Performances run February 4th through April 1st at the Mint's home in the heart of the theater district, 311 West 43rd Street. Opening Night is set for Monday February 27th.
by BWW News Desk - January 30, 2012
Mint Theater today announced its next production, Rutherford & Son by Githa Sowerby. Performances run February 4th through April 1st at the Mint's home in the heart of the theater district, 311 West 43rd Street. Opening Night is set for Monday February 27th.
by BWW News Desk - January 9, 2012
SILENCE! The Musical, the unauthorized parody of The Silence of the Lambs, with book by Hunter Bell, music & lyrics by Jon and Al Kaplan, and direction & choreography by Christopher Gattelli, opened on July 9, 2011, recently celebrating its 100th performance at The 9th Space Theatre at Performance Space 122, 150 First Avenue (at 9th St.)
by BWW News Desk - November 30, 2011
Mint Theater today announced its next production, Rutherford & Son by Githa Sowerby. Performances run February 4th through April 1st at the Mint's home in the heart of the theater district, 311 West 43rd Street. Opening Night is set for Monday February 27th.