Til Divorce Do Us Part: The Musical - Off-Broadway
Til Divorce Do Us Part is an original musical comedy inspired by the true story of a Broadway producer's wife who is suddenly jilted by her husband after decades of marriage. Determined to celebrate a new chapter in her life, she turns to her wickedly witty friends who together sing, dance and laugh their way through the ripple effects of divorce and self-discovery.
Running Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes, with no intermission
DR2 Theatre(New York, NY)
103 E. 15th St.
Til Divorce Do Us Part: The Musical Off-Broadway Cast
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by BWW News Desk - April 10, 2014
TIL DIVORCE DO US PART: THE MUSICAL, will conclude its 10-week engagement at the DR2 Theatre (103 East 15th Street in Union Square) after the matinee on Sunday, April 13th, prior to a national tour, which is soon to be announced. Mark Waldrop is the director, with concept, lyrics and choreography by Ruthe Ponturo, and music by John Thomas Fischer. The musical comedy revue opened to acclaim from critics and audiences alike.
by BWW News Desk - February 21, 2014
The opening night of TIL DIVORCE DO US PART: THE MUSICAL celebrated Ruthe Ponturo and John Thomas Fischer's new original production. Directed by Mark Waldrop, the musical comedy revue, which received a rave review from The New York Times and the New Yorker, among others, continues at the DR2 Theatre (103 East 15th Street -- in Union Square. Scroll down for photos from the festivities!
by BWW News Desk - February 14, 2014
TIL DIVORCE DO US PART: THE MUSICAL, which began previews on Friday, February 7th will be giving Valentine's presents to the entire audience tonight, February 14th at the DR2 Theatre (103 East 15th Street- in Union Square).
by BWW News Desk - February 6, 2014
TIL DIVORCE DO US PART: THE MUSICAL, which begins previews on Friday, February 7th will be giving Valentine's presents to the entire audience on Friday, February 14th at the DR2 Theatre (103 East 15th Street- in Union Square). The producers of the show felt that everyone deserves to feel loved and appreciated. After all, the musical comedy is based on the real-life story of a woman who wrote this show while going through her own divorce from a Broadway producer, who left her for a much younger woman.