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Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

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Ended 30 Aug 2013 after 2 months

Excellent! The crowd was screaming with laughter!

Charleston City Paper

Closed 30 Aug 2013
The Banana Monologues is an award-winning, sexy comedy inspired by a true love story about a man, a woman and his "banana", Sergeant Johnson. The show has held audiences across the country in stitches and now finally moves into New York City's Acorn Theatre for some high energy fun.

Performed by John R. Brennan, the show tells the story of the relationship between Gus, his girlfriend and Gus' "banana", Sergeant Johnson. This unusual and highly entertaining production

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Opening night: 22 June 2013

Closing night: 30 August 2013

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