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Successful playwright Steven Gaye (David Hyde Pierce) is about to abandon his latest script, when his young secretary offers him new inspiration. With her as his muse, he stages the show on Broadway, only to learn, to his dismay, that the show’s young leading man is being inspired by her too.
The Tony® and Emmy® Award-winning actor of Curtains and Spamalot returns to MTC in this brilliantly clever comedy, directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (MTC’s Proof and Rabbit Hole). The cast also features Lisa Banes (High Society), Rosie Benton (Saturn Returns), David Furr (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), Mary Catherine Garrison (MTC’s Rabbit Hole and Top Girls), Byron Jennings (MTC’s Sight Unseen) and Tony and Emmy nominee Charles Kimbrough (Company, “Murphy Brown”).
Previews from : 7th April 2009
Opened : 29th April 2009
Limited engagement until : 28th June 2009
Audience: Accent On Youth may be inappropriate for children aged 12 and under. Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Samual J Freidman Theater.
Run time: TBA
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