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149 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036
Now showing, Closes 18 Jan 2015
Strictly Limited Run
Bristles with wit and intelligence!
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Josh Radnor and Gretchen Mol star in this award-winning play by Ayad Akhtar about an affluent Muslim-American couple living in New York City, whose views on race, relationships and identity are left shattered after a dinner party with a co-worker and her husband. The play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and an Obie Award for Playwriting, both in 2013, and premiered in 2012 in Chicago, after which it ran Off-Broadway at the Lincoln Center Theater. Kimberly Senior, who directed both initial US productions, will return to direct this Broadway production.
Hari Dhillon, who led the cast in the play's London premiere, will play the lead in this Broadway premiere alongside Mol, Radnor and Karen Pittman. Radnor is well-known for his central role in the television series How I Met Your Mother, which aired its finale in March 2014. He is no stranger to the Great White Way, having performed on a Broadway stage twice before - in 2002 in The Graduate and again in 2011 in a one-night benefit reading of She Loves Me.
Amir Kapoor (Dhillon) is a successful lawyer of Pakistani ethnicity, living and working in New York City. He is married to an American artist (Mol) whose work is influenced heavily by Muslim culture and religion. When Amir and Emily, his wife, have his African-American colleague Jory (Pittman) and her Jewish husband (Radnor) over for dinner one night, the dinner table talk intensifies when they begin discussing a controversial case Amir has become involved in, the jovial mood soon disintegrating as sensitive subjects of race, religion and identity are raised.
Previews from: 27 September 2014
Opening night: 23 October 2014
Booking through until: 18 January 2015
May not be suitable for younger audiences
90 minutes with no intermission
From October 28th, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening performances will commence at 19:00 and not at 20:00.
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