12 reviews, average rating:(3.4 Stars)
This was perhaps one of the worst plays i have ever seen. We anticipated a ... more »
Went to see Bill Nighy and was not disappointed - he was his typical specta... more »
I've seen this play three times so far, and it gets better and better. The... more »
Julianne Moore and Bill Nighy return to the New York stage in the world premiere of a timely drama by David Hare (Stuff Happens). Sam Mendes directs in his first Broadway foray since piloting the Bernadette Peters revival of Gypsy
Nadia Blye (Julianne Moore) is a young American war correspondent turned academic who now teaches Political Studies at Yale. A brief holiday with her boyfriend in the Welsh borders brings her into contact with a kind of Englishman whose culture and beliefs are a surprise and a challenge, both to her and to her relationship. David Hare's new play, about the interconnection between our secret motives and our public politics, seeks to illustrate how life has subtly changed for so many people in the West in the new century
The Vertical Hour marks the first time in playwright David Hare's (Stuff Happens) career that one of his plays will have a world premiere in the U.S.
Previews started : 9th November 2006
Opened : 30th November 2006
Limited engagement until : 11th March 2007
Audience: The Vertical Hour is suitable for children aged 18 and over. Children under 5 years of age will not be admitted to the Music Box Theater
Run time: TBA
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