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Ended 22 Jan 2012 after 52 days

With Michael Chernus and David Hyde Pierce.

Closed 22 Jan 2012

By Molly Smith Metzler
Directed by Leigh Silverman

with Michael Chernus and David Hyde Pierce.

Tony Award and four-time Emmy Award winner David Hyde Pierce (Accent on Youth, Curtains, "Frasier") brings his signature wit back to the MTC stage as Paul Barrow, an obsessive book editor on a major deadline. With an assistant who's been camping in the office (Michael Chernus), a famous author threatening to bail on him and an intern who is no help at all, Paul's just about had it! But when his fiery daughter shows up and lambasts him in Russian, Paul faces a glaring personal error that can't be corrected with red ink. Leigh Silverman (Well, In the Wake, From Up Here) returns to MTC to direct this funny and poignant new play about how hard it can be to communicate? in any language.

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Previews from: 1 December 2011

Opening night: 19 December 2011

Closing night: 22 January 2012


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