Lincoln Center, 150 West 65th Street, New York, NY 10023
James Lapine's adaptation of the lifestory of Broadway playwright, Moss HartBuy Tickets
Lincoln Center Theater presents Act One, a new play and adaptation by James Lapine of the autobiographical book by playwright Moss Hart. Hart penned several Broadway classics, including Merrily We Roll Along in 1934 and You Can't Take It With You in 1936, for which he won a Pulitzer Prize.
Hart was born into a poor family in the Bronx and was introduced to the world of theatre by his aunt. Act One follows his life, from his humble origins to the collaboration with Broadway veteran George S. Kaufman on the musical that helped make him famous.
Previews from: 20 March 2014
Opening night: 17 April 2014
Booking through until: 15 June 2014
May be unsuitable for children aged nine and under. Please note that children under the age of five are not permitted in the theatre.
Approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes, including one intermission
4 reviews, average rating: (2.0 Stars)
Fantastic play! Andrea Martin & Tony Shalub are terrific! . The set & desi... more
Unlike the other reviewer, I thought the first act was a mess and the secon... more
First act excellent-second act drops like a big big thud. Needs great amou... more
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