Why See Herman Kline's Midlife Crisis?
Prominent NYC trauma doctor Herman Kline is struggling with the tedium of career and marriage. But that's all about to change when he makes a startling discovery while tending to a patient in the ER. From the writer of the 2009 summer hit Al's Business Cards (a "zippy new comedy" according to The New York Times), Herman Kline's Midlife Crisis is a dark, bittersweet – and ultimately heartbreaking new comedy about the bizarre ways in which we deal with our own mortality. Making its U.S. premier, the play recently recieved a production in London by the Old Vic New Voices as part of its inaugural “ Coming Up” Festival.
Opening night: 7 August 2011
Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
85 minutes, with no intermission.
Cast and Creative
CreativeAuthor - Josh Koenigsberg
Director - Sherri Eden Barber
Producer - *at play Productions
Press Agent - Sam Rudy Media Relations
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