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Opens March 5, 2019

A weighty new comedy from Taylor Mac

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Hot off the success of his Tony win in 2018, Nathan Lane returns to tread the boards of the Great White Way opposite Andrea Martin in this brand new comedy by Taylor Mac. A sequel to William Shakespeare's bloodiest play, Gary is the story of those who're left behind to clean up after the tragedy ends. As much a sequel as a critique of politics and the current state of the world, Gary marks Mac's highly anticipated Broadway debut as is sure to have plenty of hopefully still attached) tongues wagging this season.

A wrathful tale of a political coup in ancient Rome with roughly 5.2 atrocities per act, the aftermath of Titus Andronicus is where we lay our scene, where the clown, Gary and his fellow servants are tasked with sorting out the mess left behind by this frenzy of revenge and power struggles. Being one of the few surviving, there is plenty of time for pontificating on the whys and wherefores of those in power- specially why they always leave to the little guys to clean up their mess.

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Previews from: 5 March 2019

Opening night: 11 April 2019

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