Why See Born Yesterday?
Emmy Award nominee Jim Belushi (The Defenders, According to Jim) and Nina Arianda (“A breakout performance – one of the highlights of the year”-Charles Isherwood, The New York Times for Venus in Fur) head the cast in Born Yesterday, Garson Kanin’s Award-winning comedy about sex and politics.
Tony Award-winner Doug Hughes (Doubt) directs this timeless and timely story of a not-so-honest businessman and a not-so-dumb blonde out to “capitalize” on everything Washington has to offer.
A former showgirl gets an extreme makeover from a political consutant hired by her corrupt tycoon boyfriend. Now who's going to Washington?
Previews from 31st March 2011
Opening night 24th April 2011
Audience: Born Yesterday is suitable for audiences aged 10 and upwards
Run time: Two hours and 15 minutes
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Dates & Times Exceptions
Added Performance: Sunday - April 10 @ 7:30pm, Sunday - June 12 @ 7:30pm, Monday - June 13 @ 8pm, Sunday - June 19 @ 7:30pm
Time Change: Tuesday - April 5 @ 8pm, Sunday - April 10 @ 2pm, Tuesday - April 12 @ 8pm, Tuesday - April 19 @ 8pm, Sunday - June 12 @ 2pm, Sunday - June 19 @ 2pm
No Performance: Friday - April 8 @ 8pm, Thursday - June 16 @ 8pm, Friday - June 17 @ 8pm
Opening night: 31 March 2011
What you thought
1 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)
This is a wonderful show -- funny and serious at the same time. Nina Arianda... more
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