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The New York Idea

Closed February 23, 2011

In this sharp-tongued comedy, David Auburn enlivens and enriches a little known play from a century ago.

Why See The New York Idea?

David Auburn enlivens and enriches this sharp-tongued high comedy of manners, set among the elite of New York and originally produced on Broadway in 1906.

Recently divorced heiress Cynthia Karslake has become engaged to the honorable Judge Phillimore, but the couple can't seem to avoid either of their exes.

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Performances from 06 Jan 2011
Closing 26 Feb 2011

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Opening night: 1 January 2011

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