Why See Long Lost?
A Brand New Work By Pulitzer Prize Winner Donald Marguiles
In 2000, Donald Marguiles solidified his status as a creative force to be reckoned with when his witty mediation on marriage and friendship Dinner With Friends garnered the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. In the Spring of 2019, the celebrated playwright marks the Off-Broadway premiere of his latest work Long Lost, bringing the work to New York City for a strictly limited run in partnership with the Manhattan Theatre Club.
Set amidst the skyscrapers of Wall Street, the drama sets into motion when middle-aged brothers David and Billy reunite after years of estrangement, emotional turbulence and complicated family politics. High-flying businessman, family man and philanthropist David's life is thrown into chaos when the troubled Billy tries to become apart of his life again, shining a revealing light on his picturesque facade.
Opening night: 14 May 2019
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Until Feb 17, 2019
One of the most ferociously rewarding climaxes of my playgoing experience. That sensation, of a tension released by consummate storytelling, is what a theater lover lives for
Until Dec 23, 2018
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Close's performance... is a triumphant blend of sharp sense and passionate sensibility, of an old pro's expertise and a newcomer's enthusiasm
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