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The Office! A Musical Parody
Until Jan 16, 2022
Perfect Crime goes well beyond traditional mystery play. It is a sexy, compelling thriller, with well-timed surprises and laughs that relieve a growing dramatic tension. The main character is a Harvard-educated psychiatrist accused of bumping off her wealthy British husband. But when a handsome young detective comes calling to investigate, is everything as straight-cut as it appears?
Until January 16, 2022
The doors of Dunder Mifflin are opening once more! Running for nine seasons and 201 episodes, four-time Emmy Award-winning sitcom The Office entertained audiences with its off-the-wall brand of cringe comedy and instantly-quotable one-liners. It's funniest moments are lovingly lampooned in this brand new parody, brought to the stage by the creative team behind the cult hit musical parodies of Friends and Full House, Bob and Tobly McSmith.
210 West 50th St, New York, NY 10019
Located in the heart of New York City's Theatre District, The Snapple Center is a one-stop-entertainment-shop. Comprised of the Jerry Orcbach and Anne L. Bernstein Theatres, two rehearsal spaces and two cabaret-style bars, the entertainment complex is a hive of theatrical activity that sees off-Broadway productions, acting classes and partnerships with charitable foundations blossom on its stages and behind its walls. The center is also the site of The Perfect Crime, the longest running play in New York Theatre history.
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