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Sexaholix Previews October 9th, Opens Sunday November 4th 2001Back to Broadway 5
Royale Theatre 242 West 45th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue. 212-239-6200. $30-$70, Tue-Fri 8 PM; Sat 2 & 8 PM; Sun 3 PM; John Leguizamo stars in a new play written by Mr. Leguizamo which includes an exploration of subjects about Latin people, family and their relationships.
The Tale of The Allergist's Wife Opened November 2nd 2000
Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 243 West 47th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue. 212-239-6200. $30 - $70, Tue - Sat 8 PM; Wed & Sat 2 PM; Sun 3PM; 2 hours 30 minutes. One intermission. Produced by Manhattan Theatre Club, this satire is a very funny comedy starring Linda Lavin, who plays an Upper West Sider. Tony Roberts, Michele Lee co-star in this new play by Charles Busch, directed by Lynne Meadow. Lighting by Christopher Akerlind, Costumes Ann Roth, Settings Santo Loquasto and Sound by Bruce Ellman.
The Women Limited Run; Previews October 12th 2001; Opens November 8th through December 30th 2001. Revival of the 1936 play.
American Airlines Theatre at 227 West 42nd Street; Generally, Tue-Sat 8 PM; Wed, Sat, Sun 2 PM; Tickets $40-$70 (212-719-1300); A new Broadway production of Clare Boothe Luce's, "The Women" with an all star cast featuring Kristen Johnston as "Sylvia Fowler", Rue McClanahan as "Countess De Lage", Cynthia Nixon as "Mary Haines", Jennifer Tilly as "Crystal Allen", Mary Louise Wilson as "Mrs. Morehead", Lynne Collins as "Miriam Aarons", Jennifer Coolidge as "Edith Potter", Hallie Kate Eisenberg as "Little Mary", Lisa Emery as "Nancy Blake" and Amy Ryan as "Peggy Day". Directed by Scott Elliott, with costumes by Isaac Mizrahi.
Thou Shalt Not Opens October 25th 2001 - January 6th 2002
Plymouth Theatre, 236 West 45th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue, 212-239-6200; Tue-Fri 8 PM; Sat 2 & 8 PM; Sun 2 & 7:30 PM; Based upon Emile Zola's tale of lower-class adultery and murder in 19th century Paris. This play takes place in New Orleans after W.W.II. See what happens when 2 of the Ten commandments are broken in this morality based story. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman; Featuring Kate Levering and Craig Bierko.
Urinetown : The Musical Begins August 27, 2001
The Henry Miller, 123 West 43rd Street between 6th Avenue and Broadway. (212-239-6200); $75; Mon-Tue 8 PM; Wed 2:15 PM; Thu, Fri, Sat 8 PM; Sat 2 PM; A story about a town government that disallows freely peeing - with regulations. Wonderful musical that has become the talk of the town. Book & Lyrics by Greg Kotis, Music & Lyrics by Mark Hollman, Directed by John Rando; Featuring John Cullum, Hunter Foster, Spencer Kayden, Jeff McCarthy, Nancy Opel, and Jennifer Laura Thompson. Settings by Scott Pask, Costumes by Jonathan Bixby & Gregory Gale, Lighting by Brian MacDevitt, Sound by Jeff Curtis, Bruce Coughlin - Orchestra.
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