“DEFIES ALL EXPECTATIONS,
TELLING THE TALE IN THE MOST LIVELY, SURREAL AND SURPRISING WAYS IMAGINABLE.”
JESSE GREEN, THE NEW YORK TIMES
“LINDA LAVIN IS ASTONISHING!”
ROBERT HOFLER, THE WRAP
SANDY MACDONALD, NEW YORK STAGE REVIEW
You will discover a theatre experience The New York Times says “defies all expectations.”
You will meet a young man holding onto a secret and the stranger he pays to listen. You will laugh, marvel, and transform from the relationship that grows between them, and from the stunningly human new play—a New York Times Critic’s Pick, (hooray!)—that “tells its tale in the most lively, surreal and surprising ways imaginable,” as the Times goes on to say. ‘It flies by, feeling even shorter yet fuller than its 85 minutes.”
Tony Award winner Linda Lavin and Billions star Daniel K. Isaac lead the cast of playwright Noah Diaz’s triumphant and joyous NYC debut, directed by Tony nominee Sam Pinkleton. Note: On Wednesday evenings, you will see the remarkable Becca Lish (Blacklist) in Ms. Lavin’s role.
You will think about it for days.
Running time: Eighty-five minutes. No intermission.
Please be advised that this production uses Haze & Strobe effects and loud sounds.
For all performances through December 31, 2022 at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (Laura Pels Theatre and Roundabout Underground) all audience members will be required to wear a properly fitting mask over the nose and mouth in the theatre except when eating or drinking.
Roundabout is pleased to offer GalaPro, a free app for live transcription and audio description that you can use on your personal smartphone device. Free captions are available in Spanish with GalaPro. Download the GalaPro app from the app store or Google Play.
- Audio description is now available
- Closed captioning is now available
- Alec Baldwin
James Costa and John Archibald
Linda L. D’Onofrio
Peggy and Mark Ellis
Joele Frank and Larry Klurfeld
Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater
Lauren and Danny Stein
Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
Laura Pels Theatre
111 West 46th Street, New York, NY
between 6th and 7th Avenues