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Broadway Tix: Don't Dress for Dinner, Magic Bird, Regrets, & Parenthood

From: denise
Sent on: Thursday, April 5, 2012 10:58 AM

Hello,

 

I just got in tickets for 2 Broadway shows!  - DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER (sequel to Tony Winner Boeing Boeing ,same writer, funny) and MAGIC BIRD  for this weekend, plus Manhattan Theatre Club’s Regrets and Rated P for Parenthood.  Info on all shows are below.

 


1) Broadway - Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER  at the American Airlines Theatre West 42nd Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue

 

Tickets are available for the following performances:

 

-       Friday, April 6th at 8pm  

-       Saturday, April 7th at 8pm

 

Tickets are $35

 

Don’t miss this hilarious production starring Jennifer Tilly, Ben Daniels, Adam James, Patricia Kalember, Spencer Kayden and David Aron Damane. John Tillinger directs.

 

Marc Camoletti's Don't Dress for Dinner is the wildly funny sequel to the Broadway hit Boeing-Boeing. Bernard's plans for a romantic rendezvous with his mistress are complete with a gourmet caterer and an alibi courtesy of his friend, Robert. But when Bernard's wife learns that Robert will be visiting for the weekend, she decides to stay in town for a surprise tryst of her own... setting the stage for a collision course of hidden identities and outrageous infidelities. The cook is Suzette, the lover is Suzanne, the friend is bewildered, the wife is suspicious, the husband is losing his mind and everyone is guaranteed a good time at this hilarious romp through the French countryside.

 

2) Broadway play MAGIC/BIRD, at the Longacre Theatre, 220 West 48th street.

Tickets available this week for:

 

-         Friday 4/6 at 8pm

-         Saturday 4/7 at 2pm

-         Saturday 4/7 at 8pm

-         Monday at 4/9 at 8pm

-         Tuesday at 4/10 at 8pm

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Tickets are $35

 

Description: At the heart of one of the fiercest rivalries in sports, two of the greatest athletes of all-time battled for multiple championships and the future of their sport. Hall of Famers Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Larry Bird could not have been more different; one black, one white; one a quiet small town guy and the other an urbanite with a big smile and Hollywood appeal. Johnson and Bird, went head to head, electrified the nation, reinvigorated the NBA, and turned their rivalry into one of the greatest and most famous friendships in professional sports. With classic NBA footage prominently designed throughout, Magic/Bird transports the audience into the heart of their matchup. From Draft to Olympic Dream Team, this new play was crafted through conversations with Magic and Bird.

 

3) Manhattan Theatre Club - REGRETS at City Center Stage I, west 55th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues

 

            Tickets available for:

 

            - Friday 4/6 at 8pm

            - Saturday 4/7 at 2pm

            - Saturday 4/7 at 8pm

           - Sunday 4/8 at 2pm

 

Tickets are $30 each

 

Caleb Farley is the youngest man ever to show up at Mrs. Duke's cabins (Tony Award winner Adriane Lenox), a ramshackle retreat in the Nevada desert and one of the few places men can go to secure a quick divorce in 1950s America. Caleb claims he fled his Hollywood home for the same reason as the other men in camp - to shed the lives and wives they've known, and loved, to begin anew. But in an era of heightened fears and political distrust, accusations that Caleb is hiding more than just a broken heart test each man's loyalty - to country and to one another. This fascinating new drama is an uncommon tale of friendship, loss and finding the courage of one's convictions.

 

 

 

4) Really funny off Broadway musical RATED P FOR PARENTHOOD, at the Westside Theatre, 407 West 43rd Street

            Tickets available for:

 

            - Thursday 4/5 at 7pm

            - Friday 4/6 at 8pm

            - Saturday 4/7 at 2:30pm

            - Saturday 4/7 at 8pm

            - Sunday 4/8 at 3pm

 

Tickets $30 each

 

Rated P for Parenthood chronicles every stage of modern-day parenting, from conception to college, with giant doses of heart and humor. A versatile cast of four takes the audience through the ups and downs of childrearing - from the sublime to the ridiculous - in a series of comic and musical vignettes in under 90 minutes.  Rated P for Parenthood, the new musical comedy currently making its Off-Broadway debut upstairs at the Westside Theatre, is a rarity: it's incessantly funny, consistently thoughtful, full of heart -- and never once hits a dull chord.  Featuring book and lyrics by Sandy Rustin, with music and lyrics by Dan Lipton and David Rossmer, the show takes audiences through many of the trials and tribulations that make parenting a surprising adventure -- from pregnancy to prom and beyond -- through a series of relatable vignettes filled with colorful humor.

 

Please let me know what show you are interested in, which performance, and how many tickets you would like.

 

Thanks,

Denise

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