|Sent on:||Wednesday, July 25, 2012 1:34 PM|
I apologize for being MIA for quite some time. I actually had a family emergency, and was gone for about 3 weeks, and have been busy trying to settle back into the swing of things. Now that I am up and running again, I have gotten some new tickets for the new musical comedy THE LAST SMOKER IN AMERICA for a number of dates. It should be good, as there are a few Tony and Drama Desk Award nominees involved with the production.
THE LAST SMOKER IN AMERICA
At the Westside Theater, 407 West 43rd Street
- Wednesday, July 25th at 8pm
- Thursday, July 26th at 8pm
- Friday, July 27th at 8pm
- Saturday, July 28th at 2:30pm
- Saturday, July 28th at 8pm
- Monday, July 30th at 8pm
- Tuesday, July 31st at 7pm
- Wednesday, Aug. 1st at 2:30pm
- Wednesday, Aug. 1st at 8pm
Tickets are $30 (normally $85)
If you would like tickets to any of these showings, please send me an email with how many tickets you would like, and for which performance. Thanks so much!
The Last Smoker in America is a raucous and irreverent four-character musical comedy about a dysfunctional family struggling to survive in a world where smoking has recently been outlawed.
The show features book and lyrics by Tony Award nominee Bill Russell and music by Drama Desk nominee Peter Melnick. It is directed by Tony Award-winning producer and director Andy Sandberg and choreographed by Tony Award nominee AC Ciulla.-