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Just got in tickets for BLUE MAN GROUP for Tue 2/19 at 8pm – see new cool video “Pipes” below!), and the excellent Pulitzer Prize-winning play TALLEY’S FOLLY for this Tue 2/19 at 7:30pm and Wed 2/20 at 2pm and 7:30 (note that the Laura Pels Theatre is a wonderful intimate theater and all seats are really good).
Please let me know which show you are interested in, which performance, and how many tickets you need. Thanks a bunch!
BLUE MAN GROUP Astor Place Theatre, 434 Lafayette St., just south of Astor Place, NYC
- Tuesday, 2/18 at 8 pm (Tickets $40 – limited tickets)
——> CLICK HERE to see the Blue Man Group video “Pipes” – Enjoy!
It’s new. It’s cool. Blue Man Group has updated its New York show. Taking a closer look at the technology that both surrounds and isolates us, Blue Man Group showcases technogeek ingenuity while uniting the audience in primal, collective exhilaration. Signature Blue Man Group moments combine with breathtakingly fun new pieces for an explosive evening of entertainment.
The silent, inquisitive Blue Man character was the brainchild of three forward-thinknig friends – Matt Goldman, Phil Stanton and Chris Wink – who pooled their multifarious talents and interests to create a theatrical presentation that was completely new.
TALLEY’S FOLLY Laura Pels (Roundabout) Theatre, W. 46th St corner of 6th ave
- Tuesday, 2/19 at 7:30pm (Tickets $30)
- Wednesday, 2/20 at 2pm
- Wednesday, 2/20 at 7:30pm
Lanford Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy Talley’s Folly returns in a joyful and moving new production starring Tony Award® nominee Danny Burstein (Golden Boy, Follies) and Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominee Sarah Paulson (“American Horror Story,” Roundabout’s Crimes of the Heart).
At the end of World War II, Matt Friedman, a Jewish immigrant who has spent his life keeping others at a distance, returns to the small town where he first met Sally Talley. Nothing like her conservative Protestant family and neighbors, Sally is a nurse with deep misgivings about the country’s future. After a lifetime of believing they’ll never truly belong in the world around them, Matt has worked up the courage to ask Sally for her hand, and convince her that they do belong—together.
Michael Wilson (The Best Man, Roundabout’s The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore) directs this funny and heart-warming play about finding love when you stopped looking.