Line: Off-Off-Broadway's Longest-Running Play
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A baseball fan, a handsome young man, a middle-aged woman, her milquetoast husband and a philosopher wait in a Line -- for what, it's not exactly clear -- in this classic absurdist comedy-drama by prolific playwright Israel Horovitz (Park Your Car in Harvard Yard). Their subsequent jockeying for position creates a biting satire on the American desire to get ahead at all costs. Line is New York's longest-running Off-Off-Broadway play, opening in 1974 and running continuously ever since. It's also kicked off many a career, including that of Richard Dreyfuss, Chazz Palminteri, John Cazale and Christopher Meloni. Obie Award-winning Horovitz is not only the most-produced American playwright in French theater history, but he's also the father of Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz.
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The last date listed for Line was Saturday October 25, 2014 / 9:30pm.
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“Wit, humor and fantasy. Hilarious.” —Clive Barnes, New York Times
Appropriate for ages 12 and up.