Israel Horovitz's Line: Long-Running Dark Comedy
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All offers for Line have expired.
The last date listed for Line was Saturday August 31, 2013 / 9:30pm.
Currently at 13th Street Repertory Company:
- Full Price:
- $49.00 - $99.00
- Our Price:
- $24.50 - $49.00
An innocent 11-year-old boy accidentally discovers his father's secret collection of X-rated video tapes and becomes inadvertently addicted, in comedian Andrew Goffman's The Accidental Pervert. Now in its fifth year as an Off-Broadway hit, the solo show dubbed "hilarious" by Broadway World and "engaging" by TheaterMania tracks Goffman's self-deprecating and ultimately heartwarming journey to overcome his attachment to porn and delve into a real-life relationship with an actual woman -- his wife-to-be -- at age 26. A successful stand-up comic, Goffman's rapport with the audience keeps crowds coming back for more. Spring for the VIP package and meet the star, get a front-row seat, a backstage tour and two drinks. Please see the full event description for details. Learn More
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“Wit, humor and fantasy. Hilarious.” —Clive Barnes, New York Times
By Israel Horovitz
Directed by Edith O’ Hara*
Ever wait in line?
What are you waiting for?
Who are these other people?
Are they your friends? Are they your enemies?
Is someone trying to cheat you? Seduce you? Cut ahead?
Who can you trust?
Line, Israel Horovitz’s classic, existential, dark comedy explores these questions in this biting, absurdist allegory, that perfectly satirizes the now-timeless theme of America’s constant desire and struggle to be in first place.
Line was Horovitz’s first play produced. Translated into over 35 languages, Line has become a landmark of New York’s theater scene as NYC’s longest-running play … 37 years at our theatre!
Stage and screen legends Chazz Palminteri, Richard Dreyfuss, and John Cazale all stood in Line during the show’s historic run. Come and experience this Greenwich Village classic, as relevant now as when it opened at our theatre in 1974.