Comedy The Middle Ages at The Kirk Theatre
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The last date listed for The Middle Ages was Sunday November 2, 2008 / 3:00pm.
Currently at The Kirk @ Theatre Row:
- Full Price:
- $76.25 - $76.26
- Our Price:
- $25.00 - $36.25
The title says it all -- this is a unique evening of entertainment, even for New York City. Eight hunks display all of their charms as they celebrate the splendors of male nudity in comedy, song and dance. This sensational revue features 16 original songs, from the sassy opening number, "Gratuitous Nudity" to the hilarious "Bliss of a Bris." Naked Boys Singing, which made its triumphant return to off-Broadway last year, has been hailed by audiences and critics alike as a sure-fire crowd pleaser for bachelorette parties, girls and boys nights out or just a roaring good time for anyone who appreciates the male form, a good laugh and great music. Learn More
Following the success of last season’s The Cockail Hour, Theater Breaking Through Barriers presents another comedy by the terrific A.R. Gurney. In The Middle Ages, the focus is on family. Set in one room – the trophy room of a men’s club – from just after World War II through the late 1970’s, the play illustrates the conflict between long-standing traditions and the pressure for change. Son Barney needs to break free, but his father Charles, the president of the men’s club, locks him in the trophy room when he misbehaves. On one such occasion, he meets the shy Eleanor, falls in love, and spends the next 30 years trying to win her over. Meanwhile, her mother, a social climber hungry for stability, strives to break into this rapidly failing world.
About the Ticket Supplier: Theater Breaking Through Barriers
Theater Breaking Through Barriers, formerly Theater By The Blind, has been working for 29 years to develop blind and low vision talent for the theater, television and film. With great pride, the company has just changed its name to reflect its commitment to include all artists with disabilities in its work, onstage, backstage, in the office and in the audience.