Jim Brochu Salutes Broadway's Character Actors in Character Man
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One of the modern classics of Australian theater, David Williamson's famous satire comes to New York. The Club is about the corruption and greed that reign supreme in the world of Australian Rules football. The club in question hasn't won a game all season, despite paying a fortune to a new star player who couldn't care less about football. The coach wants to quit, the players threaten to strike, and the club president is caught in a scandal. Of course, all of that wouldn't mean a thing if only the team had a chance at winning the championship. Sound familiar? Learn More
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Got to the theatre early, courteous staff, felt very welcome. Theatre is small and allows full view of the stage, good acoustics. Production was extremely enjoyable, my parents knew all the references, esp. ones about David Hartman (classmate of...continued
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