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3 Star Starred
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
Between Broadway & 8th Ave. 261 West 47th Street New York, NY 10036
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4.5 average rating
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laurie Red Velvet
22 events
2 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 05 2013

play was excellent! Staff at event were terrific. Everything was great. Thank you Goldstar!

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26 events
23 reviews
0 stars
attended Dec 30 2012

Great acting by Laurie Metcalf! The play was over before you knew it because no intermission. At times it can be confusing as the timeline jumps around a bit but it all comes to together at the end. The portrayal of medical sickness (of which...continued

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12 reviews
10 stars
attended Mar 03 2013

Ms. Metcalf was nothing less than perfect. She was the reason I went to see the show and she did not disappoint. She was captivating, believable, and kept you wanting to know more about her story. Bill Pullman was a perfect added delight. My only...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: Manhattan Theatre Club - Broadway Inbound

Under the dynamic leadership of Artistic Director Lynne Meadow and Executive Producer Barry Grove, Manhattan Theatre Club has grown in three decades from a prolific Off-Off Broadway showcase into one of the country's most acclaimed theatre organizations.

Founded in 1970, MTC now includes a subscriber base of 20,000 and produces on Broadway in the recently restored Biltmore Theatre on West 47th Street and at the historic New York City Center complex on West 55th Street. Each season is distinguished by the variety of the repertoire. In 2008, MTC's Biltmore Theatre was re-named the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre after the pioneering Broadway publicist.

MTC is committed to bringing theatre to the widest possible audience. Initiatives which enable MTC's work to reach an ever-growing range of theatergoers include moving successful plays originally produced at MTC's New York City Center home to larger Broadway or Off-Broadway venues for an extended run; originating certain productions in larger venues; collaborating with leading regional theatres to bring major new American plays to New York; and bringing student and family audiences to our theatres through the ambitious Education program.