Venue Details

7 Star Starred
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
Between Broadway & 8th Ave. 261 West 47th Street New York, NY 10036
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 27 members
Review from JLC
37 events 20 reviews

Thoroughly enjoyede. Critics claimed it was a little hysterical but acting was totally within dramatic plausiblity.

Quintessential Ibsen. Loved it.! Very good seats.

reviewed Oct 03 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Michael Rahimi
14 events 11 reviews

I read and loved the play in High School, although 45 years later I do not remember much of it. It was still riveting, the acting was excellent, the staging was fun, a revolving set that rotated as they changed scenes and locations. I am tempted...continued

reviewed Oct 11 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from faithcarla
10 events 7 reviews

The performances was excellent, but kind of a downer. (Not why I go to Broadway.) We had excellent seats and the Freidman Theatre was very comfortable.

reviewed Oct 17 2012 report as inappropriate
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Watch a video trailer with the cast and creative team of An Enemy of the People.


In this fast-paced, two-hour thriller, Dr. Thomas Stockmann (Boyd Gaines) discovers a toxic secret that threatens the health of his entire community. The doctor expects to be hailed as a hero, but his brother, Mayor Peter Stockmann (Richard Thomas), believes the information will destroy the town, forcing the men into a passionate confrontation of political will and personal ethics.

Tony winner Doug Hughes (Doubt, The Royal Family, The Whipping Man) returns to Manhattan Theatre Club to direct an exceptional ensemble cast that also includes Maïté Alina, Gerry Bamman, Kathleen McNenny, Randall Newsome, John Procaccino, Michael Siberry and James Waterston.

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