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Urban Stages Theatre
259 West 30th Street New York, NY 10017
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Jim Brochu: "Character Man"
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4.7 average rating
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5 stars
attended Feb 28 2014

I laughed. I cried. I sang. What a great performance, Jim is a wonderful raconteur, talented performer and very funny. I recommend Character Man for a very entertaining evening.

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attended Mar 01 2014

My experience with Goldstar was great. It was easy just to present the receipt and given my tickets. I loved the show and learned a lot about some of the great male actors.

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attended Mar 02 2014

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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About the Ticket Supplier: Urban Stages

Urban Stages is an award-winning, not-for-profit Off-Broadway Theatre Company founded in 1984 by current Artistic Director Frances Hill. Over the past 24 years, Urban Stages has produced over 70 productions (mostly world premieres) including Pulitzer Prize Finalist, Eisa Davis' BULRUSHER (2007), two Drama Desk nominations, an Outer Critic's Circle Award, an Obie nomination, and eight Audelco nominations. Our productions of MEN ON THE VERGE OF A HISPANIC BREAKDOWN, by Guillermo Reyes, and MINOR DEMONS, by Bruce Graham subsequently moved to commercial theatres. CHILI QUEEN, a play by newscaster Jim Lehrer, transferred to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. (1989).

The majority of works developed at Urban Stages have had further productions commercially, regionally, and abroad. Numerous projects developed at Urban Stages have been adapted into film and television projects, including Scar, by Murray Mednick, Conversations with the Goddesses, by Agapi Stassinopoulos, and Cotton Mary, by Alexandra Viets.

We have a consistent history of discovering new writers to the theatre community and introducing their plays into theatrical repertory.