The Poor of New York: Classic 19th-Century Melodrama From Group Rep
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The last date listed for The Poor of New York was Sunday July 10, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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When Agatha Christie's brilliantly plotted courtroom whodunit first opened on Broadway in 1954, the… More
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_The Poor of New York
_by Dion Boucicault
Originally staged in 1857, this classic melodrama culled from the rich tapestry of America’s pre-Civil War history, could have been ripped from today’s headlines. The play chronicles the rise and fall of banker, Gideon Bloodgood, during the financial panics of 1837 and 1857. The parallel lives of the Bloodgood and Fairweather families are chronicled over twenty years with the coming of age of new villains and untapped heroes. An eleventh hour reprieve from an unexpected source culminates in a satisfying climax.