Ticket Sales and Final Casting Announcement for Bedlam's PETER PAN
TICKETS ON SALE AND FINAL CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR
BEDLAM’S PRODUCTION OF
DIRECTED BY ERIC TUCKER
Joins the previously announced
KELLEY CURRAN, EDMUND LEWIS, SUSANNAH MILLONZI, ZUZANNA SZADKOWSKI AND ERIC TUCKER
TICKETS GO ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC THURSDAY, AUGUST 31
STRICTLY LIMITED 47 PERFORMANCE ENGAGEMENT AT THE DUKE ON 42ND STREET
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2017, THROUGH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2017
OPENING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2017
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(New York, NY) – Tickets to the Off-Broadway production of BEDLAM’S PETER PAN, the classic tale of Neverland, go on sale to the general public Thursday, August 31 at www.dukeon42.org or by calling 646-223-3010.
BEDLAM (Eric Tucker, Artistic Director; Kimberly Pau Boston, Managing Director) will launch their 2017/2018 season with BEDLAM’S production of J.M. Barrie’s PETER PAN, directed by Eric Tucker, for a limited 47 performance engagement at The Duke on 42nd Street (229 West 42 street) from Saturday, November 11, 2017, through Saturday, December 23, 2017. BEDLAM’S PETER PAN will open Sunday, November 19, 2017.
BEDLAM’S PETER PAN will star Kelley Curran, Brad Heberlee, Edmund Lewis, Susannah Millonzi, Zuzanna Szadkowski and Eric Tucker.
BEDLAM returns with a new production of J.M. Barrie’s iconic 1904 play about the Darling children who follow Peter Pan and Tinker Bell to Neverland, where children never grow old. BEDLAM’s cast of six will inhabit Barrie’s 25 characters including Pirates, the Lost Boys, Mermaids and the maniacal Captain Hook.
“Peter Pan feels like the perfect play for BEDLAM because J.M. Barrie’s dry wit and humor provide for so many thrilling possibilities for invention,” said BEDLAM’s Artistic Director, Eric Tucker.
The playing schedule for BEDLAM’S PETER PAN is as follows: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 7pm, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 7pm, with matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.
Committed to the immediacy of the relationship between the actor and the audience, BEDLAM creates works of theatre that reinvigorate traditional forms in a flexible, raw space, collapsing aesthetic distance and bringing its viewers into direct contact with the dangers and delicacies of life. In this new, fresh, active environment storytelling becomes paramount and the result is a kinetic experience of shared empathy.
The Duke on 42nd Street
The Duke on 42nd Street is a centrally-located black box theater rental that offers nonprofit and commercial companies the opportunity to perform on famed 42nd Street. Housed within the New 42nd Street Studios, The Duke on 42nd Street is a fully-staffed facility featuring customizable, state-of-the-art seating in various configurations and full light, sound and support systems. The venue has hosted such companies as Playwright's Realm, Red Bull Theater, Primary Stages, Transport Group, Theatre for a New Audience, Lincoln Center Theater LCT3, The Royal Court Theatre, Steppenwolf Theater Company, Armitage Gone! Dance, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Naked Angels, Classical Theater of Harlem and the National Theater of Great Britain.
The New 42nd Street
Founded in 1990, The New 42nd Street is an independent nonprofit organization charged with the continuous cultural revival of 42nd Street between 7th and 8th Avenues, building on the foundation of seven historic theaters to make extraordinary performing arts and cultural engagement part of everyone’s life. The New 42nd Street fulfills this purpose by ensuring the ongoing vibrancy of 42nd Street’s historic theaters; supporting performing artists in the creation of their work at the New 42nd Street Studios and The Duke on 42nd Street; creating arts access and education at The New Victory Theater, New York’s premier theater for kids and families; and through the New 42nd Street Youth Corps, its model youth development initiative, which pairs life skills workshops and mentorship with paid employment in the arts for NYC youth. Inspired by the city it serves, The New 42nd Street is committed to the transformational power of the arts.
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