A Mother, a Daughter and a Gun Gets a Shot of Adrenaline and Adds a Week

News   A Mother, a Daughter and a Gun Gets a Shot of Adrenaline and Adds a Week
 
Barra Grant's comedy A Mother, a Daughter and Gun will not close Nov. 20 after all. The Off-Broadway run got a one-week reprieve and will play to Nov. 27, producers announced Nov. 17.

When it closes, it will have played 19 previews and 30 regular performances in New York. The play, starring Olympia Dukakis, began previews Oct. 15 and opened Nov. 1 at Dodger Stages.

Directed by Jonathan Lynn, the cast also features Veanne Cox, George S. Irving, David Bishins, Mario Campanaro, Katrina Ferguson, Matthew Greer, Laura Heisler, Stephanie Kurtzuba and Daniel Pearce.

The staging is presented in New York by Brian Reilly and Nelle Nugent, and features set design by Jesse Poleshuck, costumes by David C. Woolard, lighting by Beverly Emmons, and sound design by T. Richard Fitzgerald and Carl Casella.

Barra Grant, who is also an actress, wrote screenplays for "Slow Dancing in the Big City" and "Misunderstood." She recently wrote and directed her first feature film, "Life of the Party," which premiered at the Palm Springs Film Festival prior to premiering on the Lifetime network in May 2006.

For tickets, contact Telecharge.com at (212) 239-6200. Tickets are $50-$65. The final performance schedule is Tuesday at 7 PM, Wednesday at 2 PM and 8 PM; No performance on Thursday; Friday at 2 PM and 8 PM; Saturday at 2 PM and 8 PM; and Sunday at 3 PM. Visit www.amotheradaughterandagun.com.

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