Penned by NPR contributor Braly, Life in a Marital Institution, returns Off-Broadway having played 59E59 Theaters last winter. The solo work officially opens July 9 and will play a limited engagement through Aug. 31. No Child… director Hal Brooks again stages Braly's monologue, which explores the idiosyncrasies of married life with candor and doses of absurd comedy.
Life in a Marital Institution has been seen at the Insights & Revelations Performance series and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The Deep End Productions produces the Off-Broadway engagement.
Tickets, priced $50-$55, can be purchased by phoning (212) 691-1555 or by visiting www.sohoplayhouse.com. The Soho Playhouse is located at 15 Vandam Street in Manhattan.
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