Bye, Mom! Or, How Not to Bury Your Mother Digs in Off-Broadway Feb. 4

News   Bye, Mom! Or, How Not to Bury Your Mother Digs in Off-Broadway Feb. 4
Bye, Mom! Or How to Not Bury Your Mother, a new play by Susan Austin Roth with a title worthy of the New York International Fringe Festival, will begin performances on Feb. 4 at The 45th Street Theater, 354 W. 45th Street between Eighth and Ninth  Avenue.

The work is presented by Quercus Productions and directed by Yanna Kroyt Brandt.

The cast features Catherine Curtin, recently seen in Aunt Dan and Lemon, and Stephen Bradbury of the original production of A Few Good Men, along with Michael Gnat, Robert Heller, Lucy McMichael, Norma Rockwood, and Rob Sedgwick.

Press materials explain the plot thusly: "Take one Jewish mother too stubborn to die; an obsessed daughter and her married lover; three sons: a nebbish, a nerd, and an airhead. Toss in an insufferable daughter-in-law and convene them all in Florida. And what do you get? A nasty little comedy about the lack of family values and the joy of family feuding."

Bye, Mom! has a set design by Sarah Pearline, lighting design by Stephen Sakowski, and costume design by Elizabeth K. Shelton.

Tickets are $15.  Call Ticket Central at (212) 279-4200.

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