Drama Desk Award-Winner Jim Brochu stars as Zero Mostel at the Theatre at Saint Clement’s.
Jim Brochu’s play about the life of theatre legend Zero Mostel, Zero Hour, returned to the Theatre at Saint Clement’s June 14. Written by Jim Brochu, who also stars in the new work, Zero Hour is set at Mostel’s 28th Street art studio. It is 1977, and the comedic actor is giving one final interview before leaving for the pre-Broadway tryout of The Merchant in Philadelphia. Mostel only played one performance as Shylock before his sudden death; he was 62.
Flip through photos of the opening below:
Charles Busch, Donna McKechnie, and More Celebrate the Opening Night of Zero Hour