Colin Quinn Concludes Long Story Short Off-Broadway Sept. 4

News   Colin Quinn Concludes Long Story Short Off-Broadway Sept. 4
 
Long Story Short, former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Colin Quinn's one-man show about 2,000 years of history, closes Off-Broadway Sept. 4 at the Bleecker Street Theatre.

Colin Quinn
Colin Quinn

Golden Globe Award-winning comedian Jerry Seinfeld directed the 75-minute comedy that began previews June 18 and extended past its original closing date of Aug. 15. Columbus 81 Productions produced the run.

"Long Story Short," according to producers, "is Colin Quinn’s hilarious look at the ups and downs of great civilizations gone wrong. In this one-man sendup, Quinn channels comedic personalities of nations past, offering satirical takes on the attitudes, appetites and habits that toppled powerful empires. Charting a comical course from the excess of ancient Rome to WalMart/Costco/BestBuy, Quinn proves that the forces undermining the American empire are as old as time."

The production has set and projection design by Aaron Rhyne, sound design by Scott Elmegreen and lighting design by Perchik Kreiman-Miller.

Quinn began as a writer on "SNL" in 1995 and was a featured player on the late-night show through 1998, when he became a full-time cast member. He departed "SNL" in 2000. He made his Broadway debut with Colin Quinn: An Irish Wake in 1998.

The Bleecker Street Theatre is located at 45 Bleecker Street between Bowery and Lafayette Street.

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