Groff's What Then Has World Premiere at Clubbed Thumb Jan. 7, 2006

News   Groff's What Then Has World Premiere at Clubbed Thumb Jan. 7, 2006
 
Rinne Groff, whose Ruby Sunrise is now getting its New York premiere at the Public Theater, will see another of her plays reach Gotham in early 2006.

Clubbed Thumb, an edgy Off-Broadway troupe, will produce the world premiere of Groff's What Then, beginning Jan. 7 at Soho's Ohio Theatre. Opening is Jan. 9.

Hal Brooks, who directed Wil Eno's Thom Pain, will stage the work.

Clubbed Thumb produced an early version of Rinne Groff’s Inky back in 1999. (That play has had two full New York mountings since then.)

The one-line description of the play runs: "A woman becomes an architect and builds a dream house, but only in her dreams."

The Obie-Award-winning Clubbed Thumb was founded in 1996 by artistic directors Maria Striar and Meg MacCary. Productions have included Gina Gionfriddo's U.S. Drag, Lisa D'Amour's 16 Spells to Charm the Beast, Rinne Groff's Jimmy Carter Was a Democrat and Erin Courtney’s Demon Baby. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by calling Smarttix at (212) 868-4444 or by going to www.smarttix.com.  For more information, go to www.clubbedthumb.org.

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