Hot Mess in Manhattan, About NYC, Dating and Texting, to Play Midtown Theatre

News   Hot Mess in Manhattan, About NYC, Dating and Texting, to Play Midtown Theatre
 
Hot Mess in Manhattan, a collection of 11 original songs on New York City life, will play the Midtown Theatre for one night only, Oct. 18 at 8 PM.

The show's creator, Cait Doyle, will perform the piece with Steven Booth (Glory Days). Jonathan Whitton will direct, and Vince Peterson will music direct. Doyle and Booth will be accompanied by cellist Dan Delaney. The authors who contributed original material to Hot Mess include Nick Blaemire (Glory Days); Gaby Alter; Sam Carner and Derek Gregor; Ryan Cunningham and Joshua Salzman (I Love You Because); Drew Gasparini; Adam Gwon (Ordinary Days); Sharon Kenny; Michael Mahler (How Can You Run with A Shell on Your Back?); Ryan Scott Oliver (Mrs. Sharp); and Julianne Wick Davis (Wood).

According to press notes, "Hot Mess in Manhattan is the definitive truth on New York City dwelling, dating, and all things text message as told by ‘The Mess’: a girl whose Manhattan apartment is so small she must sit sideways on the toilet."

The Midtown Theatre is located at 163 West 46th Street. For tickets ($20), call (866) 811-4111 or (212) 352-310, or visit https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/8494505.

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