James Sherman's From Door to Door Swings Opens Off-Bway March 16

News   James Sherman's From Door to Door Swings Opens Off-Bway March 16 James Sherman, author of the long-run smash, Beau Jest, and its recent musical version, will be represented Off-Broadway again with the new comedy, From Door to Door, beginning previews at the Westside Theatre March 16 toward a March 24 opening.

Produced by Morton Wolkowitz and Chase Mishkin, the play is directed by Joe Brancato (who staged the Drama Desk Award winner, Cobb) and stars Anita Keal, Sarah McCafrey and Suzanne Toren.

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According to the Jan. 30 announcement of the show, "From Door to Door is a warmly affecting play about over-mothering and single-parenting. This quixotic tribute to three generations of American women tells a universal tale of family secrets, lies and surprises."

Sherman, a resident writer at Chicago's Tony Award honored Victory Gardens Theater, is author of the regional hit, Beau Jest, and its sequel, Jest a Second!, plus Magic Time, The God of Isaac, Mr. 80%, The Escape Artist, This Old Man Came Rolling Home, Romance in D, The Old Man's Friend and Affluenza!

From Door to Door features a set design by Tony Award-winner Tony Straiges, lighting design by Jeff Nellis, costume design by Ingrid Mauer and sound design by Joann Doty. Performances are Tuesday through Friday at 8 PM, Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30 and 8 PM and Sunday at 3 PM.

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