Concluding Oct. 9
Laugh it Up, Stare it Down (Off-Broadway at Cherry Lane Theatre) Laugh it Up, Stare it Down is a comedy written by Alan Hruska. The show is billed as such: "The play is the story of Cleo and Joe - the meeting of their minds, the entwining of their hearts, and their life-long search for a meaningful point in a universe too random to have one. It's a journey marked by a missing baby, a forged painting, a house invader, a tidal wave, and frozen pistou. Will they rise above the outrageous fortune? Will they find ecstatic love?" For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
Concluding Oct. 11
The Legend of Georgia McBride (Off-Broadway at The Lucille Lortel Theatre) The Legend of Georgia McBride is a comedy written by Matthew Lopez. "How can an Elvis impersonator become a winning drag queen in the Florida Panhandle?" ask press notes. "With an empty bank account and a pregnant wife, Casey's going to have to answer that question fast in this music-filled comedy about finding your true voice." For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
Drop Dead Perfect (Off-Broadway at Theatre at St. Clement's) Drop Dead Perfect is a comedy written by Erasmus Finn. The show, according to production notes, "follows Idris Seabright, a wealthy, eccentric mistress of a Key West cottage who runs her estate with a zany flair. When her beloved ward Vivien decides to abandon the Florida Keys to pursue art in Greenwich Village and Idris' lawyer becomes alarmingly interested in her investments, Idris' life begins its outrageous downward spiral. After she receives a visit from a mysterious stranger bearing an undeniable resemblance to her long-lost love, she becomes unhinged and her life erupts into over-the-top comic mayhem." For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.