Miracle On South Division Street, With Peggy Cosgrave, Rusty Ross, Opens Off-Broadway May 13

News   Miracle On South Division Street, With Peggy Cosgrave, Rusty Ross, Opens Off-Broadway May 13 Penguin Rep Theatre and Morton Wolkowitz present the Off-Broadway premiere of Tom Dudzick's Miracle On South Division Street, opening May 13, following previews that began April 25, at St. Luke's Theatre.

Directed by Joe Brancato (Off-Broadway's The Devil's Music: The Life & Blues of Bessie Smith), the cast features Peggy Cosgrave (Born Yesterday), Andrea Maulella (Tryst at Irish Rep), Rusty Ross (Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!) and Liz Zazzi (Tony N' Tina's Wedding).

Miracle On South Division Street, according to the producers, "is a new comedy aout family, faith and adjusting to life's surprises. The Nowaks of Buffalo always thought they were special, ever since Clara's father, an immigrant from war-torn Poland, had a miraculous vision in his barbershop. But 65 years later, Clara's youngest daughter has stopped going to mass, her son is dating a Jewish girl, and a deathbed confession causes the family legend to unravel with unexpectedly hilarious results."

Dudzick is also the author of Greetings!, which was produced Off-Broadway at the John Houseman Theatre by Arthur Cantor, and the semi-autobiographical comedy Over the Tavern.

Other members of the creative team include set and lighting designer Josh Iacovelli, costume designer Gail Cooper-Hecht and sound designer Chris Rummel.

St. Luke's Theatre is located at 308 West 46th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues). For more information and tickets, call (212) 239-6200 or visit Telecharge.com.

Rusty Ross, Andrea Maulella, Peggy Cosgrave and Liz Zazzi
Rusty Ross, Andrea Maulella, Peggy Cosgrave and Liz Zazzi Photo by Aaron Pepis
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