NYMF Sets 2012 Summer Dates; Outlaws, Ghostlight and Greenwood Begin Selling Out

News   NYMF Sets 2012 Summer Dates; Outlaws, Ghostlight and Greenwood Begin Selling Out
 
Outlaws, Ghostlight, Greenwood, This One Girl's Story and Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice are among the first productions of the 2011 New York Musical Theatre Festival to begin selling out their limited runs this fall.

The 8th annual festival, which runs Sept. 26-Oct. 16, gives New Yorkers the chance to catch new musicals with a host of Broadway talent among the casts. Isaac Robert Hurwitz is the executive director of NYMF.

Dates have also been announced for the 2012 festival, which will be presented July 9-29, 2012. Submissions are currently being accepted for the 2012 Next Link Project through Oct. 31, 2011.

Among the shows to sell out performances are Date of a Lifetime, Ghostlight, The Kid Who Would Be Pope, Greenwood, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Matchmaker Matchmaker I’m Willing To Settle, Outlaws and This One Girl's Story.

Several shows have already added performances, including Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (Oct. 7), The Kid Who Would Be Pope (Oct. 3), Outlaws (Oct. 6) and Ghostlight (Sept. 28).

For details and tickets, visit NYMF.

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