Following the abbreviated run of Hot Klezmer at NY's American Jewish Theatre comes the season closer, the one-man drama Uncle Philip's Coat, written by Matty Selman. The play features an actor haunted by memories of his uncle who survived the pogroms in Russia. Developed at the HB Playwrights Foundation, Uncle Philip's Coat is directed by Marcia Jean Kurtz (Time On FIre) and began previews Apr. 25 for an opening May 5 and a run through May 24.
Larry Block, who appeared at Soho Rep in A Devil Inside an City Opera's Wonderful Town, stars in the piece, which has sets by Ray Recht, lighting by Chris Dallos and costumes by Chris Field.
For tickets ($30) and information on Uncle Philip's Coat at the AJT, 307 West 26th St., call (212) 633-9797.
-- By David Lefkowitz