Our Lady Resurrected; Off-Broadway Show Extends to July 27

News   Our Lady Resurrected; Off-Broadway Show Extends to July 27
Stephen Adly Guirgis' Our Lady of 121st Street, which just announced it would end its run on June 29 at Off-Broadway's Union Square Theatre, will now extend through July 27, the producers said June 17.

The ensemble drama, directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, began its commercial Off-Broadway run Feb. 18 — following a transfer from the LAByrinth Theater Company production at Center Stage/NY — and officially opened March 6. Set in the Ortiz Funeral home, Our Lady of 121st Street follows the reunions — some good, some bad — of a group of old friends who return to their old neighborhood after the death of a nun.

John Gould Rubin, Ira Pittelman, Robyn Goodman, Ruth Hendel, Daryl Roth, in association with Michael Filerman and Jack Thomas, present the staging.

Tickets for Our Lady of 121st Street, at the Union Square, 100 East 17th Street, are available by calling (212) 307-4100.

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