PHOTO CALL: Jonathan Hammond, Tricia Paoluccio and Noah Weisberg in A Strange and Separate People

News   PHOTO CALL: Jonathan Hammond, Tricia Paoluccio and Noah Weisberg in A Strange and Separate People
 
Jonathan Hammond, Tricia Paoluccio and Noah Weisberg star in Jon Marans' A Strange and Separate People, which plays the Studio Theatre at Off-Broadway's Theatre Row.

Jeff Calhoun directs the play, which is being produced by Stacy Shane/ManUnderdog Prods., the original producers of Marans' critically acclaimed The Temperamentals.

Here is a look at the show:

A Strange and Separate People, according to press notes, concerns "an Upper West Side young Orthodox couple, Jay and Phyllis, [who] have managed to find a precarious equilibrium in their complicated personal and religious lives. However, that delicate balance is severely tested when Stuart, a doctor who is a handsome, cocky, strangely charismatic gay man, who is newly Orthodox, invades their lives. At times these separate lives ferociously clash in a contemporary story of betrayal and new beginnings."

The production also features set and costume design by Clint Ramos, lighting by Ryan O'Gara and sound by Jill BC Du Boff.

Jon Marans is also the author of The Temperamentals, Old Wicked Songs (Pulitzer Prize Finalist for Drama) and Jumping For Joy.

Show times are Tuesday-Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 3 PM with an additional performance Saturday, July 16 at 2 PM.

Tickets, priced at $18, can be bought at the Theatre Row Box Office (410 West 42nd Street) or through TeleCharge at call (212) 239-6200 or TeleCharge.com.

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