Small Potatoes, Bob Rogers' look at the shenanigans in a small town city council, closes Feb. 20 at Off-Broadway's John Houseman Studio A. The comedy began performances Jan. 13 and opened Jan. 27. Martha Pinson directs.
Inspired by Gogol's The Government Inspector, Small Potatoes takes place in upstate New York where two corrupt politicians, growing rich from several scams, wrongly imprison two strangers who might actually be government officials. The play made its debut at the Philipstown Theater in Putnam County.
Small Potatoes stars Dan Anderson, Carla Bianchi, Jinn S. Kim, Lee Moore, Christopher Benson-Reed, Genevieve Schartner, Anthony Spina, Eric Taylor and Joe Warik.
Designing the show are Meganne George (sets), Rych Curtiss (lighting) and Kathleen Scupp (costumes).
Tickets are $37.50 and are available by calling (212) 532-8887. The John Houseman Theatre is located at 450 West 42nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues. -- By Christine Ehren