Son of a Gun, with American Idiot's Van Hughes and Hair's Ryan Link, Postpones First Off-Broadway Preview

News   Son of a Gun, with American Idiot's Van Hughes and Hair's Ryan Link, Postpones First Off-Broadway Preview
Son of a Gun, a contemporary folk rock musical developed with the O’Neill Theater Center, Joe’s Pub and The Drama League, will make its Off-Broadway debut Nov. 2 rather than the previously announced Nov. 1 at The Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row due to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Van Hughes
Van Hughes

An Oct. 31 statement reads, "Because of weather conditions, the delivery of some essential production materials was not on schedule, thus causing a delay. Patrons with tickets for the affected performance should contact their point of sale. Our thoughts are with all those affected by the storm especially those families who lost their homes."

Directed by Gabriel Barre, the cast will feature American Idiot’s Van Hughes and Hair’s Ryan Link as well as Alex Branton, Billy Brimblecom Jr., Michael Castillejos, Lori Fischer, Rebecca Hart, Jimmie James and Martin Landry.

Son of a Gun features music and lyrics by Don Chaffer with additional music and lyrics by Lori Chaffer and a book by by Chris Cragin and Don Chaffer.

The darkly comic folk rock musical "tells the story of Danderhauler Agamenon Khrusty, heir apparent to the Khrusty family band," according to press notes. "When Dan meets the love of his life, an awkward opening act named Lucy Sunshine, he’s forced to confront his charismatic but domineering father."

The production will also have scenic and projection design by Caite Hevner, lighting design by Alan Edwards, costume design by Leon Dobkowski and props design by Sarah Dowling. Colin Miller is the production stage manager.

Joshua Alan, artistic director of Firebone Theatre, produces.

Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row is located at 410 West 42nd Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Tickets ($19.25) are available by visiting or or by calling (212) 239-6200.    

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