The Affair in 22B Extends Run Through Nov. 2

News   The Affair in 22B Extends Run Through Nov. 2 The Off-Broadway run of Jay Christopher's 1984 play, The Affair in 22B, has been extended at the Producers Club.

Marc Eardley directs the intimate comedy, which marks the Off-Broadway debut for the New Jersey-based theatre company 3S Theatre Collective. Originally scheduled to conclude performances Oct. 25, The Affair in 22B will now play an extra week of performances through Nov. 2. The work officially opened Oct. 16.

John Halbach and Renee Rakel star in the two-hander, which according to production notes, "revolves around the relationship of the two main characters, Abbey and Paul, who share their lives in a run-down New York apartment, and who are looking to build a successful and meaningful relationship, though Paul's eagerness towards conflict and negativity plays an integral role in the downfall of the couple's companionship."

The creative team includes Stephen K. Dobay (set design) and Ryan Metzler (lighting design).

3STC previously presented the Andrew Lippa concert Welcome to the World and the recent New Jersey production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch with MAC winner Jonathan Whitton.

For tickets to The Affair in 22B, priced $27.50, phone (917) 628-0363 or visit 3STC. The Producer's Club is located at 358 West 44th Street in Manhattan.