The Home for Lost Boys Has Premiere Off-Broadway March 4

News   The Home for Lost Boys Has Premiere Off-Broadway March 4
The Home of Lost Boys, a new play by Craig J. Weiner, directed by Renee Blinkwolt, will get its world premiere at the John Houseman Studio Theater Off-Broadway on March 4. The run will last until March 20.

In The Home For Lost Boys, "three boys, under the guidance of their caretaker, are preparing to assume ownership of the house they grew up in when the eldest becomes a legal adult.  However, a mysterious boy shows up just days before that happens and claims that the house belonged to his family from year’s past and has come to reclaim it.  As the action unfolds, and evidence of their families’ histories is presented, we soon realize that this theatre piece is actually an allegory for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."  The cast includes Cameron Cash, Lexy Fridell, Gary Littman, John Michalski and Jonathan Monk. In the production the adults are played by teenagers and vice versa.

Tickets are $15 and are available through SmartTix at or by calling 212-868 4444.

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