The Lonely Night Discloses Days of Wine and Roses, in NYC Stage Debut, Oct. 3

News   The Lonely Night Discloses Days of Wine and Roses, in NYC Stage Debut, Oct. 3 "Days of Wine and Roses" is known as a pop song, a Blake Edwards film and a TV telepic, and come Oct. 3 the script by the late JP Miller will get its New York stage premiere in an Off-Broadway production.

The Boomerang Theatre Company presents Days of Wine and Roses, directed by Rachel Wood, Oct. 3-19 at Walker Space, 46 Walker Street, in Manhattan.

"A man and woman meet at a bar and it's love at first sip," according to press notes. "Days of Wine and Roses is a love story that examines a torrid relationship that was solidified and ultimately destroyed by alcohol."

Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick starred in the 1963 film. The property was originally produced on television in 1958 on "Playhouse 90" starring Cliff Robertson, Piper Laurie and Charles Bickford.

Miller was nominated for four Emmy awards during his long career. He won for the 1969 TV movie "The People Next Door" but is best known for his screenplay "Days of Wine and Roses." Other credits include "Behold a Pale Horse" starring Gregory Peck, John Frankenheimer's "The Young Savages" and the TV films "The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case" with Anthony Hopkins and "Helter Skelter," about the Tate/Labianca murders. He died of pneumonia at age 81.

Director Wood serves as the associate artistic director for The Boomerang Theatre. Her directing credits include Amphitryon by Craig Lucas and the New York premiere of Aubergine Days.  She has directed for both the Montreal and Toronto Fringe Festival, as well as for the Manhattan Theatre Source's Estrogenius Festival. The cast includes Mac Brydon, Ron Cohen, Catherine Dowling, Philip Emeott, Bill Fairbairn, John Flaherty, Andrea Judge, Montgomery Maguire, Victoria Rosen, Paul Schnee and Laura Siner.

Tickets are $19. For information, call (212) 501-4069.