Twisted Hymns And Vaudeville Schtick Are Good Enough at Dixon Place Feb. 2

News   Twisted Hymns And Vaudeville Schtick Are Good Enough at Dixon Place Feb. 2 Previews begin Feb. 2 at the nonprofit Dixon Place for Barry Rowell's original play, It's Good Enough For Me.

Previews begin Feb. 2 at the nonprofit Dixon Place for Barry Rowell's original play, It's Good Enough For Me.

Peculiar Works Project presents Good Enough, an "Elmer Gantry-meets Groucho Marx tale" featuring everything from twisted hymns to vaudeville schtick in an examination of the meaning of true faith. Playwright Bowell is Peculiar's co-director.

Directed by Julia Whitworth, the ten-member ensemble features Rae C. Wright, Catherine Porter, Judith Annozine, Janet Bryant, John Marino, Derrick McGinty, Suzi Takahashi, Nomi Tichman, Terrell Tilford and Christopher Hurt. Original music for the show was written by Daniel T. Denver, with a silent movie segment by Fernando Maneca, set design by Ray Neufeld, lighting design by Peter Nigrini, and costume design by Karen Eckert.

Previews begin Feb. 2. The show opens Feb. 4 and runs through Feb. 26 at Dixon Place, 309 East 26th Street,New York City. Tickets are $12. For info call (212) 532-1546 or visit dixonplace.org.

-- By Murdoch McBride