World Premiere of Lillis' Two Thirds Home Hits New York City July 21

News   World Premiere of Lillis' Two Thirds Home Hits New York City July 21 Padraic Lillis' Two Thirds Home will receive its world premiere by Broken Watch Theatre at the Michael Weller Theatre in New York City.

Giovanna Sardelli directs the production, which will begin previews July 21 and open July 26 for a run through Aug. 12. The show runs an intermissionless 80 minutes.

"Sharing secrets makes us intimates, building a life around them sets us apart," reads show materials. "We find Michael and Paul in their childhood home, following their mother's funeral, with Sue, her lover, revealing truths that will strain their relationships and the identity they have built for themselves."

The cast features Peggy J. Scott ("Finding Amanda"), Aaron Roman Weiner ("Osso Bucco") and Ryan Woodle ("The Bonnie Situation").

The design team includes Laura Jellinek (set), Joshua Rose (lighting and sound) and Rebecca Lustig (costume). Jessica Felix serves as stage manager.

Lillis previously penned Ronnie's Mask, Lake Effect, Broadway '98, Orenthal and additional material for Recreating Keiter: I Saw Dad Make the Whole Thing Up. He served as assistant director on Broadway's She Loves Me and subsequently directed the national tour. His work as a director includes The Dirty Talk, In Transit, Baby Girl and A Line in the Sand. Tickets to Two Thirds Home at the Michael Weller Theatre, 311 West 43rd Street (6th floor), are available by calling (212) 352-3101. For more information visit brokenwatch.org.

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