August 31, 2015

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The House of Blue Leaves on Opening Night: The Beauty of Fractured Dreams

Ben Stiller, who made his Broadway debut as the son in the 1986 revival of John Guare's dark comedy, The House of Blue Leaves, returns to tackle the father role, Artie, in the new David Cromer-directed revival. Comer, Stiller and Guare join cast members Edie Falco, Alison Pill, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Thomas Sadoski, Christopher Abbott and Halley Feiffer at the opening night party at Sardi's.








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