By Andrew Gans
12 Oct 2012
Artistic director David Saint announced that in its place will be Mark St. Germain’s The Best of Enemies, originally produced by Barrington Stage Company. Performances at the New Brunswick theatre are scheduled for Nov. 29-Dec. 23.
“George Street Playhouse’s good friend Marlo Thomas has been offered a recurring role in the television series, ‘The New Normal,’" said Saint in a statement. “Unfortunately the result of this wonderful opportunity is that she will not be able to appear on our stage this fall in Joe DiPietro’s Clever Little Lies. We have decided to postpone the production until such time as when Marlo is available and wish her well on this exciting project.”
Saint continued, “It is my pleasure to welcome my friend and colleague Julianne Boyd, artistic director of the nationally-renowned Barrington Stage Company, who will re-mount her critically-acclaimed production of The Best of Enemies on the George Street Playhouse stage. I am exceptionally proud to bring this powerful, moving and uplifting play about redemption and hope to George Street Playhouse.”
Tickets issued for Clever Little Lies will be honored for The Best of Enemies. Ticketholders may contact the George Street Playhouse Patron Services Department at (732) 246-7717 with any questions or concerns. George Street Playhouse is located at 9 Livingston Avenue.