Oy Vey! The Play Begins Off-Broadway Run Nov. 23

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23 Nov 2012

Carolyn Seiff (seated) with Victoria Guthrie, Nina Leese and Sandy York
Carolyn Seiff (seated) with Victoria Guthrie, Nina Leese and Sandy York
Photo by Jeremy Daniel

Oy Vey! The Play begins performances Nov. 23 at Off-Broadway's The Lion Theatre at Theatre Row at 410 W. 42nd Street.

Directed by Sue Lawless, David Silberg's comedy will continue through Dec. 16. The cast features Jonathan Cantor, Bari Hyman, Nina Leese, Jack R. Marks, Jed Peterson, Carolyn Seiff, Christine Verleny and Sandy York.

The play, according to press notes, concerns "a wealthy widow, her three daughters, her son, her Rabbi, and the hilarity that ensues after a handsome stranger enters their lives."

The production has set design by Edward K. Ross, lighting design by Michael Megliola and costume design by Stephanie Levin.

David Silberg wrote and directed the TBS film "Getting Played." His theatre producing credits include Penn & Teller, Forbidden Broadway in San Francisco, Avner the Eccentric and Mort Sahl's America.



Producers are DBS Media, Dan Casamento, Anita Kulp, Kenneth Dixon and JustUsFriends.

Show times are Friday and Saturday at 8 PM, Sunday at 3 PM and Wednesday at 2 PM.

For more information visit oyveytheplay.com. Tickets are $19.25 and are available by visiting www.telecharge.com or by calling at (212) 239-6200.