PHOTO CALL: Topher Grace, Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon and More at Lonely, I'm Not Opening Night
By Joseph Marzullo
Topher Grace, of TV's "That '70s Show," plays a fallen corporate millionaire coming out of a funk in Paul Weitz's Lonely, I'm Not, which opened May 7 in its world-premiere engagement at Off-Broadway's Second Stage Theatre. Previews began April 17.
Trip Cullman (Playwrights Horizons' recent Assistance) directs the comedy (Weitz's fourth for Second Stage) that also stars Olivia Thirlby ("Being Flynn"), Mark Blum (Lost in Yonkers, We Live Here, After the Revolution), Lisa Emery (Relatively Speaking), Christopher Jackson (In the Heights) and Maureen Sebastian (Arabian Nights at Berkeley Rep and Arena Stage). This is a limited engagement to May 27.
According to Second Stage notes, "At an age when most people are discovering what they want to do with their lives, Porter [Topher Grace] has been married and divorced, earned seven figures as a corporate 'ninja,' and had a nervous breakdown. It's been four years since he's had a job or a date, and he's decided to give life another shot. Lonely, I'm Not is a comic journey that follows Porter as he meets an ambitious young businesswoman [Thirlby] who is overcoming her own obstacles to emotional success."
Second Stage's mainstage Tony Kiser Theatre is at 305 West 43rd Street.
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