Mark Linn-Baker Will Star in Lewis Black's One Slight Hitch at the George Street Playhouse
By Andrew Gans
George Street Playhouse will open its 2012-13 season with Lewis Black's One Slight Hitch, which will begin performances at the New Jersey venue Oct. 2.
Directed by Joe Grifasi, the production will officially open Oct. 5. Performances will continue through Oct. 28.
The cast will be headed by Mark Linn-Baker, who was recently seen on Broadway in Relatively Speaking and is known to television audiences from the hit comedy "Perfect Strangers." Additional casting will be announced.
"Life in suburban Cincinnati circa 1981 is good for Doc and Delia Coleman on the morning they plan to throw their eldest daughter the lavish wedding they never had, until one slight hitch wreaks glorious havoc on all of their plans," according to press notes. "A riotous and strangely romantic ride through the deconstruction of one family's equilibrium, from one of the most prolific and popular stand-up comedian/actor/authors working today."
George Street Playhouse is located at 9 Livingston Avenue. For tickets and information visit GSPonline.org.
Critically acclaimed comedian Lewis Black recently joined the roster of performers aboard Playbill's Broadway on the High Seas 2, a ten-day cruise through Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil that launches Dec. 6. Black joins previously announced entertainers: two-time Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole, three-time Tony Award nominee Sherie Rene Scott, three-time Tony Award nominee Marin Mazzie and Drama Desk Award nominee Jason Danieley. Playbill columnist and Sirius/XM host Seth Rudetsky will return as musical director and performer. Visit www.PlaybillCruise.com for further information.
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