Leo Reich: Literally Who Cares?!, which enjoyed acclaimed runs at Edinburgh Fringe and London's Soho Theatre, plays its final performance in New York March 11.
Written and performed by Reich, performances began at Off-Broadway's Greenwich House Theater February 15 prior to an official opening February 19. Adam Brace directs.
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The production also features music composed by Tony winner Toby Marlow (Six) and lighting design by Daniel Carter-Brennan.
Reich is a stand-up comic and writer who recently opened for Simon Amstell on his latest U.K. tour and previously opened for Cat Cohen on tour. He was nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2022, and his TV appearances include Friday Night Live, Late Night Mash, Comedy Central Live, and Jonathan Ross Comedy Club. He has written two episodes for the upcoming series Entitled, airing on Showtime.
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“As soon as we saw Literally Who Cares in Edinburgh, we knew it would be an instant smash,” producers Kevin McCollum and Lucas McMahon said in an earlier statement. “Leo is incredibly talented, brazen, and hilarious, and we cannot wait for New York audiences to experience this wildly fun show.”