The Off-Broadway debut of Cary and Gallo: What If We Did This? that opened Dec. 18 at the Soho Playhouse has been extended yet again, this time through March 5. The production, which was set to close Jan. 22, was previously extended through Feb. 12.
Cary and Gallo features the performance duo of Joshua Cary and Patrick Gallo. The two met at a musical theatre conservatory school in New York City, but as they stated in an interview, "I guess we didn’t stick with the song and dance." The production contains a mix of theatrical sketches and original short films.
Emmy-nominated Ted Sullivan directs the production which was written by the two performers and a team of comedy writers that include Dan Cronin ("The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn"), Chris DeLuca ("Saturday Night Live"), Julius Sharpe ("Late Night With Conan O'Brien) and Bryan Tucker ("The Chris Rock Show"). Also showcased are Paul Sullivan's short films with the pair.
For tickets to the show, which runs Mondays at the Soho Playhouse, 15 Vandam St. (off 6th Ave.) call TeleCharge at (212) 239-6200 or visit www.CaryandGallo.com.
— by Ernio Hernandez