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Off-Broadway News Off-Broadway's Perfect Crime to Celebrate 35th Anniversary

To celebrate the occasion, the audience will be invited to a post-performance party.

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Perfect Crime will celebrates its 35th anniversary April 18 at the Anne Bernstein Theater in The Theater Center. Written by Warren Manzi and produced by Armand Hyatt, the show is the longest-running play in NYC history.

To celebrate the occasion, the audience will be invited to a post-performance party with food, drink, and open bar. The theatre will also serve complimentary champagne before the show and during intermission. 

The cast features Catherine Russell, Mark Campbell, David Butler, and Charles Geyera with a video cameo by restaurateur Patrick Robustelli. Jeffrey Hyatt directs.

Following its closure during the COVID-19 Broadway shutdown, Perfect Crime was the first Equity-approved production to reopen. 

While it has avoided COVID-related closures, the production temporarily paused performances due to theft and damages. As previously reported, burglars broke into the space through a vacant storefront below the theatre and stole the Center's copper piping, leaving the facility without water or heat.

READ: Off-Broadway's Perfect Crime and The Office: A Musical ParodyTemporarily Halted Following Theft

This whodunit tells the story of psychiatrist and suspected killer Margaret Brent, her wealthy husband, deranged patient, and her love interest, a handsome detective. 


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