Tix Now On Sale for MTC's Important Hats of the Twentieth Century | Playbill

News Tix Now On Sale for MTC's Important Hats of the Twentieth Century Tickets are now on sale for the Manhattan Theatre Club world premiere of Important Hats of the Twentieth Century, which will star Peter and the Starcatcher's Carson Elrod. The new back-to-the-future-style comedy is by Emmy nominee and "Orange is the New Black" writer Nick Jones.

Previews will begin Nov. 10 with an official opening night scheduled for Nov. 23 at New York City Center. All tickets for the initial five-week run will be $30 and can be purchased by clicking here.

Elrod is joined by a host of Broadway and Off-Broadway actors, including Remy Auberjonois (Death of a Salesman), Jon Bass (The Book of Mormon), John Behlmann (Significant Other), Reed Campbell (The Comedy of Errors), Maria Elena Ramirez (Fish in the Dark), Matthew Saldivar (Honeymoon in Vegas), Triney Sandoval (A Free Man of Color) and Henry Vick (When The Rain Stops Falling).

Carson Elrod
Carson Elrod

Following sold-out runs of earlier works Trevor and Whiz-Bang, Jones returns to the stage with Important Hats of the Twentieth Century, the tale of New York's hottest fashion designer of the 1930's, Sam Greevy (played by Elrod). When Sam's rival begins to release strange, never-before-seen fashion items like sweatpants and sweatshirts, he becomes desperate to find out where, or rather when, the inspiration is coming from. Tony nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Hand to God) directs.

The creative team features Timothy R. Mackabee (scenic design), Jennifer Moeller (costume design), Jason Lyons (lighting design), Palmer Hefferan (original music and sound design) and Robert Westley (fight director).

Tickets can be purchased by visiting NYCityCenter or calling (212) 581-1212. Performances of Important Hats of the Twentieth Century will take place at The Studio at Stage II - Harold and Mimi Steinberg New Play Series at New York City Center, located at 131 West 55th St.

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