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Marquee Value MARQUEE VALUE: Brooklyn Boy at the Biltmore Production: Brooklyn Boy by Donald Marguiles, directed by Daniel Sullivan, starring Adam Arkin

Previews: January 13, 2005 Opening: February 3, 2005

Venue: The Biltmore Theatre, 261 West 47th Street, New York, NY

Advertising Representative: SPOTCo

Manhattan Theatre Club presents the new play from Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Donald Marguiles (Dinner with Friends). Adam Arkin returns to Broadway after his Tony nominated turn in 1991's I Hate Hamlet as a novelist with a huge success on his hands for the first time. Daniel Sullivan (Proof) directs the production which premiered at South Coast Rep.

Photos by Kate Stutzel

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