With Tuesday November 6th being Election Day in the United States, and all eyes turned on politics, the Apple Family of Rhinebeck, NY, reunited for Richard Nelson’s Sorry; a collection of political plays based on an American family. The play opened on election day November 6th for its off-Broadway debut. Tickets are now available to the performances of this production which will run through November 18th and will give fans a chance to see the original cast members from the first two productions of the play.
While Sorry will be reuniting two former casts, another former cast from a hit Broadway production will also be reuniting. The original cast from the hit Starting Here, Starting Now, have just announced that they will be reuniting for a one-night-only presentation of the celebrated Broadway play. The event will be held on December 2nd at the York Theatre at Saint Peter’s and will be a one time chance for fans of the productions to see the original cast back together again in their iconic roles. Tickets are on sale for the evening performance of the play but those who are interested in seeing the performance live will want to act quickly as there will only be one chance for audiences to see this play live.
This December production is sure to be a ‘must-see’ for many fans, however, for those looking to get in the holiday spirit, this week will be bringing a number of special Broadway productions to the stage. In addition to several other holiday-themed Broadway plays, this Friday, November 9th, will mark the opening of the live theatrical production of Elf. The play is based on the hit 2003 movie that starred Will Ferrel and will tell the same story of Buddy the Elf and his adventures in New York City.
The play will be held at Al Hirschfeld Theatre and will kick off on November 9th and run through the holiday season with the last performance being held on January 6th. Night time performances for the show will be held Tuesday through Saturday and there will also be afternoon performances on Wednesday, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the season. Since production of the play will only last for two months those who are interested in seeing the performance live are encourages to act quickly. Tickets are on sale now; do you have yours yet?