Theater at St. Clement's

Todays Date: 07/17/19
Last Update: 07/13/19 10:16:00 AM

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Address: 423 West 46th
New York, NY    10036

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I SPY A SPY  | Open: 07/05/19 Close: 09/21/19
In a "melting pot" neighborhood in Hell's Kitchen, José Rodriguez, an undocumented Mexican delivery guy, has an American Dream - to become "a someone." Alina Orlova, a beautiful but inept Russian spy, also has an American Dream – to bring down America and to save the family's "Fluff N' Fold!" Speeding though one preposterous and hilarious plot twist after another, Jose and Alina embark on a wild adventure to fulfill their destinies. I Spy A Spy is a musical roller coaster ride on which our duo encounters Mexican thugs, Russian spies, a Pakistani pizza proprietor, a Korean deli owner and the Department of Homeland Security!

 

KENNEDY: BOBBY'S LAST CRUSADE  | Open: / / Close: Open Run
To Seek a Newer World Productions and Lisa Dozier King in association with New Circle Theatre Company to present the World Premiere of Kennedy: Bobby’s Last Crusade written by and starring David Arrow and directed by Eric Nightengale. It will begin performances on November 1; opening Thursday, November 8 and running through December 9, 2018, at the Theatre at the St. Clement's (423 West 46th St). Tickets are $65-$85 ($55 previews) and can be purchased by visiting KennedyBobbysLastCrusade.com or by calling (866) 811-4111.

 

David Arrow’s Kennedy: Bobby’s Last Crusade will get its World premiere this November, beginning a few days before the midterm elections. The solo play portrays Robert F. Kennedy during the 1968 presidential campaign. Told from Kennedy’s perspective, the play follows his announcement of his intention to enter the race in March, to his last speech on June 4th at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. It contains many of his most famous and impactful speeches as well as the personal and less publicized moments of those last four months of the 1968 campaign for the presidency. 2018  marks the 50th anniversary of the events depicted in the play.