Join Us for Talkback Thursdays
Ticketholders attending Thursday night performances on Feb 16 & 23, and Mar 2 are welcome to participate in an informal Q&A discussion with members of the show
Oscar Levant, the brilliant, witty, pill-popping concert pianist, wakes up to find himself in the Psych Ward of Mt. Sinai Hospital. His past collides with his present, as he grapples with his demons to save his marriage and his sanity. It's a nightmarish, and sometimes hilarious journey, from addiction to redemption, as he verbally jousts with Jack Paar, is haunted by the genius of George Gershwin, and moves in with his only friend, Harpo Marx.
Feb 16: Vince Waldron
is an Emmy-winning writer, playwright, and pop culture critic. His books include The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book, and Classic Sitcoms, an acclaimed study of television comedy and its influences.
Feb 23: Mark Evanier has been a professional writer since 1969 writing comic books (Scooby Doo, Blackhawk, Tarzan, Groo the Wanderer and many others), live-action TV (Welcome Back, Kotter; That's Incredible!, Love Boat, Pryor's Place), animation (The Garfield Show, Dungeons & Dragons, ABC Weekend Special, dozens of others), books (Kirby: King of Comics, MAD Art) and stuff for stand-up comedians. He has taught comedy writing at USC and he has has received three Emmy nominations (no wins) and an award from the Writers Guild of America for lifetime achievement in animation writing.
March 2: Fred Willard, Emmy winner and four time Emmy nominee, radiates a unique charm that has established him as one of our generation's most gifted comic actors. An alumnus of The Second City and a founding member of the classic improv group the Ace Trucking Company. Film: Waiting For Guffman, Best in Show, This Is Spinal Tap, The Magic of Belle Isle, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration, Monster House, and WALL-E. Emmy nominations: Everybody Loves Raymond, Modern Family, What's Hot, What's Not, and an Emmy win for The Bold and the Beautiful. Fred can be seen on Netflix in MASCOTS, the latest film from Christopher Guest, and on Modern Family.
For Piano and Harpo Teaser
For Piano and Harpo Interviews 1
For Piano and Harpo Interviews 2
Previews: $32.00 - $35.00
Tue/Wed/Thu: $37.00 - $40.00
Fri/Sat/Sun: $42.00 - $45.00
Opening Night: $55.00 - $60.00
Students (minors or with valid student ID): $30.00