The final show of Season 49, Social Security, written by Andrew Bergman and directed by Phil Shepherd,opened on Friday, March 28, 2014.Tickets are still available--don't miss out!
 

Social Security is a comedy that provides an hilarious look at how eccentric parents and daring college-age children upend our carefully laid out lives and teach us the real meaning of social security. Barbara and David Kahn are living the good life on the Upper East Side. Partners in a successful New York art gallery, their shining lives revolve around great restaurants, great artists and the very profitable art trade. A cryptic phone call from Barbara’s suburban housewife sister, Trudy, sets in motion a series of unexpected events that exposes the funny side of sibling and generational conflicts, as well as the desire for that special fire that drives all of our lives. The play opened in April 1986 on Broadway and ran for 388 performances.

Run:  Mar 28 - April 6, 2014

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Social Security – – March 28 - April 6, 2014

FROM PHIL SHEPHERD, DIRECTOR

 

Barbara and David Kahn are living the good life on the Upper Eastside. Partners in a successful New York art gallery, their shining lives revolve around great restaurants, great artists and the very profitable art trade. A cryptic phone call from Barbara’s suburban housewife sister, Trudy, sets in motion a series of unexpected events that exposes the funny side of sibling and generational conflicts, as well as the desire for that special fire that drives all of our lives.

This play by Andrew Bergman opened in April 1986 on Broadway and ran for 388 performances. Enjoy!

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