Featuring a truly tremendous cast, It’s Only a Play has hit Broadway with a real bang. Written by four-time Tony winner Terrence McNally and directed by Jack O’Brien- with only one Tony less- there’s no need for hesitation in predicting its success.
It’s a play, well, about a play. Matthew Broderick nails the part of Peter Austin, a playwright desperate for success in the competitive and cut-throat milieu of showbiz that is Broadway. While the party carries on after its premiere, Broderick takes refuge upstairs and anxiously awaits the reviews of his beloved creation. Beside him, loyal friend and actor James Wicker (Nathan Lane) silently wonders whether he’s made the right choice in turning down the play’s lead role. Washed-up has-been star Virginia Noyes (Stockard Channing) sure makes a scene as she shouts profanities and carries on - an act sure to make the audience laugh, or maybe even gasp a few times! There are also appearances by Megan Mullally,as a novice producer, and Rupert Grint, as Austin’s young but brilliant director. See? A tremendous cast.
Providing a fun look at what happens offstage, It’s Only a Play is the perfect presentation for those in love with theater and the art of playwriting. With ScoreBig, you save on every It's Only A Play ticket, everyday.
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