Mothers and Sons
“M O T H E R S A N D S O N S”
FINDS ITS BROADWAY HOME!
FOUR-TIME TONY® WINNER
20th BROADWAY SHOW
THE JOHN GOLDEN THEATRE
PREVIEWS BEGIN FEBRUARY 23
OPENING NIGHT SET FOR MARCH 24
New York, NY (December 2, 2013) – Producers Tom Kirdahy, Paula Wagner & Debbie Bisno, Barbara Freitag & Loraine Alterman Boyle, and Roy Furman announced today that Mothers and Sons, the new play by 4-time Tony Award®-winning playwright Terrence McNally, will play Broadway’s John Golden Theatre (252 West 45th Street). Preview performances have been set to begin Sunday, February 23, 2014, and the opening night has been announced for Monday, March 24, 2014. Mothers and Sons marks Mr. McNally’s 20th Broadway show. An exclusive Audience Rewards pre-sale is currently available atBroadwayOffers.com through December 8, 2013. Tickets go on sale to the general public at Telecharge.com on December 9, 2013. For more information, visit www.MothersAndSonsBroadway.com.
From one of America’s most acclaimed playwrights, 4-time Tony Award® winner Terrence McNally comes Mothers and Sons, a powerful new Broadway play that explores the truths of who we are and who we love.
As previously announced, Tony and Emmy Award®-winner Tyne Daly stars in Mothers and Sons, a play about a mother who pays a surprise visit to the New York apartment of her late son’s ex-partner, who is now married to another man and has a young son. Challenged to face how society has changed around her—without her—she is finally able to see the rich life her son might have led.
Strikingly timely and deeply compassionate, Mothers and Sons is about the evolving definition of family and the healing power of forgiveness. Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller (Next Fall) directs. Additional casting will be announced shortly.
Mothers and Sons had its world premiere production at Bucks County Playhouse (Jed Bernstein, Producing Director) on June 13, 2013.
Mr. McNally’s other works for Broadway include Bad Habits; The Ritz; The Rink; Kiss of the Spider Woman; Love! Valour! Compassion!; Master Class; Ragtime; The Full Monty; and Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune.
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