Theater + Dance


When: Fridays-Sundays, 8-10 p.m. Continues through May 10 2014

Here’s what Lewis Black told us last year about his romantic comedy One Slight Hitch, written in 1983 while he worked as playwright-in-residence in Hell’s Kitchen — and well before his late-career resurgence as a comedian: “If my name weren’t on it, nobody would know I wrote the play, and it’s about a totally different thing than I talk about on stage. It’s a completely different part of my brain. One is the act of an extrovert; the other the act of an introvert.” The play is set in 1981 on the morning of a wedding in Cincinnati between a caustic NYC writer and a dull Midwest Republican.

Price: $20-$25

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