Viagara Falls Begins Performances Off-Broadway on July 5th, 2010
“ON A SCALE OF ONE TO TEN, THIS SHOW IS A TWELVE!” – CAROL BURNETT
WARNING: Ask your doctor if you are healthy enough to engage in hysterical activity. After taking in ‘Viagara Falls,’ if you maintain hard laughter lasting more than four hours, contact your doctor immediately.
VIAGARA FALLS, a new comedy by Joao Machado and Lou Cutell, comes to New York this summer. Presented by Stanley Brown, John Finocchio and SJ Productions, Inc., Viagara Falls begins performances at the Little Shubert Theatre Tuesday, July 6th. Opening night is Wednesday, July 21st. Directed by Don Crichton (“The Carol Burnett Show”), Viagara Falls features a trio of TV, stage and film veterans: Bernie Kopell (“The Love Boat”), Teresa Ganzel (“The Tonight Show,” “Teachers Only”), and Lou Cutrell (original Broadway productions of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, Little Me).
Charley and Moe are widowers, war buddies and life-long pals. For his 77th birthday, rather than sitting around listening to old Sinatra records, Charley decides that he and Moe need one more crack at sowing some wild oats. Moe is wary, but with the help of one loopy lady of the evening and some black market blue pills, Charlie and Moe are in for the birthday party of their lives.
VIAGARA FALLS begins performances Monday, July 5th at the Little Shubert Theatre (422 West 42nd Street). Opening night is Wednesday, July 21. Performances are Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8PM, Tuesday at 7PM with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 2PM and Sunday at 3PM. Via subway, take the 1/2/3/A/C/E/N/R/W/Q trains to 42nd Street/Times Square. Tickets are $69. A limited number of premium seats are available at each performance. Tickets are available through Telecharge by clicking here or calling 212-239-6200.