Bernard Shaw’s
HEARTBREAK HOUSE

Directed by Stephen Brown-Fried

Heartbreak House, which Shaw began at the beginning of WWI but which was first performed by New York’s famed Theatre Guild in 1920, brings a wildly disparate group of people together in the English countryside over a September weekend to make major decisions about their future. No stone is left unturned as each character is forced to come to terms with his or her past while finding a way to move forward in the face of the coming crisis. This wild and zany comedy is one of the most requested of Shaw’s 65 plays!

ONE NIGHT ONLY! A UNIQUE SCRIPT-IN-HAND PERFORMANCE!

All are welcome!

Out Brilliant Cast

Nurse Guinness & Narrator … Christine Pedi
Ellie Dunn … Teresa Avia Lim
Captain Shotover … Dakin Matthews
Lady Ariadne Utterword … Laila Robins
Hesione Hushabye … Patrice Johnson
Mazzini Dunn …Mark Nelson
Hector Hushabye … Robert Cuccioli
Boss Mangan … Seven Skybell
Randall Utterword … Carman Lacivita
Burglar … Nick Wyman

Tickets Now Available.

When: Monday, May 20, 7 pm
Where: Symphony Space, NY
95th and Broadway

Images of George Bernard Shaw by Al Hirschfeld, courtesy of the Al Hirschfeld Foundation: https://www.alhirschfeldfoundation.org/