LINCOLN CENTER’S American Songbook: Saturday, February 6th 8:30pm
The last time actor, songwriter, and director Jerry Dixon (If/Then, Once on This Island, tick, tick…BOOM!) and comic/actor Mario Cantone (Sex in the City, Assassins) teamed up, they gave us Laugh Whore, Cantone’s “rib-splittingly funny” (Wall Street Journal), “wickedly entertaining” (Variety), and Tony-nominated one-man show turned Showtime special. Now, one of the New York theater world’s favorite married couples comes together on stage in the intimate confines of the Appel Room for a delicious evening of stories, songs, and laughs.
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Cantone, Jerry Dixon, Malcolm Gets
As Steven, a failed Broadway chorus boy turned stay-at-home dad, celebrates yet another birthday, he finds himself filled with fear and uncertainty. Is Stephen, his partner of 14 years, cheating on him? Why is one of his best friends dying of cancer? And what, exactly, has he done with his life? A sad and funny portrait of a group of longtime, theater-loving friends as they navigate the many facets of midlife and mortality, Mark Gerrard’s Steve is a biting and bittersweet comedy about relationships and the unavoidable consequences of aging and the passage of time.