Impressionism Play

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Gerald Schoenfeld Theater

236 W. 45th Street

Two hours - including one 15-minute intermission

March 24, 2009 (Limited engagement: July 5th, 2009)

Broadway Play (Drama)

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Tony Award winners Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen are returning to Broadway after a twenty year absence in the world premiere of Impressionism at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. The new drama is currently in previews and is scheduled to open on March 12, 2009. It is a modern day love story between two people who never counted on finding one another.

Impressionism paints an intimate portrait of human nature and the unexpected things we sometimes find that we can’t live without. The story takes place in Manhattan and deals with a world-traveling photojournalist and a New York gallery owner who somehow find each other during turbulent times in both of their lives. As they take on the daunting task of picking up the pieces of their broken lives they begin to realize that they may not have to do it alone. Will they be able to find love again?

The production was written by playwright Michael Jacobs (Cheaters) and is being directed by three time Tony Award winner Jack O’Brien (Coast of Utopia, Hairspray). In the role of Thomas Buckle is multiple award winner and inspiring actor Irons. In 1984 he won a Tony for his role in The Real Thing and has also received Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for various works. He has an impressive and lengthy stage and film career and in 1991 he won the Academy Award for his portrayal of Claus Von Bulow in the film Reversal of Fortune. In the role of Katherine Keenan is Joan Allen who received a Tony Award for her work in the 1988 production of Burn This. She is no stranger to the stage having been an early member of the Chicago Steppenwolf Company where she performed in multiple productions with the company. She has starred in such films as Face/Off, The Notebook, Searching for Bobby Fischer and Nixon. In addition to these very talented and seasoned actors the cast also includes the versatile film, television and stage actress Marsha Mason, award-winning actor and director Andre DeShields and Broadway actor Aaron Lazar.

This inspirational drama will leave you feeling moved beyond words. It is a great opportunity to witness an amazing ensemble in a story that must be told. Don’t miss your chance to experience this show as it is on an eighteen week limited engagement and is scheduled to close on July 5, 2009.

Impressionism Play Tickets Information

Impressionism Play Tickets are selling at the box office for between $66.50 - $116.50. Premium seats and sold out shows are running between $88.00 and $431.00. To view a great online selection of Impressionism Play Tickets click the link.

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3PM

Tue through Sat 8pm


Take the A, C, E trains to 42nd Street; 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, N, Q, R, S trains to Times Square at 42nd Street.


Joan Allen
Jeremy Irons
Marsha Mason
André De Shields
Michael T. Weiss
Aaron Lazar
Margarita Levieva


Direction - Jack O'Brien
Written by - Michael Jacobs

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