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Biltmore Theater

261 West 47th Street

2 hours 45 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

October 4, 2007

Broadway Play

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The Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC) presents an intriguing new play by Pulitzer Prize nominated author Theresa Rebeck. She is the acclaimed writer of such hits as Bad Dates and The Scene. This production of Mauritius marks her writing debut for Broadway. This riveting comedy opens at the Biltmore Theatre in October of 2007 and marks the first production of the 2007/2008 season in the MTC series. The production has an impressive cast that portrays the material superbly. Each twist and turn will have the audience on the edge of their seat!

After their mother’s death two half-sisters, Jackie and Mary, discover a book of rare and valuable stamps. But the question looms; who exactly owns them? Three high-stakes collectors want to get their hands on the precious collection, but which of them can be trusted with the sale? The tale evolves into a menacing plot with surprising and exciting occurrences that the audience never sees coming.

The prestigious cast and crew collectively bring many awards, nominations and honors to the stage. In the roles of the sisters are Tony award nominated actress Allison Pill as Jackie and Tony award winning actress Kate Finheran as Mary. Pill was nominated for her 2006 performance in The Lieutenant of Inishmore and was most recently seen in the MTC off-Broadway mounting of Blackbird. She is probably best known for her role as Ella in the movie Confessions of a Teenaged Drama Queen. Finneran received a Tony award for her role in the 2001 production of Noises Off. She was most recently seen in an off-Broadway production of Pig Farm in 2006. The cast also includes Academy Award winner F. Murrary Abraham and Emmy winner Bobby Cannavale. The show is directed by Tony award winner Doug Hughes.

Mauritius is a mysterious play that will draw you in from the very beginning. Its main theme deals with the issue of “Where do we chose to live? In the past or the present?” These two sisters must decide what they value more; a long-lasting relationship or a stamp collection. This limited engagement is scheduled to close on November 18, 2007, so don’t wait get your tickets today.

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Mauritius Tickets will probably cost around $60 dollars with premium seating reaching over $100 dollars. The best way to procure Mauritus tickets is to call the box office as early as possible once the tickets are released for sale. To view a great selection of Mauritius tickets click the link!

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm

Tues - Sat 8pm
Sun 7pm


Take the A, C ,E trains to 42nd Street & 8th Avenue.

Take the B, D, F, Q trains to 47-50 Streets & 6th Avenue.

Take the N, R, S, 1, 2, 3, 7, 9 trains to 42nd Street & Times Square.


F. Murray Abraham
Dylan Baker
Bobby Cannavale
Katie Finneran
Alison Pill


Direction - Doug Hughes
Scenic Design - John Lee Beatty
Costume Design - Catherine Zuber
Lighting Design - Paul Gallo
Original Music and Sound Design - Daid Van Tieghem
Written by - Theresa Rebeck

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