The January Surprise? November Theater Tickets!

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Ethel Barrymore Theater

243 West 47th Street New York, NY 10036


January 17th 2008

Broadway Play (comedy)

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Add fun and laughter to the beginning of the New Year through the ‘November’ theater tickets. ‘November’, a 2007 play written by American playright David Mamet and directed by Tony award winning director Joe Manthello is a comedy which centers around President Charles Smith several days before his second election.

‘November’ has a spectacular cast who act as ‘live wires’ to this play:

• Nathan Lane-Tony award winner plays Charles Smith, The President
• Laurie Metcalf-Emmy award winner plays Clarice Bernstein, Smith’s aide
• Michael Nicholas plays Dwight Grackle
• Dylan Baker is Archer Brown, Smith’s advisor
• Ethan Phillips

Baker's Broadway credits include playing 'Prince Conty' in 'La Bête' (1991) for which he was nominated for a Tony Award for the Best Featured Actor in a Play.

Nathan Lane was last seen on Broadway in Simon Gray’s dark comedy 'Butley' (2006 revival). Lane is the winner of two Tony Awards for his performances in 'The Producers' (2001) and 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum' (1996 revival).

Laurie Metcalf plays Clarice Bernstein, aide to President Smith. This will be Metcalf's second Broadway appearance. She made her Broadway debut in 'My Thing of Love' (1995). Metcalf is best known for her performance as Jackie Harris in TV's 'Roseanne', for which she won three Emmy Awards; she was most recently nominated for an Emmy for her guest appearances as Carolyn Bigsby in TV's 'Desperate Housewives'.

The creative team includes Scott Pask (sets), Laura Bauer (costumes), and Paul Gallo (lighting).

Why Should You Catch Hold of November Theater Tickets?

The political comedy premier’s just days before the major presidential election and thereby attracts the audience to buy the ‘November’ theater tickets. By laying emphasis on the five characters, it focuses on the adventures and the mishaps of a day in a life of a fictitious president Charles Smith as he tries to navigate his way through the White House. According to the synopsis provided by the producers, the play involves civil marriages, gambling casinos, lesbians, American Indians, presidential libraries, questionable pardons and campaign contributions. Charles Smith is about to get voted out of office. He has got one week in office and is about to lose the election as his approval rating is in single digits.

Mastermind behind ‘November’

David Mamet born on 30th November 1947 in Flossmoor IIIinois is an American author, playwright, screenwriter and film director. He has written many critically acclaimed screenplays including; ‘The Postman always rings twice’, ‘The Untouchables’, ‘House of games’, ‘Wag the Dog’ etc. He was awarded the ‘Pulitzer Prize’ in 1984 for Glengarry Glen Ross. “November” would be Mr. Mamet’s sixth play to open on Broadway but the first to have its world premiere there. ‘November’ will be Mamet's second political play, his first, Wag the Dog, was about a president who seeks to start an illegal war in order to distract the public from a sex scandal he has become embroiled in.

Bookings are On For Novemner Theater Tickets!

The November theater tickets are being sold from November 17th 2007 and the show is scheduled to premiere on Broadway at the Barrymore Theater on January 17th 2008. Do your online bookings today to get the best seats and enjoy this hilarious play! To view a great online source for November Theater tickets click the link!

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