This news deserves its own post: Speed The Plow Recoups!

Score one in the win column . . .

As you can expect, this one feels even sweeter than other shows of mine that have recouped, because of what we have been through lately (and if you don’t know what I’m talking about then come out of the cave, the weather is fine).
All of us on the Producing team owe an incredible debt of gratitude to Neil Pepe and everyone on the Speed team who seamlessly transitioned us from our departed “star” to our understudy (Jordan Lage) to Norbert to Bill, while maintaining the production’s quality and even increasing it.
And a big thank you to the audiences that keep coming to see great actors in a great play.  3 weeks left!
Comments
  • Merez says:

    The case of Piven, the “Plow and the poison fish!
    I cover this in today’s NY Theatre Examiner article ,here.

  • Kendra says:

    Congratulations!
    I saw the show again last night (saw it originally VERY early in previews) because I wanted to catch William H. Macy in the role. It was wonderful to see how Elizabeth and Raul had really grown into their roles and a treat to finally see Macy onstage.

  • Danielle says:

    Congratulations on recouping!

  • Miriam says:

    Congrats! A fantastic cast in a fantastic production. And my dreams of seeing Macy do Mamet live have finally come true. Thank you.

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