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Reasons to Be Happy
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Reasons to Be Happy

Jun 11, 2013 - Jun 29, 2013
Running time: 1:45
PLAYING @
Lucille Lortel Theatre
121 Christopher St
New York, NY 10012
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Bus: M3, M5, M10
By Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, V to West 4 St
1 to Christopher St / Sheridan Square
Show Description:

Cast

Jenna Fischer, Leslie Bibb, Josh Hamilton, Fred Weller

Director

Neil LaBute

Written By

Neil LaBute

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ADDITIONAL INFO

Listed at TKTS: Never
Age Guidance: 16

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Wheelchair seating available.
Seating
Seats 299-varies
Elevator\Escalator
Elevator: None. Stair lift over steps to 2nd floor. Box office has key.
Passenger Loading Zone
Front. Curb 6".
Parking
Apple West at 332 West 11th St.
Entrance
Ramp entrance to the first floor of the theatre is accessible for wheelchairs and motorized chairs. Patrons must see the House Manager for access.
Box Office
Lobby. Counter 44".
Restroom
Unisex: The theatre provides a special-access restroom on the first floor for patrons with handicaps or disabilities. Patrons must see the House Manager for access.
Water Fountain
A water fountain is located on the Mezzanine level.
Telephone
None
Infrared Listening System
The theatre is equipped with the Infrared Listening System designed by Sennheiser and used in most Broadway and Off-Broadway theatres. Listening devices are provided at no charge. Identification (driver's license, major credit card, passport, etc.) is required as a deposit.

REVIEWS

Mr. LaBute is more relaxed as a playwright than he’s ever been. He is clearly having a good time revisiting old friends. And, with Mr. LaBute directing a dynamite cast rounded out by Fred Weller and Leslie Bibb, you’re likely to feel the same way.Yep, a man best known as a snarling misanthrope has come up with what may be the most winning romantic comedy of the summer.

-Ben Brantley, The New York Times CONTINUE READING
These working-class characters are in fine, foul-mouthed voice, thanks to the scribe’s astonishing command of the sharp side of the mother tongue.

-Marilyn Stasio, Variety CONTINUE READING

ARTICLES

Weeping So Hard People Stare

Jun 10, 2013

Fred Weller breaks down in "Reasons to Be Happy"