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'The House of Blue Leaves' opens at TAP

3:11 PM, Aug. 20, 2013
With his mistress, Bunny (played by Debra Babich), at his side, Artie (Bob Boles) builds up the courage to call a movie director for a hopeful musical part in a scene from Stage Door Theatre Comapny's 'The House of Blue Leaves,' opening Aug. 21 at Third Avenue Playhouse.
With his mistress, Bunny (played by Debra Babich), at his side, Artie (Bob Boles) builds up the courage to call a movie director for a hopeful musical part in a scene from Stage Door Theatre Comapny's 'The House of Blue Leaves,' opening Aug. 21 at Third Avenue Playhouse.
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The Stage Door Theatre Company at Third Avenue Playhouse brings its biggest cast to date to the stage of its 84-seat, backroom Studio Theatre for a three-week run of the John Guare play "The House of Blue Leaves."

This story of a zookeeper who dreams of being a successful songwriter has been staged worldwide since its New York premiere in 1971. It has had two Broadway revivals, most recently in 2011 with Ben Stiller and Edie Falco in the lead roles. Set in Queens, N.Y. in October of 1965 on the day of the pope's visit to New York, the play combines slapstick farce with pathos to create a uniquely ...

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