By Andrew Gans
18 Jul 2013
"A hilarious valentine to the Golden Age of the American theatre," Light Up the Sky, press notes state, is a "classic backstage comedy chronicling the agony (and the ecstasy) of bringing a play in trouble to Broadway." The play opened Nov. 18, 1948, at the Royale Theatre, where it played for 214 performances starring Barry Nelson, Sam Levene, Audrey Christie, Philip Ober, Bartlett Robinson, Virginia Field, Glenn Anders and Phyllis Povah.
Theatre at St. Clement’s is located at 423 West 46th Street (between Ninth and Tenth Ave.). General admission is $25, and reservations may be made by calling (212) 352-3101.
For more information visit www.ThePeccadillo.com.
Founded in 1994, The Peccadillo Theater Company is a not-for-profit arts organization "dedicated to the rediscovery of classic American theater, particularly those works which, despite their obvious literary and theatrical value, are not regularly revived."