Tuesday, January 01, 2008

The Homecoming-Get Amazing Tickets From Applause Today

Everyone knows that Broadway musicals are usually much more popular than straight plays and comedies when it comes to securing tickets in New York City. Maybe this is true but right now there is a great revival of a past Tony Award-winning play called The Homecoming that is a must see. The play was written by Harold Pinter and is playing at the Cort Theatre in New York. It is directed by Daniel Sullivan with Scenic Design by Eugene Lee, Lighting Design by Kenneth Posner and Costume Design by Jess Goldstein.

This exciting production of The Homecoming currently has 5 big time actors, Ian McShane as Max (currently the star of HBO's hit series Deadwood), Eve Best as Ruth (best known for her portrayal of Josie in A Moon For The Misbegooten), Raul Esparza as Lenny (nominated for a 2007 Tony Award for his role as Bobby in Company), James Frain as Teddy (most known for his roles on TV's 24 and The Tudor's as well as films Elizabeth and Where the Heart Is) and Michael McKeon as Sam (most recently seen on Broadway in Hairspray and The Pajama Game as well as being in the TV series Laverne and Shirley years ago).

Ben Brantley of The New York Times calls The Homecoming "a first-rate revival that makes it electrifyingly clear, The Homecoming is every bit as big as its reputation". If you want to see a play that is a really edgy and compelling that is a masterwork of lust and deception you may check out www.applause-tickets.com/homecoming.asp now and checkout a full description of the show.

If you want to call Applause Theatre Service in New York City, they are a local Broadway expert ticket source for finding amazing tickets to this new revival. Their phone number is 212-307-7050 in New York or you can use 1-800-451-9930 toll free if you like. Right now, seeing as how New York is kind of slow after the New Year's holiday, you should ask if there are any "insider ticket deals" for The Homecoming. Tell them Rich G. said to ask for a special price. They might be able to save you a bundle from the usual rates charged for this show.

Enjoy The Homecoming. You won't be sorry you got a chance to see this great piece of Broadway Theatre.

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