Tuesday, December 01, 2009

A Steady Rain Plays an Extra Show on Broadway Sunday December 6, 2009

Time is running out to get the chance to see Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig on the Broadway stage as their limited engagement in A Steady Rain comes to an end this Sunday December 6, 2009. In addition to the usual 3pm performance there will be a 7pm show added.

The 7pm show will be the final performance of A Steady Rain at the Schoenfeld Theater in New York City. Proceeds from this performance will go to benefit New Yorkers For Children and The NYCPBA Widows & Children's Fund.

A Steady Rain is a new play written by Keith Huff with direction by John Crowley. The show has been playing to near capacity audiences since September. A Steady Rain tells the story about a few harried days in the lives of two Chicago police detectives, lifelong friends until their differing view of events changed their lives permanently.

A Steady Rain is played by the actors on stage without much staging other than a few chairs and a light. Although you can consider the play monologue like, somehow Mr. Jackman and Mr. Craig manage to make this play exciting. Exciting so as I felt myself sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for the next development to occur.

On behalf of Broadway theater lovers everywhere, I would like to personally thank everyone associated with A Steady Rain for bringing this show to Broadway. Halfway through the 2009-2010 new Broadway season, A Steady Rain gave us something to cheer about.

Rich Gladstone
Applause Theater Service
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