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New York gets “High,” on Broadway

“High,”

Written by Matthew Lombardo and directed by Rob Ruggiero

Starring: Kathleen Turner

By the time New Yorkers get “High,” on Broadway the play will have gone through evolutions pushed by six months of audience reviews and director revisions.  The final product should be a direct hit among smoking critics missing character depth in their theatric consumption.

Kathleen Turner’s Tony nomination for her 2005 Broadway appearance in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” promises “High,” expectations.  In her interview with The New York Times Kathleen Turner was quoted as suggesting Kathleen’s character,

“makes me think of how much we operate every single day on faith and belief,”  even outside of connections to organized religion.

Kathleen has true faith in a clear connection with her character (Sister Jamison Connelly).

Connelly is described by Turner as “a foul-mouthed alcoholic nun.”

Kathleen’s life experience tailoring authentic delivery will make the Manhattan Premiere a must see.  Stephen Kunken and Evan Jonigkeit will also be “High,” acting talents  joining Ms. Turner on stage in early spring.

“High,” previews in Manhattan begin March 25th with an opening scheduled for April 19th at the Booth Theater.

New York City International Performing Arts Reporters will be covering the premiere.

If you would like an interview, are a public figure, government official or VIP and need special seating assistance please contactNewYorkCityInternational.com.

Enjoy the show!