NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Friday, November 6, 2015, 6:07 PM
Peter Parnell’s “Woof” concerns the joys and jolts of having children, says Hickey, and “the existential ache … of letting go of the idea of yourself before you were a parent.”
Paul Portner’s “Shear Madness,” making its Off-Broadway debut 37 years after its premiere in upstate New York, is an interactive spoof murder mystery comedy.
“Ages ago,” says Jordan, “when we opened in Boston it was described as a giant sparkling game of Clue with Vidal Sassoon sitting in for Colonel Mustard.”
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