February 4, 2005: One of the great mortifications of middle age is being forced to admit the truth in those extra-mossy clichés that you mock when you are young and arrogant. The past always catches up with you; blood is thicker than water; be careful what you wish for. These are among the stale-but-true bromides that are reluctantly acknowledged and ultimately embraced by the title character in "Brooklyn Boy," the sincere but doggedly unsurprising new play by Donald Margulies that opened last night at the Biltmore Theater.READ THE REVIEW
Brooklyn Boy BROADWAY REVIEWS
- Opening Night:
- February 3, 2005
- March 27, 2005
Theater: Biltmore Theatre / 261 West 47th Street, New York, NY, 10036Synopsis:BUY TICKETS BUY GROUP TICKETS
Donald Margulies, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Dinner with Friends, and MTC’s hit production of Sight Unseen, returns with a world premiere production. Brooklyn Boy is about a writer who has finally hit the big time after years of hard work with a best-selling novel primed for a Hollywood adaptation. But has success changed him? And does where we’re from affect who we become? Adam Arkin stars in this production, directed by Daniel Sullivan.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Brooklyn Boy