Morning’s at Seven BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • Opening Night:
    April 21, 2002
    Closing:
    July 28, 2002

    Theater: Lyceum Theatre / 149 West 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036

    Synopsis: 

    Paul Osborn’s Morning’s at Seven takes place in a small Midwestern town in 1939. The play is an affectionate portrait of a tight-knit family, all of whom have spent their lives together, and whose existence becomes unsettled when they begin to question how they’ll spend their remaining years. Daniel Sullivan (2001 Tony Award winner for Proof) directs.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Morning’s at Seven

    Wry Smiles At the Pitfalls Of Closeness

    Ben Brantley

    April 22, 2002: Comic charm, like power and new money, seldom announces itself quietly in New York. This is a city that likes its humor fast, flashy and overstated, and it's rare that a Broadway comedy seduces by stealth. Which may be why Paul Osborn's ''Morning's at Seven,'' which has been given a wonderful new revival at the Lyceum Theater, surprises Manhattan theatergoers every time it comes around.

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