Upper West Side
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Oct 23 2012
This space, which opened in place of the former home of Forever Plaid and Forbidden Broadway, maintains the warmth and intimacy of the former cabaret theater after its renovation. Intimate music, burlesque and comedy acts such as Celebrity Autobiography still make their home here.
What's on at Stage 72
Big name talent, Comedy
- Critics' pick
Major comedic actors prick the bubble of celeb autobiographical puffery by performing droll, verbatim readings from stars' memoirs in Eugene Pack’s popular series. Guest performers on Mon 24 include Matthew Broderick, Debbie Harry, Michael Urie, Janeane...
Brad Zimmerman tells of his long journey to self-actualization in an autobiographical solo comedy about the perils of waiting for your dreams to come true.
Brenda Braxton, Jenny Douglas and Ty Stephens head the 12-person cast of this musical revue by Stephens and Adam Wade, inspired by the history of Atlantic City's Club Harlem.
Gay & lesbian, Revival, Musical comedy, Comedy, Musicals
Composer Marvin Laird and librettist-director Joel Paley bring back their campy cult musical, about a sociopathic child star and her ambivalent stage mother, for a limited run. Laird himself plays her overbearing agent, Sylvia St. Croix.