In 1962, the reverend of St. Clement’s Episcopal Church entered into a rather unusual union of theater and religion that still holds tight today. Modeled after the guild chapels of 16th-century England, this 151-seat Off-Broadway house—which has been home to world premieres like Mamet’s American Buffalo, and companies like the New Group and Red Bull Theatre—still holds regular religious services. On Sundays, an altar is placed on the set of whatever production is currently running, and worship is conducted.
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423 W 46th St
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|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority|
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In Marshall Goldberg's family comedy, set in 1982, a gay man tries to get his nagging Jewish parents off his back by hiring a kid to pretend to be his son. David Goldyn directs.Comedy Thursday September 29 2016 - Sunday November 6 2016Read more