The Lyons, Nicky Silver’s dysfunctional-family comedy starring Tony Award winners Linda Lavin and Dick Latessa, will close July 1 at Broadway’s Cort Theatre, the producers announced June 14.
Mr. Hofheimer assumes the role of Curtis Lyons, joining the cast of THE LYONS which stars 2012 Best Actress Tony nominee Linda Lavin, Dick Latessa, Kate Jennings Grant, Brenda Pressley and Gregory Wooddell. Mr. Hofheimer takes over the role of Curtis from Michael Esper.
Speaking of glam, Linda Lavin shows us how it’s done in a sparkling Randi Rahm gown.
Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford recently visited Linda Lavin, who is nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her role as Rita Lyons in Nicky Silver’s new Broadway comedy, THE LYONS.
At the 78th annual Drama League Awards, Broadway.com caught up with Tony-nominated headliners and asked them to share their secret weapons for looking and feeling fabulous all season long.
Charlie Hofheimer, who is best known as Abe Drexler, the boyfriend of Elizabeth Moss’ character Peggy Olson on AMC-TV’s “Mad Men,” will join the cast of Nicky Silver’s acclaimed new comedy The Lyons beginning June 12 at the Cort Theatre.
Two iconic women in media, gossip maven Cindy Adams and TV journalist Barbara Walters, dropped by the Cort Theatre to check out Linda Lavin’s Tony-nominated performance in Nicky Silver’s hilarious new comedy The Lyons.
Esper is winning critical acclaim for his performance as Curtis, the bewildered gay son at the eye of a familial hurricane, in Nicky Silver’s show, ‘The Lyons.’
4000 Miles, Gabriel Ebert, Mary Louise Wilson, Linda Lavin, Santino Fontana and More Are Obie Winners
The 57th Annual Obie Awards, honoring the best of Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway, were given out at a ceremony May 21 at Webster Hall in Greenwich Village.
Nicky Silver’s side-splitting comedy The Lyons stars 2012 Tony nominee Linda Lavin and Tony winner Dick Latessa as Rita and Ben Lyons, the unconventional and emotionally abusive parents of Curtis (Michael Esper) and Lisa (Kate Jennings Grant) Lyons.
“The Lyons” (Cort Theatre) Rita Lyons wreaks havoc with her kids.
Playbill.com’s series features brief chats with actors commenting on their recent theatre-going experiences, what productions they are looking forward to and more. Here, via e-mail, we hear from actress Kate Jennings Grant, who is currently starring in the critically acclaimed Broadway comedy The Lyons at the Cort Theatre.
Americans expect politicians to be scripted on that great unbounded stage that is public life. (The dangers of not being so have been confirmed in recent months by Mitt Romney’s occasional moments of spontaneity.) But wouldn’t life be more entertaining – not to mention more euphonious – if someone like Gore Vidal were writing their dialogue?
“It feels like there’s a garden growing in my chest. I absolutely feel like I’m blooming with surprise and delight and joy at the dream-come-trueness of it…”
Wilmington-based actress Linda Lavin received a Tony Award nomination on Tuesday for playing the role of a wise-cracking soon-to-be widow in Broadway play “The Lyons.”
On Monday night, my play “The Lyons” opened at the Cort Theater on Broadway. Now, I’ve been writing plays for almost 30 years and been getting them produced Off-Broadway for 19. So, I guess I can’t be shocked that people keep asking me how it feels to be on Broadway “after all this time.”
Hip stage star Michael Esper, who is currently giving an acclaimed performance as Linda Lavin and Dick Latessa’s troubled son, Curtis, in The Lyons, took time out to tell us about his obsessions.
Broadway embraced its newest dysfunctional family, The Lyons, on April 23, when Nicky Silver’s acclaimed play officially opened at the Cort Theatre.
The Lyons received 3 Outer Critics Circle Nominations: Outstanding New Broadway Play, Linda Lavin for Outstanding Actress in a Play, Mark Brokaw for Outstanding Director of a Play, and Outstanding New Broadway Play
The Lyons, Nicky Silver’s darkly comic dysfunctional-family play starring Tony Award winners Linda Lavin and Dick Latessa, opens on Broadway April 23 following previews from April 5 at the Cort Theatre.
In the span of two weeks in March the homegrown actor wrapped the Off-Broadway play “Assistance,” shot an NBC pilot for a medical drama called “Do No Harm” and got back to work on “The Lyons,” which opens at the Cort Theatre on Broadway on April 23. Shape-shift much?
Billy Crystal and Neil Simon visit The Lyons on April 14, 2012.
The Lyons, Nicky Silver’s darkly comic dysfunctional-family play starring Tony Award winners Linda Lavin and Dick Latessa, begins its Broadway life April 5 at the Cort Theatre following its fall 2011 Off-Broadway premiere.
Think your family is dysfunctional? Meet the Lyons! As Ben Lyons (Dick Latessa) lies dying in the hospital, he is kept company by his nagging wife (Linda Lavin) and his estranged and troubled children (Michael Esper and Kate Jennings Grant), and that’s just the beginning.
They’ll soon bring a biting brand of family drama to Broadway, but the cast of The Lyons showed off their lighter sides when they chatted up the theater press on March 28.
Tickets are now available for the Broadway transfer of Nicky Silver’s The Lyons. Directed by Mark Brokaw, the play stars Tony winners Linda Lavin and Dick Latessa and features Michael Esper, Kate Jennings Grant, Brenda Pressley and Gregory Wooddell.
The Cort Theatre box office will open March 22 for the Broadway transfer of Nicky Silver’s biting family play The Lyons, starring Tony Award winners Linda Lavin and Dick Latessa.
Stars of stage and screen flocked to the Hudson Theater on March 12 to honor Linda Lavin at the Vineyard Theatre’s 2012 Benefit Gala.
The original Off-Broadway company of Nicky Silver’s dark comedy The Lyons will make the leap to Broadway, producers announced on March 1.