By Dan McCormick
Directed by Joseph Discher
With Robert LuPone, Peter Bradbury, and Kevin Isola
Broadway veteran Robert LuPone (A Chorus Line, OBC; True West; The Sopranos) stars in a humorous and heartbreaking world premiere drama directed by Joseph Discher (Butler).
What happens when a world-renowned musician leaves his beloved instrument in the back seat of a New York City cab?
When Bobby, Terry, and Gio—two hapless brothers and a world-weary tailor—find a 1710 Stradivarius violin worth four million dollars in the back of a New York City taxi, it looks like the opportunity to change their fortunes may have landed in their laps. A shot at their dreams, however will mean some quick decisions testing loyalty and family ties with irrevocable consequences.
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“Tension-filled and dramatic... all three actors are excellent and the scenes play out with rapid-fire dialogue.” - Theater is Easy Best Bet
“Magnificent performances... directed with a razor-sharp precision and gritty realism” - Theaterscene
“A cast of accomplished actors that completely master their roles” - Broadway World
“Joseph Discher’s direction is subtle and layered, giving McCormick‘s words the cadence that sinks into your soul.” - Times Square Chronicles
“A gripping piece of theater not to be missed” - Stagebuddy