London Assurance

London Assurance

Irish Repertory Theatre continues its 2019-2020 Off-Broadway season on the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage with a revival of London Assurance, written by Dion Boucicault and directed by Charlotte Moore.

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Running time: 
2hrs 20mins (including 1 intermission)
Categories: 
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About London Assurance:

In London Assurance, a high-spirited farce, the vain and lustful Sir Harcourt Courtley travels to Oak Hall to meet his bride-to-be, the charming young Grace Harkaway, whose hand comes with £15,000 a year. But when the beautiful and vibrant Lady Gay Spanker joins the party, Sir Harcourt becomes too enamored with her to notice that Grace is falling in love with his young son Charles, who has arrived in disguise, pursued by his creditors! A parade of eccentric characters and merry mishaps ensue in this classic comedy of manners.

By:
Dion Boucicault
Producer:
Irish Repertory Theatre
Director:
Charlotte Moore
Lighting:
Michael Gottlieb
Sound:
M. Florian Staab
Design:
James Noone
Costume:
Sara Jean Tosetti
Cast list:
Craig Wesley Divino (as Dazzle), Meg Hennessy (as Pert), Ian Holcomb (as Young Charles Courtly), Elliot Joseph (as Cool), Brian Keane (as Max Harkaway), Colin McPhillamy (as Sir Harcourt Courtly), Rachel Pickup (as Lady Gay Spanker), Caroline Strang (as Grace Harkaway), Evan Zes (as Mark Meddle), and Robert Zukerman (as Adolphus Spanker)
Other info:
Original music by Ryan Rumery and Props by Sven Henry Nelson
London Assurance Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
December 6, 2019
Opening date: 
December 15, 2019
Closes: 
February 9, 2020
MatineeEvening
Monday--
Tuesday--
Wednesday3pm8pm
Thursday-7pm
Friday-8pm
Saturday3pm8pm
Sunday3pm-

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

Irish Repertory Theatre

Address:
132 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011
Nearest subway station:
23rd Street stations

Our London Assurance Review

For a short period of time a canny observer will find a time traveller’s portal on the south side of West 22nd Street. The price of a ticket for the Irish Rep’s London Assurance puts you smack in the middle of the nineteenth century. Revivals of nineteenth-century comedies probably struggle for an audience. If you read “farce” and walk in to London Assurance looking for The Play That Goes Wrong... Read more