Monday, October 23, 2006

The Big Voice Coming To New York At Last!

Well, we've been promising it. We've been talking about. And now it's here.

The Big Voice: God or Merman? will be arriving in New York in mid-November for a Nov. 30th opening. Yes, fans, at last, the off-Broadway production will open.

And one of the best parts of this is that it will open in a brand new off-Broadway house called The Actor's Temple. How appropriate is that for a show about God and Ethel Merman?

Actually, the Actor's Temple is a Jewish synagogue which is doing what many other houses of worship have done in New York: Make a theatre! And why not. Religion! Show business! Same thing!

I'll have ticket information up soon.

By the way, isn't it fabulous that the first show to open in a Jewish Temple is a musical about a gay marriage between a Catholic and a Baptist?

I thought so, too.

TICKETS: Tickets on sale at
by phone in the NY metro area at 212-239-6200
by phone outside the NY metro area at 800-432-7250


Peterson Toscano said...

sweet!!! I can't wait!

Anonymous said...

woo hoo! playing big east coast city! that's about a 9.7 on the impress-o-meter...

Steve Schalchlin said...

We're psyched!

Jackie said...

Well, that is wonderful! You guys just go and knock thier NYC socks off!

Anonymous said...

Ooohh, goodie!!! I'm gonna drag (you should pardon the expression) along a bunch of my friends, too.

Anonymous said...

Saw the show last night in NYC. Was an amazing story and performance. I can't say when the last time I laughed and was emotionally moved in such extremes in the course of 2 hours. Congratulations