"THE HUMAN COMEDY" EXTENDS OFF-BROADWAY RUN TO MAY 29
The Human Comedy extends it's Off-Broadway run through May 29. The show is playing at Astoria Performing Arts Center Theater and was originally scheduled to close May 21.
This coming-of-age tale focuses on young Homer Macauley, a telegram messenger who is exposed to the sorrows and joys experienced by his family and the residents of his small California town during World War II. Homer's mother Kate is struggling to support her children following the death of her husband, his older brother Marcus is in the Army, his teenaged sister Bess daydreams about romance, and his younger brother Ulysses divides his attention between the passing trains and an unrequited desire to know why his father had to die. An ode to "home," The Human Comedy is one of the most fun and moving musicals you've never heard of.
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