VENUS IN FUR is currently playing at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. The production will end its limited engagement at the Friedman on Sunday, December 18 and resume performances at the Lyceum Theatre on Tuesday, February 7. Tickets for the transfer of VENUS IN FUR went on sale yesterday and the production is a limited engagement through Sunday, June 17.
When it opened last month, VENUS IN FUR received universal rave reviews from critics. Charles Isherwood of the New York Times said "Nina Arianda is giving the first must see performance of the Broadway season," Adam Green of Vogue raved that "Hugh Dancy is smashing," and Scott Brown of New York Magazine called the two young actors, "flawless" and David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter said they have a chemistry that "sizzles."
Longtime collaborators David Ives and Walter Bobbie have been lauded for their work on the production with the Times saying, "David Ives' Venus in Fur, stylishly directed by Walter Bobbie, is a suspense-packed study of power that is as funny as any play currently on Broadway," Thom Geier of Entertainment Weekly called it "an electric new Broadway drama with a sexiness that is stunning to behold," and Mark Kennedy of the Associated Press said, "Walter Bobbie's direction is taut and dangerous"
VENUS IN FUR is produced at the Lyceum Theatre by Jon B. Platt, Scott Landis, Manhattan Theatre Club Productions, Inc. (Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director; Barry Grove Executive Producer), Jessica R. Jenen, Scott M. Delman, and Classic Stage Company.
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