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White's Lies

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White's Lies on Broadway: Show Times and Tickets
A new comedy about a playboy who tries to fulfill his terminally-ill mother's dying wish for a grandchild.

The Off-Broadway production of White's Lies closed June 13, 2010. For current Off-Broadway show listings and tickets, please click here.

From the theatre:

Joe White’s got it all. He’s handsome, he’s charming, he’s got a great career and a killer smile that manages to land him a different girl every night. But all that changes when his mother drops a bombshell on him: she’s got cancer and her dying wish is to have a grandchild. With his bachelorhood threatened, Joe is faced with a choice. He could give up his womanizing ways and find a nice girl to settle down and have kids with... OR... he could convince his bitter, angry ex-girlfriend from college – who just happens to have a daughter in her early twenties – to pretend that her daughter is his daughter. As their tangled web of lies unravels, Joe and company find themselves on a hilarious journey full of unexpected twists and turns that will have you looking at cancer and commitment in a whole new way!

What's New World Stages? New World Stages is a converted complex of movie theaters in midtown, about a block west of the Broadway theater district. Very well-apportioned, with excellent intermission bars and very comfortable seats, it is a rental house, meaning that outside producers pay the theater a certain amount to bring their shows in, resulting in wildly varying fare, but the high rental cost tends to keep the sketchiest of the riff-raff at bay.

White's Lies - Off Broadway Play

New World Stages  (information)   (seating chart)
address: 340 West 50th New York, NY 10019 (map)  (parking) (parking coupon)
running time: 1 hrs 45 mins
ticket prices: $60.00 - $75.00
link to official show site: official website

what the critics said: 2.2 out of 5.0   (click for review excerpts)

stars: Peter Scolari
author: Ben Andron
director: Bob Cline

weekly schedule: 
Monday   8:00 PM
Tuesday   Dark
Wednesday   8:00 PM
Thursday   8:00 PM
Friday   8:00 PM
Saturday   2:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Sunday   3:00 PM & 7:30 PM

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