The author of A Thousand Clowns brings us another set of the particular creatures that are New Yorkers. I’m Not Rappaport takes place under a bridge in Central Park, where two octogenarians – one white, one black – meet regularly, determined to fight off all attempts to put them out to pasture. Nat is a cantankerous Communist whose daughter is urging him into the old folks’ home. Midge, an apartment superintendent spends his days in the park hiding in the past, and hiding from his disgruntled tenants.
"Rambunctiously funny." - New York Post
"A warm and entertaining evening." - WWD
NOTE: The February 10th performance has a dessert option. Buy the web ticket "Dessert - Theatre" or use your FLEX + $10 (call box office)