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Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?-- closing performance at 4:30 on Nov. 18
Presented By Play Nice
Saturday, November 18th at 4:30pm EST
Online sale ends: 11/18/17 at 3:30pm EST
The Actors Theatre Workshop
145 West 28 St--third floor
NYC, NY 10001
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a goofy musical about birds and their eggs and some human beings competing to find the most unusual egg. The prize is a bag of gold. The melodies are from golden oldies you've probably known all your life, but with new words.  

Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road? does finally explain which came first: the chicken or the egg, but the chicken at a crossroads is just one of the fine-feathered friends in the story.  There's a goose that lays a golden egg, a robin who takes care of other birds' eggs, a sarcastic parrot, and a small chickadee who thinks the sky is falling, but ---spoiler alert---it isn't.  Along the way, we meet a series of quirky characters who learn something about life, liberty, and the pursuit of eggs, and especially the true meaning of "home."  The message isn't heavy-handed, but, through comedy and songs, the points are made with an "over-easy" touch.  

OUR CAST (ages 6-83):     Alex Bello, Kea Chan, Victor Griffith, Mary Israel, Tori Israel, Sofia Lopez, Maryann Lopinto, Barbara Malley, Claire Melchert, Denzel Ostane, Ruby Quarles, Mira Singer,  Stefania Verbitsky, Alexi Zadanosky, rotating guest actors as the talking egg, and some very nice puppets.  

Musical Director: Albert Cardone

Writer/Director: Rob Lester

Press and Public Relations: Betsyann Faiella, Savoy P.R.

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4:30pm to 6:15pm
Doors open at 4:15pm

General Admission: $18.99

All Ages

The Actors Theatre Workshop<br> 145 West 28 St--third floor<br> NYC, 10001

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