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October 15, 2010

Perfect Harmony, Suddenly Homeless, Will Reopen

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After losing its original Off-Broadway home due to a landlord dispute, Perfect Harmony, the play about a high school a cappella group on the tenuous road to "Nationals" competition, will make music at the Acorn Theatre beginning Oct. 21.

Following a pre-New York run at the Stoneham Theatre in Massachusetts, Perfect Harmony began Off-Broadway previews Oct. 8 in anticipation of an Oct. 17 opening at 45 Bleecker.

On Oct. 13 Perfect Harmony found itself without a home when the landlord suddenly closed the venue in a dispute with the theatre owner. The play was one of several which left producers scrambling to find alternate venues. One 45 Bleecker tenant, The Deep Throat Sex Scandal, shuttered due to the lock-out.

Perfect Harmony will now resume previews Oct. 21 and officially open Oct. 27 at the Acorn Theatre on Theatre Row with its original cast and creative team. Andrew Grosso and The Essentials co-wrote the play. Grosso also directs. Read more.

Posted by acapnews at October 15, 2010 9:37 PM

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