Read Reviews for the New York Premiere of The Gentleman Caller

The Verdict   Read Reviews for the New York Premiere of The Gentleman Caller
 
See what critics think of the new play from Charm playwright Philip Dawkins, now playing at the Cherry Lane Theatre.
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Daniel K. Isaac and Juan Francisco Villa Maria Baranova

Abingdon Theatre Company currently presents the New York premiere of The Gentleman Caller by playwright Philip Dawkins.

Set in 1944, the new play imagines a seductive meeting between legendary playwrights William Inge and Tennessee Williams before their fame (the play's title is a nod to a character in Williams’ well-known play The Glass Menagerie).

Daniel K. Isaac stars as Inge with Juan Francisco Villa as Williams. Directed by Artistic Director Tony Speciale, the limited engagement is currently playing the Cherry Lane Theatre through May 26. Performances began May 5.

Read reviews for The Gentleman Caller below:

The New York Times (Laura Collins-Hughes)

Towleroad (Naveen Kumar)

Playbill will continue to update with reviews.

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