The world premiere of Max Wolf Friedlich's JOB, which officially opened September 18 at the SoHo Playhouse, has extended its limited engagement for a second time. Tony nominee Peter Friedman (Ragtime, Succession) and Sydney Lemmon (TÁR, Helstrom) star.
Directed by Michael Herwitz (Mr. Parker), the psychological
began previews September 6 and was recently extended through October 15. The production has now announced a final extension through October 29. Tickets are on sale at Ovation Tix.
The play, marking Lemmon and Friedlich’s Off-Broadway debuts, follows
Jane (Lemmon), an employee at a big tech company who has been placed on
leave after becoming the subject of a viral video. She arrives in the
office of crisis therapist Loyd (Friedman) determined to be reinstated
to the job that gives her life meaning.
The production also features scenic design by Scott Penner, costume design by Michelle Li, lighting design by Mextly
Couzin, and sound design by Jessie Char and Maxwell Neely-Cohen. Hannah
Getts serves as dramaturg.
Rachel Zucker is the production stage manager, Chris Steckel is stage manager, and Christian Palomares is general manager.
JOB is produced by Hannah Getts (Campout Productions), Russell Kahn (The Great Filter), and Danielle Perelman in association with SoHo Playhouse.