Domesticated has been described as an entertaining drama based on an inspiring topic, very well written and performed by talented actors. The show will soon be raising its curtains in Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center and a jam-packed attendance is being anticipated. The venue is home to all sorts of entertaining events including concerts and musicals. Since Domesticated is a new production, it will be the first time for the play to be staged in the venue. Domesticated tickets will give you an easy access to the show where you can experience a night of an interesting topic that will leave you with something to talk about on your way home.
Domesticated is directed by Anna D. Shapiro. The playwright Bruce Norris has won many prestigious awards, such as Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize for his play, Clybourne Park. This is not the first time that Norris and the play’s director are working together as the two have previously collaborated for Norris’ other venture. The production is the most recent Off-Broadway drama to brag Hollywood’s best in its performing cast. Jeff Goldblum is a TV, stage and film actor known for his performances in movies like Jurassic Park, The Fly and Law & Order: Criminal Intent among others.
He is starring opposite Laurie Metcalf in this gender, politics oriented show. The two actors play a married couple who are in tension as their marriage is being affected by a political scandal. The play is mainly centered on the two actors but there are appearances by some others actors as well, including Mia Barron, Vanessa Aspillaga, Robin De Jesus, Emily Meade, Mary Beth Peil, Lizbeth Mackay and Karen Pittman. Behind the scene team includes Todd Rosenthal as set designer, Jennifer von Mayrhauser as Costume designer and many others.
The play started its preview performances in October 2013, at the Mitzi E. This prescient, funny new play is a must watch as it covers a serious subject in a hilarious manner. With Domesticated tickets explore the endangered marriage of a dishonored politician and see how the play takes turns in each scene.