It’s hard to believe, but The Prisoner of Second Avenue is about to close. One more show; one last chance to see it; one final curtain call. You DON’T want to miss it! There’s still a few tickets left for the Sunday 2pm performance. Go now to our Shows and Ticketing page for details.
Tonight’s sold out audience laughed at (I mean with) the Edison family, commiserated with them, and secretly realized they had an ‘Edison’ in their family or amongst their friends. Now this could be good; it could be bad; it could…just be.
Hear more from our audience as our cast member, Astrid Hubble (Rebecca Rocereto), from Channel 6 News interviews during intermission.
“It’s just absolutely wonderful.”
“I really enjoy it. I really enjoyed when he was flipping out and throwing chairs over.”
“It’s funny. I heard the second part was even funnier.”
“It’s great, awesome. I think it’s really funny. I like the break-in and their reaction.”
“It’s really entertaining. A lot of drama. Just very intense. I loved the robbery and the water. How could you not love his reaction?”
It’s true folks. This is one great play and one amazing production. You’ve heard from our Director, our cast and crew, and now our audience. So come out and support one of the great things happening in Rochester.