`I'm Not Rappaport' returns to the stage A star-studded...


January 24, 2002|By J. Wynn Rousuck

`I'm Not Rappaport' returns to the stage

A star-studded revival of I'm Not Rappaport, Herb Gardner's 1986 Tony Award-winning play about a pair of senior citizens sharing a bench in Central Park, opens tonight at Ford's Theatre in Washington.

Judd Hirsch re-creates his Tony-winning role as Nat, a cantankerous radical, and Ben Vereen plays mild-mannered Midge, an apartment superintendent. A co-production with Coconut Grove Playhouse in Florida and Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey, Rappaport reunites the show's original director, Dan Sullivan; set designer, Tony Walton; and lighting designer, Pat Collins.

Show times at Ford's, 511 Tenth St. N.W., Washington, are 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Sundays, with matinees at 2:30 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays, through Feb. 17. Tickets are $27-$43. Call 202-347-4833.

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