Valentine’s Day is for Fickle Mistresses

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Caricature of Adah Isaacs Menken from during her Paris engagement. “Dada” which we all know means “nonsense”, also means “hobby horse” (which is how it came to mean “nonsense”.) Long story short — this is a dirty joke. Learn the full extent of that joke at Horseplay – -bring your valentine!

Now tell me true — would you rather start performances of your intricate, ambitious new spectacle on Friday the 13th, or would you prefer to do so on a day of candy, hearts and flowers, the annual international celebration of LOVE? I thought so! Thus, we feel a slight adjustment to our schedule becomes fortuitous.

First day of previews for Horseplay is now tomorrow, Valentine’s Day:  A PERFECT VALENTINE’S DATE!

Furthermore, check out of this amazing advance press, for which we thank our lucky stars.

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* This terrific NY Times feature on star Molly Pope (and Horseplay) officially hits the stands Sunday, but an online version is already available. Read it here. 

* This equally great piece in L Magazine. Read that here: http://www.thelmagazine.com/2015/02/neo-trouper-interview-molly-pope/

* Here’s Chelsea Now’s ticket giveaway contest: http://chelseanow.com/2015/02/win-horseplay-or-the-fickle-mistress/

* And we also got a listing in Time Out New York which is no longer the slam dunk it used to be, now that the mag’s grown thinner — it’s an honor not to be taken lightly:

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How and where to get your tickets: http://lamama.org/horseplay/

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