Psychological Thriller Job Extends Off-Broadway | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Psychological Thriller Job Extends Off-Broadway

Sydney Lemmon and Peter Friedman again star in Max Wolf Friedlich's play.

Sydney Lemmon and Peter Friedman Emilio Madrid

Max Wolf Friedlich's JOB has extended Off-Broadway through March 23.

Tony nominee Peter Friedman (Ragtime, Succession) and Sydney Lemmon (TÁR, Helstrom) reprise their roles at the Connelly Theater, where the production began performances January 19. The production previously premiered at the SoHo Playhouse in September 2023.

Directed by Michael Herwitz (Mr. Parker), the psychological thriller 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 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. ShowTown Theatricals provides general management.

JOB is produced by Hannah Getts and Alex Levy. Co-producers include Craig Balsam, Cason Crane and Fran McGill, Duncan and Chauviere, James Alefantis, Danielle Perelman, and Russell Kahn.


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