What Did Critics Think of Off-Broadway's At the Wedding, Starring Mary Wiseman? | Playbill

The Verdict What Did Critics Think of Off-Broadway's At the Wedding, Starring Mary Wiseman?

The queer comedy by Bryna Turner is running at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 under the direction of Jenna Worsham.

The reviews are in for the Off-Broadway premiere of Bryna Turner's At the Wedding. The comedy stars Mary Wiseman (An Octoroon, Star Trek: Discovery) as a heartbroken lesbian who crashes her ex's wedding. The production officially opened March 21 at Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3's Claire Tow Theater Off-Broadway, for a run through April 17. Preview performances for the new comedy began March 5.

The cast also includes Jorge Donoso, Rebecca S’manga Frank, Keren Lugo, Carolyn McCormick, Will Rogers, and Han Van Sciver.

READ: Bryna Turner and Jenna Worsham Talk Queer Comedy and the Radical Act of Telling Every Day Stories

Read the reviews below. 

Cititour.com (Brian Scott Lipton)

New York Stage Review (Steven Suskin)

New York Theatre Guide (Gillian Russo)

The New York Times (Jesse Green)

Jenna Worsham directs the production, with scenic design by Maruti Evans, costumes by Oana Botez, lighting by Oona Curley, and original music and sound design by Fan Zhang. Katie Kennedy is the stage manager.

Led by Artistic Director Evan Cabnet—under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director André Bishop—LCT3 is committed to producing the work of new playwrights, directors, and designers and appealing to new audiences.

Check out new photos of the World Premiere of Bryna Turner's At the Wedding


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