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Dancing On Nails - Off-Broadway

A sweet and comic play about the kind of people we grew up around.

See the Unlikely May/December Relationship of Dancing on Nails Come Into Full Bloom

See the Unlikely May/December Relationship of Dancing on Nails Come Into Full Bloom
Peter Van Wagner & Jazmyn Richardson in 'Dancing on Nails'

Picture it: Greenwich Village, 1953; a lonely 52-year-old Jewish store owner Sam Heisler and his 23-year-old African American employee Natalie Washington have the kind of close relationship that raises more than just a few eyebrows. Such is the premise of Paul Manuel Kane’s new off-Broadway comedy Dancing on Nails. The play stars Boardwalk Empire’s Peter Van Wagner as Sam and Jazmyn Richardson as Natalie, and includes a supporting cast of Michael Lewis, Lori Wilner and Lauren Klein. Directed by Allen Lewis Rickman, Dancing on Nails officially opens July 24 at Theatre 80, but Broadway.com has your first look at the play. Check out Maria Levitskaya’s production photos below, and then make your way downtown to see it live.

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