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Honor Bound - Off-Broadway

A new drama, set against the bonds of baseball.

Stepping Up to the Plate: New Drama Honor Bound to Play Off-Broadway

Stepping Up to the Plate: New Drama Honor Bound to Play Off-Broadway
'Honor Bound'
'Honor Bound' begins performances on April 18.

A new drama is on deck, ready to step up to the off-Broadway plate. Albert J. Repicci’s Honor Bound will begin performances on April 18 at St. Luke’s Theatre. Directed by Josh Iacovelli, the production will officially open May 14 with a cast including Boardwalk Empire star Anthony Laciura.

In Honor Bound, an ambitious young reporter tries to uncover secrets about a respected, retired doctor but instead discovers long buried conflicts between two old friends. Set against the bonds of baseball, curveballs are thrown and memories recaptured. The play moves back and forth between 1968 and 1992.

Along with Lacuira, who plays Irwin, the show will feature Ross DeGraw as Jack, Christine Marie Heath as his wife Kay, Justin R.G. Holcomb as Peter and Nicole M. Carroll as Lisa. The production will have set and lighting design by Joseph Iacovelli, costumes by Jennie West and sound by Paul Bourgeois.
 

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