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Man and Boy focuses on Gregor Antonescu, a corrupt financier in the 1930s whose musician son rebels against his greedy ways by becoming a socialist. This Roundabout Theatre Company revival marks the 100th anniversary of playwright Terence Rattigan's birth.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Nov. 27, 2011.

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Previews: Sep 9, 2011 • Opening: Oct 9, 2011 • Closing: Nov 27, 2011
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Todd Haimes Theatre Todd Haimes Theatre
227 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Hearing Assistance
Assisted listening devices available. Infrared headsets are free to check out at coatcheck with a photo ID.
Wheelchair Access
The Orchestra and Rear Mezzanine are accessible.
Elevators and Escalators
Elevators are available to all levels of the theater.
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What Is the Story of Man and Boy?
It is the mid-1930s and Gregor Antonescu, a world famous Romanian financier credited with rescuing Europe in the days after World War I, has made headlines again. Only this time, the ruthless Antonescu is facing a scandal that could cause him both personal and financial ruin. In order to escape the wolves at his door, he tracks down his estranged son at his Greenwich Village apartment and plays upon his deep-seated desire for a relationship with his father to get what he wants. Antonescu sets up a meeting at the apartment, in a last ditch effort to convince an influential American businessman, by whatever means necessary, to go through with a career-saving deal.


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"When Frank Langella plays good, he’s fine; but when he’s bad, he’s a wonder. "

The New York Times

Ben Brantley

"Langella, as usual, cuts a commanding figure, though the best thing about his star turn is found in his fine-tuned unspoken touches. "

New York Daily News

Joe Dziemianowicz

"Langella is riveting -- and a lot of fun to watch -- as a far more timely and despicable villain: a global financier without a conscience."


Linda Winer

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Gregor Antonescu
Basil Anthony
Countess Antonescu
Zach Grenier
Mark Herries
David Beeston
Virginia Kull
Carol Penn
Sven Johnson


Written by
Terence Rattigan
Maria Aitken
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