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Two single New Yorkers, left alone in their studio apartments on a Saturday night, play out their secret romantic fantasies, never knowing that they're just a floor away from each other and the end of their lonely dreams.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Oct. 27, 2012.

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About Marry Me a Little on Broadway

Previews: Sep 11, 2012 • Opening: Oct 2, 2012 • Closing: Oct 27, 2012
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Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036


What Is the Story of Marry Me a Little?
Marry Me a Little is a story of two young New Yorkers who find themselves home alone in their studio apartments one Saturday night. With the exception of a distant piano player, these two lovelorn tenants are left to their own devices to entertain themselves and revisit their past heartbreaks. Both romantics sing of their love for love, yearning for a better half but never realizing that their soul mate could be just one floor away.


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"This enchanting 70-minute show flies by all too quickly, an experience to be treasured by those who can never get enough of Sondheim's beautiful melodies, deep human insight and diamond-sharp wit."

Associated Press

Jennifer Farrar

"Throughout the trim 70-minute production, it’s clear that these two are meant for each other... they both have a relaxed charm and look terrific in their underwear."

The New York Post

Elisabeth Vincentelli

"Performing alone and together, Tam and Molina, who also plays cello, are game and appealing."

New York Daily News

Joe Dziemianowicz

"As directed by Jonathan Silverstein, 'Marry Me a Little' proves to be charming and extremely delicate. A hipster-looking Jason Tam and geeky Lauren Molina provide well-sung performances that capture the insecurities and emotional longings of their characters."


Linda Winer

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Lauren Molina


Music by
Stephen Sondheim
Conceived by
Craig Lucas and Norman Rene
Jonathan Silverstein
Dan Knechtges
Set Designer
Steven Kemp
Costume Designer
Jennifer Paar
Lighting Designer
Josh Bradford
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