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Off-Broadway News Jason Gotay to Premiere Autobiographical Show at Minetta Lane Theatre

Audible Theater will also present the world premiere of Good Enemy at the Off-Broadway venue.

Broadway favorite Jason Gotay (Bring It On, Gossip Girl) will bring a new autobiographical show about the women who have impacted his life to Off-Broadway’s Minetta Lane Theatre via Audible Theatre. The limited run will begin September 30 and continue through October 2. Featuring musical theatre songs and pop music tracks alike, the performance will be recorded live for future release to global audiences as an Audible Original.

Also newly announced for the venue is the world premiere of Good Enemy by Yilong Liu and starring Francis Jue, beginning October 25 ahead of a November 6 opening night. Chay Yew directs the play about Howard, a father who closed the door on his past as a young man growing up in China, who surprises his college-age daughter after travelling cross-country and discovers the gap between them and what he must do to close it.

The production will continue through November 27, with additional casting to be announced in the coming weeks.

Yew’s creative team will feature set designer Junghyun Georgia Lee, costume designer Mel Ng, lighting designer Reza Behjat, sound designer Mikhail Fiksel, and production stage manager Merrick AB Williams. Fight and intimacy direction will be by UnkleDave’s Fight-House’s Dave Anzuelo with technical supervision by Hudson Theatrical Associates and general management by Baseline Theatrical's Andy Jones and Jonathan Whitton. Casting is by X Casting Victor Vazquez.

Audible’s Emerging Playwrights Fund has also announced its fourth cohort of playwrights will include Waleed Akhtar, Banna Desta, Tyler English-Beckwith, Oli Isaac, and Tara Moses.

For tickets and more information, visit Audible.com.

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