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Harry Townsend's Last Stand Tickets

New York City Center Stage 2

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Tickets just $49

Valid for performances now - April 5, 2020

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Regularly $89   •   Expires March 15th, 2020

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Restrictions: $2.50 facility fee added at checkout. Tickets regularly $89. Offer valid on select performances through 2/9/2020. Blackout dates may apply. All sales are final - no refunds or exchanges. Offer subject to availability and prior sale. Not valid in combination with any other offers. Normal service charges apply. Performance schedule subject to change.

Regularly-Priced Tickets

Regularly $89

About Harry Townsend's Last Stand - Off Broadway

Show Info

Nov 18, 2019
Dec 4, 2019
Apr 5, 2020

Harry Townsend's Last Stand Reviews

FINE-TUNED PERFORMANCES. Comedy packed with jokes offering nuggets of wisdom.
The New York Times
INSTANTLY RELATABLE, HEARTFELT, FUNNY. Craig Bierko is Burns to Len Cariou’s Allen.
SHARP, ENJOYABLE PERFORMANCES. Director Karen Carpenter's energetic production crackles making for a very enjoyable stay!
Broadway World


Starring Three time Tony® Award Nominee and Tony® Award winner, Len Cariou (Sweeney Todd; A Little Night Music, Applause, Blue Bloods) and Craig Bierko (Tony® Award and Drama Desk Award nominee, The Music Man, The Long Kiss Goodnight, UnREAL, Blue Bloods)

A comedy with heart that centers around 85-year-old Harry Townsend, a widower, living alone in the Lakeside home he built in Vermont. While he still possesses a sharp mind and a dry wit, he is getting up there in age. Beside his daughter, Sarah, the one happiness in his life is his son, Alan, who is finally coming home after an 18-month absence. Yet Alan’s return is accompanied by an agenda that puts the aging father and his concerned son at odds. Harry Townsend’s Last Stand tells a story of complex family dynamics, passion, humor and the shorthand of communication that we have with our loved ones.