Prospanica invites you to John Leguizamo's outrageously funny one-man show about uncovering the truth, and recovering from the past.
As a member, you can buy tickets at a discounted rate for the February 3rd matinee presentation, where you can meet and greet Tony award nominated producer Jeremy Handelman! You can also buy discounted price books autographed by John Leguizamo.
When: Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 2 pm
Where: 254 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019
Tickets: Original price starting at $79 Rear Mezzanine Section
NY Chapter $59 (All fees included)
(Ticket sales ends January 28th)
Handicap Accessible. Theatre is located in the same space that housed the legendary nightclub Studio 54
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About Jeremy Handelman
Jeremy is a Tony Award nominated theater producer whose many credits include John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons, the Broadway revival of On the Town (4 Tony Award nominations including best revival of a musical), the off Broadway production of the rock musical comedy Brooklyn Crush, formerly F#%king Up Everything (NY Times Critics' Pick & Best New Musical nominee) and the current production of The Chekhov Dreams at Theater Row. He is currently on the producing team for three Broadway-aimed musical adaptations including the beloved Peggy Sue Got Married.
He is also the founder of Off The Leash Productions. Previously, Jeremy was Vice President of Programming of CBS Sports and served as Vice President of Programming Sales for Wink Communications
Jeremy graduated from Brown University and has an MBA from New York University. He is a graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute and serves on the board of Theater Resources Unlimited, the Brown University Club in New York, and is an active member of the Off Broadway Alliance.