by Diane Malone
25 April 2009

   Last chance to catch the Tony Award-winning John Lithgow in Stories By Heart, a one-man show tracing his history as an actor and storyteller. For the second year in a row, John Lithgow has brought his stories and memories of three generations of his family history to the Mitzi E Newhouse Theatre. During the performance run, John Lithgow is rotating two stories: Ring Lardner’s “Haircut” and last years favorite P.G. Wodehouse’s “Uncle Fred Flits By”. A special performance on its closing night will feature both stories and will include an intermission. The comedy play is set to close on May 25th at the Mitzi E Newhouse Theatre at Lincoln Center. Tickets are still available to this limited special event of 14 performances scheduled for Sunday and Monday nights only (see below). The show runs 1 hour 30 minutes with no intermission. Visit the Mitzi E Newhouse Theatre online for additional information.

Remaining performances:

Sun-May 3: Haircut
Mon-May 4: Uncle Fred Flits By
Sun-May 10: Haircut
Mon-May 11: Uncle Fred Flits By 
Sun-May 17: Haircut
Mon-May 18: Uncle Fred Flits By 
Sun-May 24: Haircut
Closing Night-Mon-May 25: Haircut & Uncle Fred Flits By, with an intermission