That Championship Season Broadway Show
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That Championship Season on Broadway
Kiefer Sutherland (TV's 24), comedian/actor Jim Gaffigan (My Boys), Chris Noth (The Good Wife, Sex and the City), and Jason Patric (Rush, The Lost Boys) star in the Broadway revival of Jason Miller's jock drama That Championship Season, which first played on Broadway in 1972.
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Twenty years after their triumph at the state championships, four high school basketball stars reunite at their ailing coach's home.
Gregory Mosher (Direction)
Michael Yeargan (Set Design)
Jane Greenwood (Costume Design)
Peter Kaczorowski (Lighting Design)
Scott Lehrer (Sound Design)
Jason Miller (Playwright)
Summary Four state championship basketball stars gather at their coach's house 20 years after their triumph, but their happy reunion soon leads to the revelation of secrets and uncomfortable truths.
Age May be inappropriate for 10 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation This is a pretty good production of a pretty good play, but some may feel that the 1972 drama (which features ample doses of comedy) seems rather dated. Others might find it an interesting insight into the end of an era, when some aging men found themselves struggling to hold on to their power, influence, and glory while grappling with an increasingly diverse society. Either way, chances are that much of the audience will be coming to see the cast, which boasts Kiefer Sutherland, Jason Patric, Chris Noth, and Jim Gaffigan as the former ball players and Brian Cox as their revered old coach. Gaffigan and Sutherland are game (Kiefer plays way against type here as a meek but hard-working campaign manager), but Noth and Patric seem the most at ease in their roles.