Producer of ‘Incomprehensible’ Broadway Play Narrowly Averts Crisis!

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Broadway's upcoming Impressionism, starring Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen, is being hailed by even those working on the show as "pretty much incomprehensible," reports Michael Riedel in today's Post. What's worse, preview audiences, baffled by the flashback sequences and gimmick of having lead actors play multiple roles, have been getting up and leaving during intermission. Naturally, investors are worried — but producer Bill Haber has a solution! Impressionism's opening has been pushed back by two weeks, and it will debut as a one-act without an intermission.

BAD FIRST 'IMPRESSIONISM' [NYP]