In case you missed it when it was off-Broadway, you now have a chance to see Colin Quinn's "Long Story Short" on an even bigger stage this fall as he'll get a limited 11-run engagement in November, with previews starting Oct. 22. Producers announced the move today.
Quinn will be returning to the Helen Hayes Theater, where he previously performed a 1998 one-man show called "Colin Quinn: An Irish Wake." He told the New York Times' Dave Itzkoff today:
‚ÄúI‚Äôm quietly becoming New York‚Äôs premiere actor. People don‚Äôt understand. They have me pigeon-holed as a comedian. I‚Äôm like Elaine Stritch.‚Äù
Quinn's show is directed by Jerry Seinfeld.
Previously: Seinfeld and Quinn talk about Long Story Short in video clips.
2 thoughts on “Colin Quinn’s “Long Story Short” gets promoted, will return for fall/winter Broadway engagement”
Colin Quinn is a boring loud mouth with limited talent and a low IQ. Who would want to watch anything this guy does?
Because Larry the cable guy is on vacation, now shut your stupid mouth. Make a career out of doing stand up comedy then get your own broadway show then you can talk.
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