Zero Hour

Written by Jim Brochu & Directed by Debra Clinton
March 29 – April 2 (Limited Engagement)
Appropriate for ages 16+

Jewish Family Theatre presents Zero Hour, the one-man play about theatre legend, Zero Mostel, performed by favorite local actor, Jason Marks. Set in Mostel’s painting studio on West 28th Street, a naive reporter attempts to interview the famously volatile artist, prompting an explosion of memory, humor, outrage, and juicy backstage lore. Mostel is remembered for his comedic genius and his definitive roles, but in the 1950’s he was equally known for his place on the infamous Hollywood blacklist. Mostel’s swagger, ferocity, intelligence, and fantastic wit is brought back to the stage in this volcanic tour-de-force.

“Singularly captivating. Zero Hour is a success. It brings Mostel back to life, just the way his fans want him.” The New York Times

Opening night: Wednesday, March 29 at 7:30pm

Additional performances: March 30 at 7:30pm; April 1 at 8:30pm; April 2 at 2pm

$20 Member | $25 Nonmember; Included in the Arts + Ideas subscription

Showtimes & Prices

Zero Hour

March 29th @ 7:30PM

Zero Hour

March 30th @ 7:30PM

Zero Hour

April 1 @ 8:30PM

Zero Hour

April 2 @ 2:00PM

Zero Hour: March 3 @ 7:30PM

Zero Hour: April 1 @ 8:30PM

Zero Hour: April 2 @ 2:00PM

Zero Hour: March 29 @ 7:30PM