Colin Quinn: Small Talk Extends Off-Broadway Run | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Colin Quinn: Small Talk Extends Off-Broadway Run

The solo, self-written comedy is switching theatres for an additional limited engagement run.

Colin Quinn

Colin Quinn will keep the "small talk" going in a new theatre, moving the off-Broadway comedy Colin Quinn: Small Talk to Greenwich House Theater for an additional, limited engagement run March 30–May 6. The production originally opened January 23 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

In this newest solo show, Quinn explores the concept of personality, taking audiences inside how he chats up everyone from friends and family to municipal employees and counter people—and how everyone else can, too.

James Fauvell directs Small Talk, having previously directed Quinn's Red State Blue State.

Small Talk also features set design by Zoë Hurvitz (Tomorrow Will Take Care Of Itself), lighting design by Amina Alexander (Alex Edelman: Just For Us), and sound design by Margaret Montagna (A Woman of the World).

The show is produced by Mike Lavoie and Carlee Briglia, and Brian Stern. Quinn has previously presented his solo shows An Irish Wake and Long Story Short on Broadway. Off-Broadway, he has taken the stage in several other solo shows: My Two Cents, Unconstitutional, The New York Story, and Red State Blue State.

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