An Evening With Veteran of Stage and Screen, Victor Raider-Wexler, in “St. Nicholas”
You’ve seen Victor Raider-Wexler in “Morning’s at Seven,” “A Moon for the Misbegotten,” “And Then There Were None,” and “The Gin Game” on our stage. Maybe you’ve seen him in one of his numerous appearances at The New Theatre. You may have also seen him in the TV shows “Seinfeld,” “Everybody Loves Raymond,” or “The King of Queens.” He can even be spotted in the movies “The Pursuit of Happyness” and “Minority Report!”
Now, with Conor McPherson’s “St. Nicholas,” you’ll spend a full 90 minutes with Victor and his enchanting baritone in the intimate setting of The Buffalo Room as he weaves an unforgettable and spectral yarn. Tickets are very limited and the best seatings will go first, so get your tickets today!
The Buffalo Room will also have the Flea Market’s complete bar and restaurant service starting an hour before showtime and running until the story-telling begins, so you can make a complete evening of it in one place.
Don’t wait; this entrancing story of art, obsession, and the supernatural will make for a singular evening.
Tickets are now on sale, so call the Central Ticket Office at 816-235-6222 or use the button below to get information and order your tickets to “St. Nicholas”!
A booze-soaked tale of theatre, obsession, and the supernatural finds audience-favorite Victor Raider-Wexler (“Morning’s at Seven,” “A Moon for the Misbegotten,” “And Then There Were None,” “The Gin Game”) as a washed-up theatre critic regaling an audience with the tragic, semi-comic, and sometimes ribald story of his fall from grace to the very limits of his sanity and the natural world. Presented at the Buffalo Room in Westport from March 11 – 29, this show will be directed by New Theatre Artistic Director, Dennis Hennessy, and promises be a singularly unique evening.