About this Event
? Prepare for the theatrical prescription of your dreams ! "Dream On, Baransky!" is back with its SECOND DOSE, and we've taken your feedback to heart, just like a dedicated medical team.
Join us as we scrub in for another round of toe-tapping tunes, heartwarming melodies, and side-splitting laughter that's sure to cure your theater cravings.
Simultaneously involved with two women—feisty, single Lyla and strong-willed, married Suzie —Jonathan Baransky, despite an occasional anxiety attack, is navigating life with relative ease. Enter Jennifer, an old flame, laser focused on re-kindling their relationship. Suddenly, Jonathan finds himself overwhelmed by extreme stress. At the insistence of his psychiatrist, the zany Dr. Smithson, Jonathan undergoes a series of highly experimental, anti-anxiety treatments—“transported” into dream-like states, he encounters a cast of thought-provoking characters and an array of revelatory songs. Walking the tightrope between his complicated love life and a nerve-wracking fantasy world, Jonathan desperately seeks a lasting cure for his anxiety. Dream on, Baransky, dream on!
We’ve operated on the show, fine-tuning every aspect based on the vital signs of our audience members and the diagnosis from critics.
? What's new and improved:
• A "surgical" precision in every performance, now honed to perfection - we’ve amputated an hour off our original run-time!
• Catchy tunes that'll make your heart race, now with even more infectious melodies!
• A dose of laughter that's stronger than any painkiller, thanks to your valuable feedback!
? Don't hit snooze on this opportunity—grab your tickets now and prepare for a night of theatrical healing that'll have you daydreaming about encores.
Isaias Badilla, Dustin Pazar, Sophie Morrison, Mary Healy, Sky Spallone, Jaafar Laraichi, Amber Brookes, David Allard, Karolina Larion, Billy Gillen, Quinn Nguyen, Mac Stevenson
Director - Jake Minter
Assistant Director - Amber Brookes
Music Director - Chris Johnson
Production Management/Stage Manager - Logan Schmucker
Choreographer- Karolina Larion
Lighting Design & Operation - Jake Smith
**HEALTH & SAFETY at the ATA:
Late Seating may be problematic.
ADA Access: please call 24 hours in advance if a wheelchair ramp is required to get over the 3 steps at the front of our facility: 212-581-3044. (For manual wheelchair users, plan to bring an assistant.)
Masks in the theatre are optional until further notice.
If you are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to anyone within 14 days of your visit, or have been instructed to self-isolate, we ask that you stay home and contact the ticket site (or producer of the show) to discuss a ticket refund or exchange.
Ticket purchasers are responsible for informing and providing this information if they are providing the ticket for a guest. Anyone that does not abide by our protocols may be denied entry to our facility.
We recognize that public health guidelines may change and therefore our policies are also subject to change without notice. If you test COVID positive within a week of being in our facility, you may have exposed others.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The American Theatre of Actors Inc, 314 West 54th Street, New York, United States
USD 20.00 to USD 25.00