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LaBute bound for Broadway

June 18, 2008|From a Times staff writer

Playwright Neil LaBute's newest work, "reasons to be pretty," is expected to transfer to Broadway early next year for a commercial run at a theater to be named. The play, currently running off-Broadway at MCC's Lucille Lortel Theatre, features Alison Pill ("The Lieutenant of Inishmore," "Dan in Real Life"), Pablo Schreiber ("Awake and Sing," "The Wire"), Piper Perabo ("Coyote Ugly") and Thomas Sadoski ("Reckless"). "Reasons to be pretty" revolves around the consequences of a man's offhand remarks to a friend about his girlfriend's appearance. It will be LaBute's first play to be produced on Broadway.

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