Gene Weygandt (from left), Renee Matthews and Tim Kazurinsky.
They’re old (or at least old-ish), they’re Jews (not all of them actually, but all of them theatrically) and they’re telling jokes — now for 12 additional weeks at the Royal George Theatre.
It was announced Thursday that the off-Broadway hit, which began performances Sept. 24 and was originally slated to end Nov. 24, will now play through February 16, 2014.
It stars Chicago actors Dara Cameron, Alex Goodrich, Tim Kazurinsky, Renee Matthews and Gene Weygandt.
Tickets are $49-$59
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