Living in New York means living among one of the most diverse groups of people anywhere in the country. The city is brimming
with every ethnic group, social class and sub-niche. Bridge and Tunnel brings a few of them together with a rousing one-woman
performance that depicts a variety of the people you might meet commuting through the city.
Bridge and Tunnel premiered in 2004, earning its writer and star, New Yorker Sarah Jones, quite a few awards. The play
focuses on a handful of New Yorkers, each from a different ethnic group, and all played with the same detail and depth by
Jones herself. The title of the play comes from a derogatory phrase referring to people who travel to the city from the outer
Bridge and Tunnel tickets are now available for this show about New York that's
cross the states and coming to L.A.'s fine stages. Make sure that you catch it when it opens, because it's a fantastic tour
de force performance by an actress who seems capable of easily slipping into and out of character. Buy some Bridge
and Tunnel Los Angeles tickets now!