New details released about Harry Melling’s Broadway run!

Harry Melling Peddling

We posted last month about Harry Melling’s play, Peddling, moving to New York for a Broadway run from April 23-May 18, and after receiving a press release we have new details about the performance.

The press release opens with details about the show’s New York run…

59E59 Theaters (Elysabeth Kleinhans, Artistic Director; Peter Tear, Executive Producer) is thrilled to welcome HighTide Festival Theatre with the US premiere of PEDDLING, written and performed by Harry Melling and directed by Steven Atkinson. PEDDLING begins performances on Wednesday, April 23 for a limited engagement through Sunday, May 18. Press Opening is Tuesday, April 29 at 7:30 PM. The performance schedule is Tuesday – Thursday at 7:30 PM; Friday at 8:30 PM; Saturday at 2:30 PM & 8:30 PM; and Sunday at 3:30 PM & 7:30 PM. Performances are at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th Street, between Park and Madison Avenues). Single tickets are $25 ($17.50 for 59E59 Members). To purchase tickets, call Ticket Central at (212) 279-4200 or go to

… and continues with a brief synopsis of the play.

A peddler wakes up in a field, somewhere in London, surrounded by the burnt and empty remnants of the night before. With no memory of how he has come to be there, he knows he must go back to ‘the very start of it all’. His attempts to retrace events from the previous day lead him on a haunting journey where everything comes into question: his life, his world, his future.

Harry Melling’s remarkable debut play follows the day in the life of a man on the fringes of society as he battles difficult questions and attempts to come to terms with the answers.”

The play will be directed by Steven Atkinson, with set and costume design by Lily Arnold, lighting design by Azusa Ono, and sound design George Dennis.

Will you be checking out this play during its limited New York engagement? Let us know!

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  • Bryan

    This is most emphatically not a Broadway production. A Broadway theatre has 500 or more seats. Example: Daniel Radcliffe is currently appearing on Broadway at the Cort Theatre, an 1100-seat house, in “The Cripple of Inishmaan.” By contrast, Harry Melling will perform “peddling” [lowercase] at 59E59 Theater C, a 70-seat off-off-Broadway venue.