(via The Hollywood Reporter)
Despite Larry David’s fear of pitchforks from his first foray into Broadway, his play Fish in the Dark is doing pretty, pretty, pretty great.
After 8 preview performances, it grossed over a $1 million and has already sold $13.5 million worth of advance tickets.
Our guess is that every single performance of Fish In The Dark will probably sold out even though it’s officially opening at the beginning of March and running up until the first week of June. So, get your tickets while you can.
If there’s another season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, maybe it will be centered around Larry writing and starring in a play?