Salon Series 2008-2009

Our popular Salon Series is the foundation of TACT?s success. These unique presentations offer an intimate theatrical experience - enjoyed exclusively by our subscribers - and include complementary refreshments with the cast.

"Good Seeds, Rotten Eggs"
This season's Salon Series theme revolves around heredity and how one generation so often tries to influence - even control - the next, usually with disastrous results. We're sure you'll enjoy each of these fascinating, provocative and entertaining plays.

The Confidential Clerk, by T.S. Eliot
The Late George Aply, by John Marquand & George S. Kaufman
Ladies in Retirement, by Edward Percy & Reginald Denham
Edward, My Son, by Noel Langley & Robert Morely

The Confidential Clerk

Confidential-Clerk-Title-SQThe Confidential Clerk

By T.S. Eliot

Saturday, November 15: 2 & 7:30 PM
Sunday, November 16: 2 PM
Monday, November 17: 7:30 PM

TACT Studio
900 Broadway, Suite 905
New York, NY 10003

TACT Subscribers call 212-560-2184 for reservations.




Sir Claude Mulhammer has a secret. Unknown to his eccentric wife Elizabeth, the young man Claude intents to make his new private secretary is really his illegitimate son Colby. While Claude hopes Elizabeth will take a shine to Colby before he prepares her for the truth, Elizabeth has her own ideas about Colby’s identity. Into the mix comes Claude’s other illegitimate child and her fiancé, Colby’s aunt, and Eggerson, Sir Claude’s former clerk. As everyone claims Colby for themselves, one person remains without a say; Colby. Mistaken identities, misplaced children, and witty one-liners fuel Eliot’s Wildean plot, delightfully combining his interest in classical drama with drawing-room comedy.