Breaking Legs by Tom Dulack: The worlds of the Mafia and the theatre clash hilariously when a professorial playwright seeks funding for his new play from the family of a former student. The “family” turn out to be minor Mafia godfathers who are willing to underwrite the play provided they never have to read it. The fact that the lusty, unwed daughter of the house falls in love with the playwright only furthers his involvement with the Mob. “There is a buoyant joy to be had in the comic confrontation between two of the wackiest gangster chieftains ever to wack…” -NY Post “It is what comedies on Broadway used to be like not that many years ago. Welcome back!” —BackStage.