Outrageous hit comedy set in the 1980's transfers to limited Off-Broadway engagement.
September 29 - November 7 at Theatre at St. Clement's

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"Hilarious." -- Michael Musto,

"Sheer screwball silliness… Nothing but a good time!” -- Theatre Is Easy

"Hilarious… A formidable and polished production.” -- Stage Buddy

"“If you are looking for a night full of laughter, Daddy Issues has got you covered.” -- OffOffOnline

"Laugh out loud funny" -- Times Square Chronicle

After an acclaimed showcase production this spring, David Goldyn Productions will present the Off-Broadway Premiere of DADDY ISSUES, a new comedy by Marshall Goldberg. Directed by David Goldyn, this limited Off-Broadway engagement begins previews September 29 at Theatre at St. Clement's with opening night slated for Thursday, October 6.

In DADDY ISSUES, it is 1982 and Donald Moscowitz has overbearing parents. They disapprove of his choice of profession (actor), his flair for decorating (pastels) and his lifestyle (homosexual). The one thing that would make them happy is a grandchild. His solution: hire the ten-year old kid downstairs to play his son. What could possibly go wrong?

DADDY ISSUES stars Deb Armelino, Kate Katcher, Elizabeth Klein, Allyson Haley, Alex Ammerman, Matt Koplik, Shua Potter and Tony Rossi with set by Kevin Klakouski, costumes by Antonio Consuegra, and stage management by Jennifer Cooper.

In addition to numerous one acts, Marshall Goldberg's his full-length plays include The Manufacturer's Daughter, a finalist in the Thespis play festival, and The Feuding Paleontologists, commissioned by The Parks Shakespeare Company. DADDY ISSUES is his first fully-produced full-length play. He has studied playwrighting at HB Studio, Chelsea Rep and ESPA.

David Goldyn is a director, producer, teacher and playwright. Most recently, he was an Associate Producer on Honeymoon in Vegas on Broadway. He was the founder of Rising Action Theatre in Fort Lauderdale and acted as its Artistic Director from 2004 to 2011. At Rising Action Theatre, Mr Goldyn directed Southern Baptist Sissies, The Sisters Rosensweig, Some Men, Take Me Out, Fit To Be Tied and oversaw the production of nearly 500 other shows. He was Producing Artistic Director of the Acting Studio Company in Orlando, Florida from 1990 - 1997 where he directed acclaimed productions of Jeffrey, Ruthless, and Fortune and Men's Eyes. As an educator, he was a Professor of Theatre at both Miami Dade College and Broward College and he taught acting at Theatre of Arts In Los Angeles. He holds an MA in Theatre from NYU and a BA from Columbia University in English.

DADDY ISSUES runs September 29 - November 7, Thursday - Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 3pm. Theatre at St. Clement's is located at 423 W 46th Street between 9th & 10th Avenues. Tickets range from $35 to $99, available at 866-811-4111 or