Follow Matthew Rauch Through the Opening Night of Junk on Broadway

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Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the opening of Ayad Akhtar’s newest play at Lincoln Center Theater.
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On November 2, Lincoln Center Theater celebrated the Broadway opening of Junk, a new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Ayad Akhtar (Disgraced), directed by Doug Hughes. Matthew Rauch (The Merchant of Venice), who plays Israel Peterman, takes us through the opening performance, from pre-show rituals to curtain.

See what an opening night on Broadway looks like below:

In Junk, Steven Pasquale plays Robert Merkin, an investment banker who has just landed the cover of Time Magazine in 1985. Hailed for his philosophy that “debt is an asset,“ Merkin is attempting to re-shape the market, the rules, and the world through a new perspective and an attempt to take over an iconic American company.

For tickets and more information, visit LCT.org.

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