Armie Hammer’s Broadway debut in ‘Straight White Men’

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NEW YORK — Armie Hammer, best known for his Oscar-nominated performance in "Call Me by Your Name," is making his Broadway debut in "Straight White Men."

The play is also making history for being the first play written by an Asian-American woman playwright to be produced on Broadway.

The new show is about three brothers exploring value, identity and privilege while visiting their father over the Christmas holiday.

This Second Stage Production, starring Armie Hammer, Josh Charles and Paul Schneider is in previews.

It opens Monday, July 23rd at the Helen Hayes Theater.

For ticket information visit the website.

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