About Saving Throw
Five men reunite as adults to complete a Dungeons & Dragons campaign they began in their teens. Their rivalries, disappointments, obligations and frustrations boil over into a battle to define success. And one of them is lost on their way to the game, with bad cell reception.
A comedy about friendship and the complexity of finishing things.
SAVING THROW is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
Boomerang Theatre Company
The Boomerang Theatre Company has been successfully delivering critically acclaimed work in New York City for over two decades. Boomerang is a strategic leader in the field of indie theater, bringing together creative artists and audiences to tell compelling stories. We take pride in creating world class work that reflects the concerns, hopes and dreams of our community.
Boomerang is committed to putting bold new work on stage, using a combination of dynamic new plays and reinvigorated classics. Our seasons have included rotating repertory, world premiere plays, new musicals, play readings and music/theater mash-up events. The company’s goal is to give the spotlight to a diverse group of creators.
Boomerang’s recent work includes an award-winning and critically acclaimed revival of Shakespeare’s TWELFTH NIGHT, the premiere of the new musical LOVELESS TEXAS by Henry Aronson and Cailin Heffernan, and world premiers of Lauren Ferebee’s THE RECKLESS SEASON, Johnna Adams’ LICKSPITTLES, BUTTONHOLERS AND DAMNED PERNICIOUS GO-BETWEENS and Adam Kraar’s THE KARPOVSKY VARIATIONS. Additionally, Boomerang has recently produced revivals of Shakespeare’s THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (in a site-specific production at The Prince George Hotel), LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST (in partnership with Bryant Park Shakespeare), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and CYMBELINE.
Boomerang is celebrating its 25th Anniversary Season in 2023 with new productions, as well as the annual FIRST FLIGHT New Play Festival and a continuation of the new artist driven reading series called The Baton Project.