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Lucky Guy is the final work of adored screenwriter Nora Ephron. Chronicling the rise of real life journalist Mike McAlary, the play features Tom Hanks in this pivotal role! Buy your Lucky Guy theater tickets now!
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Lucky Guy Theater Tickets

Nora Ephron stands as one of the most beloved screenwriters and journalists of the 20th century. She gave us the likes of "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sleepless in Seattle," and now one of her last works, Lucky Guy is headed to the stage. Anybody who enjoyed Ephron's previous works will certainly want to pick up Lucky Guy tickets.

Lucky Guy tells the true story of Mike McAlary, a much-beloved Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who passed away in 1998. McAlary was a newspaper superstar, whose quick rise through the ranks was threatened by a libel suit, but his breathtaking coverage of the famous Abner Louima story brought him back into the spotlight.

The play, which stars Academy Award winner Tom Hanks as McAlary in the lead role, is a perfect one for Ephron to tell. Not only did she write two of the most beloved romantic comedies of all time, but she is among the most experienced journalists of the 20th century. Though she passed away in 2012, her work is legendary and Lucky Guy will not disappoint longtime fans of her work.