For a second time, Jerry Seinfeld will direct comedian Colin Quinn in a one-man show.
"Colin Quinn: The New York Story" will play Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre in Greenwich Village. Previews start July 9 and an opening is set for July 23, producers said Thursday. The limited-run show ends Aug. 16.
The show is based on Quinn's just-released "The Coloring Book: A Comedian Solves Race Relations in America."
Massapequa-raised Seinfeld, 61, directed former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Quinn, 56, in the one-man "Colin Quinn: Long Story Short," which premiered Off-Broadway in June 2010 and received a 2011 Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance. It moved to Broadway in October 2010, running for 21 previews and 135 performances. A 2011 HBO version was nominated for Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Special.
Meanwhile, Hulu -- which begins streaming every "Seinfeld" episode on June 24 -- announced on Thursday it will be creating "Seinfeld: The Apartment," a pop-up installation resembling Jerry's Upper West Side apartment seen on the show. The installation at 451 W. 14th St., which will include a memorabilia gallery and "interactive fan experience," will stand June 24-28.