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By Lucy Thurber
Directed by Jackson Gay

Set Design by Donyale Werle 
Costume Design by Jessica Ford  
Lighting Design by Russell H. Champa   
Sound Design by Broken Chord
Prop Master Susan Barras

Production Stage Manager Lori Ann Zepp
Stage Manager Veronica Lee
Casting Telsey + Company / Adam Caldwell, CSA, Will Cantler, CSA, Karyn Casl, CSA

Ato Blankson-Wood (Clarence Matthews) Stage credits include: As You Like It & The Total Bent at The Public Theater (Drama League, Lucille Lortel nominations), Hair (Broadway and West End). As well as the Foundry Theater’s production of O. Earth, Iphigenia in Aulis at Classic Stage Company and Lysistrata Jones off and on Broadway. Film/TV: Spike Lee’s Black Klansman, The Kindergarten Teacher opposite Maggie Gyllenhaal, Detroit, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, "The Marvelous Mrs Maisel" (Amazon) "She's Gotta Have It" (Netflix) and “The Good Fight” (CBS) He is a 2017 recipient of the Leonore Annenberg Fellowship, a member of The Actors Center and holds a B.F.A. from NYU & M.F.A. from The Yale School of Drama.

Leon Addison Brown (Geoffrey Dean) Broadway: Misery, The Trip to Bountiful, On the Waterfront, Someone to Watch Over Me, Prelude to a Kiss. Off-Broadway: Master Harold and the Boys (Drama League Nomination for Distinguished Performance and Audelco Nomination), The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek, The Train Driver, The Orphans' Home Cycle, The Alexander Plays (Signature Theatre); The Box (Foundry Theatre); The Lights (LCT); As You Like It (TFANA). Selected Regional: Baltimore Center Stage, Great Barrington Playwrights Lab, Hartford Stage, Westport Playhouse, People's Light Theatre, Arena Stage, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Yale Rep., Long Wharf. Film/TV: Ben is Back, “Elementary”, “The Breaks”, “Madam Secretary”, “The Knick”, A Walk Among the Tombstones, “The Good Wife”, Whirlygirl, Hamlet, “Law & Order and SVU”. Training: North Carolina School of the Arts.

Juan Castano (Cristofer Rodriguez) is reprising the role of Cristofer Rodriguez which he originated at New York Stage & Film. Theater: Oedipus El Rey (The Public), A Parallelogram (Second Stage Theater), Transfers (NYSAF), The Sibling's Play (Cherry Lane Theatre), Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train (Atlantic Stage 2), La Nina Que Moria a Cada Rato (NYC Spanish Rep.), Minotaur (Drama League DirectorFest).  TV: “Bull” (CBS), “The OA” (Netflix), “Shades of Blue” (NBC), “Elementary” (CBS), “Law & Order: SVU” (NBC), “Blue Bloods” (CBS), “Unforgettable” (NBC).  Film: The Wilde Wedding (with Patrick Stewart, Glenn Close, John Malkovich), Submission (with Stanley Tucci), Lost Cat Corona and My First Miracle. A special thank you to Lucy, Jackson, and Joanna Pfaelzer as well as Buchwald and Shirley Grant Mgmt.

Glenn Davis (David DeSantos) is an ensemble member at The Steppenwolf Theatre Company, where he was most recently seen in The Christians and You Got Older. Other Steppenwolf credits include Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Brother/Sister Plays (The Brother Size, In the Red and Brown Water, and Marcus: Or the Secret of Sweet, dir Tina Landau), as well as Head of Passes. On Broadway he starred in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo opposite Robin Williams (also Kirk Douglas Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, dir Moises Kaufman). Off-Broadway he appeared in Wig Out! (Vineyard Theatre). Other recent regional credits include Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow (Williamstown Theatre Festival, dir Trip Cullman). International credits include Edward II, The Winter’s Tale and As You Like It (Stratford Festival), as well as Othello (The Shakespeare Company). Television credits include “24”, “The Unit”, “Jericho“ and “The Good Wife”.

Samantha Soule (Rosie McNulty) Broadway: The Philanthropist, Dinner At Eight, Coram Boy. Off-Broadway: And I And Silence (Signature Theater); A Fable, A Summer Day; Killers and Other Family, The Hilltown Plays (Rattlestick, Obie Award); Barbecue, Much Ado About Nothing, Detroit '67 (Public), A Little Journey (Mint, Drama Desk Nom.); Gabriel, The Voysey Inheritance (Atlantic); Monstrosity (I3P); Valhalla (New York Theater Workshop); The Dining Room (Keen, Drama Desk Award). Selected Regional Theater: Transfers (Powerhouse), Thieves (Rising Phoenix Rep), Candida, Edith (Berkshire Theater Festival), A Body of Water (Old Globe), The Evildoers (Yale Rep), Twelfth Night, An Enemy of The People, The Tempest (Shakespeare Theater), Lady Windermere's Fan (Williamstown) Film/TV: "Godless", "Blacklist", "Nurse Jackie", "Blue Bloods", "Do No Harm", "Law & Order: SVU", "Smash", How We Got Away With It, Cigarette Soup, The Penny Dreadful Picture Show, Revolutionary Road. BFA: The Juilliard School. Artistic Associate of Rising Phoenix Rep.

 

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