Gugino, who recently starred in the television series "Karen Sisco," is known for her work on television and film. Her big screen credits include her role as wife to Antonio Banderas in the "Spy Kids" trilogy as well as turns in "The Singing Detective," "The One," "The Jimmy Show," "Judas Kiss" and "Snake Eyes." She was also Michael J. Fox's original girlfriend on TV's "Spin City" and appeared on "Chicago Hope." Gugino has appeared on stage in a production of Of Mice and Men at the Geva Theatre.
In the Roundabout Theatre Company's staging of Arthur Miller's After The Fall, Peter Krause ("Six Feet Under") stars in the lead role of lawyer Quentin, historically viewed as a stand-in for author Miller opposite Carla Gugino ("Spy Kids") as Maggie, a famous singer in his past who is troubled by an addiction to sleeping pills and alcohol — believed by many to mirror the author's late wife, Marilyn Monroe.
Broadway newcomers Krause and Gugino star in a cast that includes Mark Nelson, Jessica Hecht and Candy Buckley. They are joined by Vivienne Benesch, Roxanna Hope, Kathleen McNenny, Ken Marks, Baylen Thomas, Jonathan Walker and Dan Ziskie.
The play debuted on Broadway in 1964 with Jason Robards, Jr. in the lead role and Barbara Loden as the singer — a turn that won her the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress. Hal Holbrook and Faye Dunaway also appeared in the work staged by Miller's oft-collaborator Elia Kazan.
Tickets are currently available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719 1300 or at the box office of the American Airlines Theatre (227 West 42nd Street). For more information, visit www.roundabouttheatre.org .