Cape Playhouse Summer Season Launches June 12 With The Importance of Being Earnest, Starring Edward Hibbert

Regional News   Cape Playhouse Summer Season Launches June 12 With The Importance of Being Earnest, Starring Edward Hibbert
 
The season also features Andrew Keenan-Bolger in Little Shop of Horrors and Alison Fraser in Deathtrap.
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Edward Hibbert

The Cape Playhouse at the Cape Cod Center for The Arts kicks off its 2019 summer season June 12 with Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest.

Directed by Matt Lenz, performances continue through June 22 at the Massachusetts venue.

Edward Hibbert (The Drowsy Chaperone, Frasier) stars as Lady Bracknell with Sandra Shipley as Miss Prism, Younger's Dan Amboyer as Jack, Jason Gotay as Algernon, Mahira Kakka (Orange is the New Black) as Gwendolen, Olivia Hebert as Cecily, and John Thomas Waite as the Rev. Charles Chasuble. Rounding out the cast are Jesse Sharp as Lane and Victor Warren as Merriman.

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Andrew Keenan-Bolger Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The limited engagement also features scenic design by Rob Odorisio, costume design by Sky Switser, lighting design by Jaron Hermansen, sound design by Joe Palermo, and wig design by Tommy Kurzman. The production stage manager is James Hansen, and casting is by Geoff Josselson Casting.

The season will continue June 26–July 6 with Little Shop of Horrors, starring Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Newsies, Tuck Everlasting); the Tony-winning Once, July 10–20; the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Chorus Line, July 24–August 3; Michael Frayn's Noises Off, starring Saturday Night Live’s Heidi Gardner, August 7–17; and Ira Levin's Deathtrap, starring two-time Tony nominee Alison Fraser, August 21-31.

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