The sold-out production, which will be helmed by artistic director Darko Tresnjak, will open Oct. 30 and run through Nov. 15.
Joining the previously announced Kevin Bacon, who will play Hal Jeffries, will be McKinley Belcher III as Sam, Melinda Page Hamilton as Mrs. Thorwald and Gloria, John Bedford Lloyd as Boyne, Robert Stanton as Thorwald and nine ensemble members: Dan Bender, Erik Bloomquist, Ashley Croce, Roy Donnelly, Barbara Gallow, Caitlin Harrity, William Squier and Quinn Warren.
The play is based on the same short story—“Rear Window” by Cornell Woolrich—that inspired the Alfred Hitchcock film, a 1954 Academy Award nominee. According to press notes, the play "is the classic story of a man confined to his apartment who thinks he may have witnessed a murder in a nearby building."
Rear Window is presented by special arrangement with producers Charlie Lyons, Jay Russell and Jeff Steen.
The production will also have scenic design by Alexander Dodge, costume design by Linda Cho, lighting design by York Kennedy, sound design by Jane Shaw, projection design by Sean Nieuwenhuis and fight choreography by Steve Rankin.
The production stage manager will be James Harker.
Tickets for Rear Window are sold-out. For information about other Hartford Stage shows, visit www.hartfordstage.org.