Dana Delany ("China Beach"), Billy Campbell ("Once and Again") and Robert Foxworth ("Six Feet Under") will also be featured in the upcoming summer season.
Starting off the summer, June 29-Aug. 10, will be a staging of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar as directed by Tony Award-winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof). Robert Foxworth (Judgement at Nuremberg) stars as the infamous Brutus in the tragedy centered on the life of the Roman politico at the outdoor Lowell Davies Festival Theatre.
The second Bard offering, Much Ado About Nothing, will feature television and film stars Billy Campbell as Benedick and Dana Delany as Beatrice. The comedy plays the same space, Aug. 31-Oct. 12 under the direction of Globe associate director Brendan Fox.
At the Old Globe stage, actress Kathy Najimy (The Kathy & Mo Show) reprises the Broadway Dirty Blonde role she took over for author-originator Claudia Shear. Shear's original co-stars Kevin Chamberlin (Triumph of Love, Seussical) and Bob Stillman (Grand Hotel) will reprise their roles for the San Diego run, July 20-Aug. 30. Sally Mayes (She Loves Me) will replace San Diego native Najimy for the final week in the lead role of the work which celebrates the legendary Mae West and her most devoted fans.
David Ives' Time Flies will also play at the Cassius Carter Centre Stage, July 27-Sept. 7. Matt August directs the comedies which comprise the piece. For subscription and regular ticket information to the Globe, call (619) 239-2255. For info about The Old Globe, visit their website at www.theoldglobe.com.