The David Leveaux-directed production of the Bergman screenplay that was adapted for the stage by Jenny Worton, begins Off-Broadway performances May 13.
Opening night is June 6. The run will continue through July 3 Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, 79 E. 4th Street, while Atlantic's main stage Linda Gross Theater undergoes renovation.
In the drama, according to ATC, "Karin (Mulligan) is the central figure in the lives of her family, not least because her own tenuous grip on reality keeps everyone in constant motion around her. On an annual vacation to a beautiful remote island, tensions flare as her husband (Harner), father (Sarandon) and brother (Rosenfield) struggle over the best way to help her. When a legacy of denial and repression boils over, threatening the future of the entire family, Karin decides that she must take command of her own destiny."
The film Through a Glass Darkly won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film.
Sarandon makes his Atlantic Theater Company debut and returns to the Off-Broadway stage for the first time in over 25 years. He most recently appeared on Broadway in the revival of Cyrano de Bergerac and the musical The Light in the Piazza. He is best known for his critically acclaimed Oscar-nominated performance as Leon in the film "Dog Day Afternoon." Harner most recently appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning production of The Coast of Utopia and opposite Angelina Jolie in the feature film "The Changeling." He received a Drama Desk Award nomination for his performance in the Jon Robin Baitz play The Paris Letter and an Obie Award for his work in the Off-Broadway revival of Hedda Gabler.
Rosenfeld makes his professional Off-Broadway debut.
Mulligan returns to the New York stage following her Broadway debut in the 2008 revival of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, for which she received a Drama Desk Award nomination. She received Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations and a BAFTA Award for her critically acclaimed breakthrough role in the film "An Education."
Playwright Worton is the artistic associate of the Almeida Theatre in London. She adapted the play Dolls for the National Theatre of Scotland and served as dramaturg for London's Gate Theatre production of the play Breathing Irregular.
Leveaux received Tony nominations for the Tony Award-winning revival of The Real Thing, the Tony Award-nominated revival of Jumpers and the Broadway productions of Nine, Anna Christie and A Moon for the Misbegotten. He is currently represented on Broadway with Arcadia.
The Through a Glass Darkly creative team includes scenic designer Takeshi Kata, costume designer Jess Goldstein, lighting designer David Weiner, and original music and sound design by David Van Tieghem.
The stage adaptation of Through a Glass Darkly made its world premiere at the Almeida Theatre in London on June 16, 2010.
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