Under the direction of Mark Nelson, the play begins previews at MTC's Stage II at City Center March 11 toward a March 30 opening.
From the author of Adam Baum and the Jew Movie comes a play about a family: "In 1961 Toronto, the matriarch of an immigrant family strongly opposes her son's impending marriage. Forty years later, the next generation of this same family makes a very eventful trip to China. But can they escape their past?"
The design team includes James Noone (sets), Michael Krass (costumes), Howell Binkley (lighting) and Scott Killian (original music and sound).
MTC's Off-Broadway operation at City Center, Stages I and II, is at 131 W. 55th Street. The not-for-profit MTC also operates the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway, currently serving Drowning Crow, the new African American take on Chekhov's The Seagull.
For information, visit ManhattanTheatreClub.com.