The solo work, which made its world premiere at San Diego's Globe Theatre earlier this year, is directed by Don Scardino (A Few Good Men).
Martin Tahse's adaptation of the Allan Garganus novel with the same title focuses on Lucy Marsden, a woman who marries a 50-year old Civil War veteran when she is only 15. The one woman drama chronicles the young bride, spanning the entire 99-year oral history of her life.
The design team includes Allen Moyer (set), Jane Greenwood (costume), Kenneth Posner (lighting), Peter Fitzgerald (sound) and Wendall K. Harrington (projection). Elliot Martin, Jane Bergère, Ruth Hendel and Mort Swinksy produce the work.
Burstyn won a Tony for her turn in Same Time, Next Year and her Oscar for the film "Alice Doesn't Live Her Anymore" — both in the same year (1975). Other stage credits include 84 Charing Cross Road, Shirley Valentine, Shimada, Sacrilege and Fair Game. Her other Oscar nominated roles include "The Last Picture Show," "The Exorcist," "Same Time, Next Year," "Resurrection" and, most recently, for "Requiem for a Dream."
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