Fellowship for Performing Arts' revival of Robert Bolt’s Tony-winning play, A Man For All Seasons, celebrated its opening night Off-Broadway January 23. The production, directed by Christa Scott-Reed, is scheduled to run through February 24 at the Acorn Theatre.
In A Man For All Seasons, despite relentless political pressure, Sir Thomas More, Chancellor of England, refuses to recognize Henry VIII’s divorce and the King’s ascendancy as the Supreme Head of the new Church of England. The cast is led by Michael Countryman as Sir Thomas More and Carolyn McCormick as his wife Alice, along with John Ahlin, Olivier nominee Kevyn Morrow, Daytime Emmy nominee Trent Dawson, Drama Desk winner David McElwee, Todd Cerveris, Kim N. Wong, Sean Dugan, and Harry Bouvy.
Flip through photos of opening night below:
Go Inside Opening Night of A Man for All Seasons Off-Broadway
A Man For All Seasons features scenic design by Steven C. Kemp, costume design by Theresa Squire, lighting design by Aaron Porter, and original music and sound design by Tony nominee John Gromada.
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