Robin Lefevre directs the Roundabout Theatre Company's first entry of the 2006-2007 season. Performances will now play through Dec. 17. The work began Sept. 15 and opened Oct. 11.
Penned by Shaw, Heartbreak House follows "the unlikely romantic encounters that occur in an estate on the English countryside," according to Roundabout. "Romance springs eternal but never mutual, and the most successful relationships have the least to do with love."
Bosco — last seen in Roundabout's Twelve Angry Men on Broadway — will star as Captain Shotover. This marks his 13th production with the company following Off-Broadway productions of A Month in the Country, Don Juan in Hell, Hedda Gabler, Inadmissable Evidence, Misalliance, The Caretaker, Learned Ladies, Ah, Wilderness!, Come Back, Little Sheba, Master Class and A Man For All Seasons. He recently appeared in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Kurtz — recently seen in her Emmy Award-nominated performance (her ninth) on Showtime's "Huff" — played in Roundabout's The Mineola Twins. The actress won a Tony Award nomination for her last appearance on Broadway in Frozen. Other stage credits include Imaginary Friends, Love Letters, A History of the American Film, Tartuffe, Ah, Wilderness! and The House of Blue Leaves, Fifth of July. She earned Tony Awards for the latter two.
Roundabout's perpetually-employed Jennings has been seen in A Touch of the Poet, The Foreigner and The Man Who Came to Dinner. Rabe starred on Broadway in Steel Magnolias and Off-Broadway in Colder Than Here. Robins — who appeared opposite Kurtz in Frozen — has also appeared Off Broadway recently in Sore Throats. The cast also includes Bill Camp, John Christopher Jones, Gareth Saxe and Jenny Sterlin.
Tickets Heartbreak House at the American Airlines Theatre, 227 West 42 St., are available by calling Roundabout ticket services at (212) 719-1300. For more information, go to www.roundabouttheatre.org.