Doug Hughes will direct. Opening at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater is June 19 opening. The play takes a look at a marriage and is set in the early months of 1929 on New York City's 23rd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues, which was then known as Millionaire's Row. Greenberg has often set his plays, or sections of his plays, in the early decades of 20th century New York, among them Everett Beekin, The Violet Hour and Night and Her Stars.
Hecht's recent New York stage credits include Julius Caesar and After the Fall on Broadway. Harelik was part of the original LCT cast of The Light in the Piazza. Baker has appeared on Broadway in Titanic, Assasssins and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Off-Broadway in Shanghai Moon and Othello. Schultz's credits include The Herbal Bed and A View From the Bridge.
House will be the second new play by the prolific Greenberg to reach New York this season. A Naked Girl on the Appian Way played at the Roundabout Theatre Company last fall. The ubiquitous Hughes directed that piece as well.
In the past, LCT has produced Greenberg's Everett Beekin.