I Never Sang for My Father, with Dullea and Mason, Arrives Off-Broadway March 23

News   I Never Sang for My Father, with Dullea and Mason, Arrives Off-Broadway March 23
I Never Sang for My Father, Robert Anderson's rueful drama about fathers and sons, starring Keir Dullea and Marsha Mason, begins performances Off-Broadway March 23.
Marsha Mason and Keir Dullea
Marsha Mason and Keir Dullea

The Keen Company presents the revival of the 1968 play that is directed by Drama Desk nominee Jonathan Silverstein. I Never Sang for My Father will officially open April 4 and run through May 1 at the Clurman Theater. Wiltsie Bridge Productions co-produces the engagement. Dullea ("2001, A Space Odyssey," Butterflies Are Free) stars as Tom Garrison, with Academy Award nominee Mason (Impressionism, Steel Magnolias, "The Goodbye Girl") as his wife Margaret and Matt Servitto ("The Sopranos") as their son Gene. The cast also features Rose Courtney, Melissa Miller and Hal Robinson.

Anderson's play, according to Keen Company, "explores one son's struggle to balance his own happiness with the needs of his aging parents, and his yearning for a closer relationship with the father he cannot change. Gene Garrsion is a grown man with a successful career, but when his parents arrive for a visit, he finds himself in that awkward position of feeling like a child again. When tragedy strikes, Gene is forced to examine his responsibility to himself and his family in new ways."

The production has set design by Bill Clarke, costume design by Theresa Squire, lighting design by Josh Bradford and sound design by Will Pickens.

Tickets are available by calling (212) 279-4200 or by visiting TicketCentral. The Clurman Theatre is located at 410 West 42nd Street.

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