Ivey Brings Voices to CT's Stamford Center Prior to Bway, July 16-25

News   Ivey Brings Voices to CT's Stamford Center Prior to Bway, July 16-25
 
Before bringing the John (Agnes of God) Pielmeier thriller, Voices in the Dark, to Broadway, producers will take the show to the Rich Forum at CT's Stamford Center of the Arts, July 16-25.

Before bringing the John (Agnes of God) Pielmeier thriller, Voices in the Dark, to Broadway, producers will take the show to the Rich Forum at CT's Stamford Center of the Arts, July 16-25.

Two time Tony Award-winning Judith Ivey will star in the $1.375 million production, which will begin Broadway previews, July 31 for an Aug. 12, opening. A theater has yet to be announced.

Gates McFadden (of "Star Trek: The Next Generation") had starred in the show's Feb. 1998 bow at New Jersey's George Street Theatre, with a Broadway production originally postponed so McFadden could film a "Next Generation" movie, but plans to bring the actress to Broadway fell through in late 1998.

Produced by Ben Sprecher, the Broadway production will feature the director (Christopher Ashley) and the design team of the show's run at George Street: David Gallo (set), David C. Woolard (costumes) and Donald Holder (lighting).

Dark tells of a radio psychologist trapped with a psycho in a snowed-in house. The play was originally mounted by Pielmeier himself back in October 1994 at Seattle's A Contemporary Theatre. Ivey's Broadway credits include: Bedroom Farce, Piaf, Steaming (Tony and Drama Desk awards), Hurlyburly (Tony and Drama Desk awards), Blithe Spirit, Precious Sons, Park Your Car in Harvard Yard (Tony nomination).

No word yet, on who will complete the cast but, co-starring in the George Street staging was Jonathan Hogan (As Is), John Ahlin, Peter Bartlett, Nicole Fonarow, Larkin Malloy, Robert Petkoff and Charles Wagner IV.

Pielmeier's other works include Willi, which he appeared in at Seattle's ACT in 1991, Steeple Chase, The Boys of Winter and Impassioned Embraces.

For tickets ($25 - $55) to the Stamford Center pre-Broadway engagement, call (203) 325-4466.

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