Jack Klugman plays the wise antiques dealer named Solomon in the Coconut Grove Playhouse revival of Arthur Miller's The Price, Jan. 2-28, 2001, officially opening Jan. 5.
Klugman, the stage actor of the original Gypsy and the National Actors Theatre's The Sunshine Boys, might be best known for his role on TV's "The Odd Couple."
Joining him in the drama of sibling dynamics, in which two estranged middle-aged brothers go through the belongings of their dead father, are Dan Lauria (TV's "The Wonder Years"), Walter Charles (La Cage Aux Folles, Wit) and Ronnie Farer (Carol Burnett's standby for Putting It Together, and an alumna of They're Playing Our Song).
Robert Kalfin directs. The Miller play had a Broadway revival in the 1999-2000 season.
Designers are Steve Lambert (set), Ellis Tillman (costumes), Kirk Bookman (lights), Gregory M. Reif (sound). Tickets are $15-$45. For information, call (305) 442-4000, or visit the website at www.cgplayhouse.com.
— By Kenneth Jones