Levittown Returns to the New York Stage July 8

News   Levittown Returns to the New York Stage July 8 Marc Palmieri's family drama Levittown, which premiered Off-Broadway in 2006 to critical acclaim, returns to the New York stage July 8 for a limited run at the Theatre at St. Clement's.

George Demas (Krapp, 39) again stages the ensemble work, which officially opens July 13 and runs through Aug. 1.

The cast features Susan Bennett, Tristan Colton, Curzon Dobell, Dane Knell, Todd Lawson, Tyler Pierce and Deborah Tranelli.

According to press notes, "Kevin Briggs, the grandson of a decorated World War II veteran and FDNY Captain, returns early from college to learn that his sister Colleen — after some trying times — is about to be married. As the family celebrates the upcoming wedding, Kevin attempts to complete this happiness by reconciling his sister with the abusive father who left them years before. Amidst the thin walls of their home, the members of this family are forced to confront a concealed history, the self-destructive nature that has plagued them for generations, and the failure of the tidy truths onto which they have desperately held... in Levittown."

Scenic designer Michele Spadaro, currently represented Off-Broadway with Our Town, has designed the set which includes a reproduction of a Levittown home. Levittown also has costume design by Jennifer Bayly, lighting design by Sonia Baidya and sound design by Steve Fontaine.

Cliplight Theater and Theatre at St. Clement's produce. For tickets, priced $25, phone (212) 352-3101 or visit CliplightTheater. The Theatre at Saint Clement's is located at 423 West 46th Street.