Michael Shannon Is a Desperate Producer in NYC Bow of Mistakes Were Made, Opening Nov. 14

News   Michael Shannon Is a Desperate Producer in NYC Bow of Mistakes Were Made, Opening Nov. 14 An Off-Broadway producer is in the spotlight in the New York City premiere of Craig Wright's new comedy Mistakes Were Made, starring Oscar nominee Michael Shannon, opening Nov. 14 following previews from Nov. 5 at the Barrow Street Theater.

Michael Shannon in Mistakes Were Made
Michael Shannon in Mistakes Were Made Photo by Ari Mintz

Directed by Dexter Bullard, the production features as B-list producer Felix Artifex opposite Mierka Girten as Esther.

Mistakes Were Made is billed as a character study "of a man seeking redemption, but inescapably creating destruction." Felix gets in "way over his fast-talking head when he takes on a gargantuan epic about the French Revolution which he thinks is going to be his ticket to professional and personal reclamation."

The play received its world premiere at A Red Orchid Theatre in Chicago in 2009 with the same cast and director.

The creative team includes Tom Burch (sets), Tif Bullard (costumes), Keith Parham (lights), Joe Fosco (sound), Michele Spadaro (props), Nan Zabriskie (makeup) and Sam Deutsch (puppeteer). The production stage manager is Richard A. Hodge.

Producers are Scott Morfee, Jean Doumanian and Tom Wirtshafter in association with A Red Orchid Theatre.

Shannon, who was Academy Award-nominated for Featured Actor in "Revolutionary Road," appeared in Bug and Our Town at the Barrow Street Theatre.

This is a 16-week limited engagement. Performances play Tuesday-Friday at 7:30 PM, Saturday at 2:30 PM and 7:30 PM and Sunday at 2:30 PM.

Tickets, priced $45 for preview performances and $65 for regular performances, are available through SmartTix (212) 868-4444, www.smarttix.com, or at the Barrow Street Theatre box office (27 Barrow Street in Greenwich Village).

Michael Shannon in <i>Mistakes Were Made</i>
Michael Shannon in Mistakes Were Made Photo by Ari Mintz
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