Moisés Kaufman's Adaptation of Tennessee Williams' One Arm Opens Off-Broadway

News   Moisés Kaufman's Adaptation of Tennessee Williams' One Arm Opens Off-Broadway
 
Tennessee Williams' unproduced screenplay One Arm comes to life June 9 when the new stage adaptation by Moisés Kaufman, which features Claybourne Elder and Noah Bean, officially opens Off-Broadway.

Claybourne Elder
Claybourne Elder Photo by Monique Carboni

Kaufman (Bengal Tiger, 33 Variations, Laramie Project) also directs the production that began previews May 19 and will run through July 2. The New Group and the Tectonic Theater Project co-present the run, which plays the Acorn Theatre on Theatre Row.

Elder (Road Show) stars as Ollie in a cast that also features Noah Bean (Secrets of the Trade, Broadway Bound), KC Comeaux, Steven Hauck, Todd Lawson, Christopher McCann, Greg Pierotti and Larisa Polonsky.

One Arm has set design by Derek McLane, costume design by Clint Ramos, lighting design by David Lander and original music and sound design by Shane Rettig. Fight direction is by David Anzuelo, with Doug Paulson serving as dialect coach.

According to the New Group/Tectonic, One Arm "follows Ollie, a young boxing champ who loses his arm and turns to hustling to survive."

For tickets phone (212) 239-6200, or visit Telecharge. The Acorn Theatre is located at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street.

For further information visit thenewgroup.org.

Steven Hauck, Greg Pierotti, Claybourne Elder and Christopher McCan
Steven Hauck, Greg Pierotti, Claybourne Elder and Christopher McCan Photo by Monique Carboni
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