The production, directed by Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks, will have played 24 preview performances and 53 regular performances by close.
The cast of the comedy about parenting, infidelity and marriage (set in two eras) includes Matthew Arkin (Reggie), Scott Cohen (Louie), Rebecca Creskoff (Bobbie), Mark Linn-Baker (Tony), Patricia Kalember (Elizabeth), Michele Pawk (Sheila) and Jama Williamson (Bella).
The play's references were Americanized for the U.S. premiere.
MTC asks, "How do our childhood memories affect our lives? How do the mistakes of one generation impact the next? And most importantly, why does love make us do such crazy things? Interwoven events from the past and present blend together in this wise and witty new play, as two generations of family members work things out in the same bedroom, 50 years apart."
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Next up at the Biltmore is MTC's new production of Brian Friel's Translations, directed by Tony Award winner Garry Hynes. It's a co-production with McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ. Broadway previews begin Jan. 4, 2007, toward a Jan. 25 opening. In 1981, MTC produced the American premiere of Translations.