Off-Broadway's Mint Disinherits Voysey, March 12

News   Off-Broadway's Mint Disinherits Voysey, March 12 When Off-Broadway's Mint Theater mounted Harley Granville-Barker's 1905 play, The Voysey Inheritance, in spring 1998, the show sold out its four-week run. Upon bring the production back this year, it was a hit all over again. Beginning Jan. 12, the play was slated to end its run on Feb. 13, but due to admiring reviews, the Mint extended the engagement on month. Now, the play will finally close, on March 12.

When Off-Broadway's Mint Theater mounted Harley Granville-Barker's 1905 play, The Voysey Inheritance, in spring 1998, the show sold out its four-week run. Upon bring the production back this year, it was a hit all over again. Beginning Jan. 12, the play was slated to end its run on Feb. 13, but due to admiring reviews, the Mint extended the engagement on month. Now, the play will finally close, on March 12.

George Morfogen heads the cast. Morfogen was recently featured in the Public Theater's production of Hamlet, starring Liev Schreiber. He previously appeared at the Mint in the title role of Austin Pendleton's Uncle Bob. The cast is rounded out by Robert Boardman, Lisa Bostnar (a Mint regular), Chet Carlin, Kurt Everhart, Sally Kemp, Jack Koenig, Sioux Madden, Sevanne Martin, Arleigh Richards and Kraig Swartz.

Voysey is one of British playwright Granville-Barker's best-known plays. It has been oft revived in London with success and was presented in a modified version at New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre in 1990, but never saw New York until the Mint dusted off the work.

Gus Kaikkonnen directs. For information, call (212) 315-0231.

-- By Robert Simonson