Original Cast Member Thomas Sadoski Returns to Broadway's Other Desert Cities May 8

News   Original Cast Member Thomas Sadoski Returns to Broadway's Other Desert Cities May 8 Tony Award nominee Thomas Sadoski returns to share a rocky Palm Springs Christmas in the Broadway production of Jon Robin Baitz's Other Desert Cities May 8 at the Booth Theatre.

Thomas Sadoski
Thomas Sadoski

Sadoski (Reasons to Be Pretty), who originated the role of Trip Wyeth in the Off-Broadway and Broadway productions of Other Desert Cities, exited the Broadway run in January to film the new Aaron Sorkin HBO series "The Newsroom." Visit his page in the Playbill Vault.

He was succeeded by "Weeds" actor Justin Kirk, and most recently by longtime Other Desert Cities cast member Matthew Risch (Pal Joey, Legally Blonde).

The cast of Other Desert Cities also features Tony Award winner Stockard Channing (Six Degrees of Separation, The House of Blue Leaves) as Polly Wyeth, Golden Globe winner Stacy Keach (Indians, "Hemingway") as Lyman Wyeth, Tony nominee Judith Light (Lombardi, "Ugly Betty") as Silda Grauman and Elizabeth Marvel ("True Grit," Top Girls) as Brooke Wyeth.

Authored by Baitz and directed by Joe MantelloOther Desert Cities began Broadway previews Oct. 12, 2011, and officially opened Nov. 3 at the Booth Theatre. The acclaimed play premiered Off-Broadway in 2011 at Lincoln Center Theater's Mitzi E. Newhouse space.

The production was nominated for five 2012 Tony Awards, including Best Play.  Here's how LCT bills the play: "In Other Desert Cities Brooke Wyeth (Marvel), a once promising novelist, returns home after a six year absence to celebrate Christmas in Palm Springs with her parents, former members of the Reagan inner-circle (Channing and Keach), her brother (Risch) and her aunt (Light). When Brooke announces that she is about to publish a memoir focusing on an explosive chapter in the family’s history, the holiday reunion is thrown into turmoil and the Wyeths are both bound together and torn apart as they struggle to come to terms with their past."

The Broadway production features Lincoln Center Theater's original design team: John Lee Beatty (sets), David Zinn (costumes), Kenneth Posner (lighting), Jill BC DuBoff (sound) and Justin Ellington (original music).

For tickets, priced $56.50-$126.50, visit Telecharge. A limited number of tickets priced $31.50 will be available at every performance through LincTix, LCT's new program for 21 to 35 year olds. For information and to enroll, visit LincTix.org.

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