Pasadena's Mauritius Has Kollender, Magrath, Abruzzo, McKenna and Billingsley

News   Pasadena's Mauritius Has Kollender, Magrath, Abruzzo, McKenna and Billingsley
The Pasadena Playhouse's West Coast premiere production of Theresa Rebeck's Mauritius, March 27-April 26, will feature Kirsten Kollender and Monette Magrath as half-sisters feuding over a family stamp collection.

Following the play's 2007 Broadway run, produced by Manhattan Theatre Club, the play is now enjoying a wide life in regional theatres.

The Pasadena cast, directed by Jessica Kubzansky, co-artistic director of The Theatre @ Boston Court, also includes Ray Abruzzo ("The Sopranos" and "LA Law"), John Billingsley ("True Blood," "Star Trek: Enterprise") and Chris L. McKenna (Art School Confidential).

Rebeck is a Pulitzer finalist for Omnium Gatherum. Her work includes The Scene, Our House and more.

The creative team includes Tom Buderwitz (scenic design), Maggie Morgan (costume design), Jaymi Lee Smith (lighting design), John Zalewski (original music and sound design), Tim Weske (fight choreographer), Michael Donovan (casting), Jill Gold (production stage manager) and Hethyr Verhoef (assistant stage manager).

Opening is April 3 at Pasadena Playhouse, 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, CA. For more information visit


Mauritius was developed at the Lark Play Development Center, New York City. The play was originally produced by the Huntington Theatre Company, Boston.

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