The sonorous star of Off-Broadway's Tea at Five and Our Leading Lady and TV's "Star Trek: Voyager" plays the anguished mother of the title character, who is also the wife of Agamemnon. Iphigenia began previews Aug. 7 and was scheduled to continue through Sept. 30, but due to ticket demand, has been extended through Oct. 7. ***
At left (from top): Director Tina Landau and Kate Mulgrew; playwright Charles L. Mee; Tom Nelis and Louisa Krause; Emily Kinney; Rocco Sisto; JD Goldblatt and Will Fowler; Chasten Harmon; Jimonn Cole and Jesse Hooker; Seth Numrich; Matthew Rauch and Heather Randall; Romulus Linney; and Brian Murray and Jane Houdyshell.
Below: The cast of Iphigenia 2.0 takes its opening-night bows.
photos by Aubrey Reuben