PHOTO CALL: Mr. Marmalade Imagines Himself to Off-Broadway Opening at Roundabout

News   PHOTO CALL: Mr. Marmalade Imagines Himself to Off-Broadway Opening at Roundabout The Roundabout Theatre Company's Off-Broadway production of Noah Haidle's play Mr. Marmalade, starring "Six Feet Under" actor Michael C. Hall, officially opened at the company's Laura Pels Theatre on Nov. 20.
From Top: Mamie Gummer (left) and Michael C. Hall; Noah Haidle (left) and Michael Greif; Bill Irwin.
From Top: Mamie Gummer (left) and Michael C. Hall; Noah Haidle (left) and Michael Greif; Bill Irwin.

In the play, Hall portrays the title character—an imaginary businessman dreamt up by Lucy (Mamie Gummer), a four year old with a penchant for comically intrepreting the adult world with her friend Larry (Pablo Schreiber). At left, Gummer and Hall, as well as Haidle, director Michael Greif (Rent) and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'s Bill Irwin are seen after the performance. Below, the cast gives their opening night curtain call at the Laura Pels Theatre, which is housed in the Harold & Mimi Steinberg Center for the Theatre, at 11 West 46th Street in New York City.

Photos by Aubrey Reuben


From Left: The cast gives their opening night curtain call; Lynn Nottage.
From Left: The cast gives their opening night curtain call; Lynn Nottage.