PHOTO CALL: Strathairn Leads Williamstown Hit Rodney's Wife to Manhattan with Dec. 1 Opening

News   PHOTO CALL: Strathairn Leads Williamstown Hit Rodney's Wife to Manhattan with Dec. 1 Opening
 
Rodney's Wife, the new play written and directed by Richard Nelson, is receiving its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons after a lauded run at the Williamstown Theatre Festival earlier this year.
From Top: Maryann Plunkett and Chris Noth; Haviland Morris
From Top: Maryann Plunkett and Chris Noth; Haviland Morris

David Strathairn plays Rodney, an actor in 1962 Rome, who is surrounded by his 25-year-old daughter, recently widowed sister, manager and wife as he prepares to shoot one of the first "spaghetti westerns" of the time. At left, castmember Maryann Plunkett and Chris Noth ("Sex and the City"), as well as co-star Haviland Morris arrive at the post-opening reception at the West Bank Cafe on West 42nd Street in New York City. Below, the cast gives their opening night curtain call at Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theatre.

Rodney's Wife features scenic and costume design by Susan Hilferty, lighting by David Weiner and sound design by Scott Lehrer. The production is scheduled to run through Dec. 19.

Photos are by Aubrey Reuben


The cast gives their opening night curtain call
The cast gives their opening night curtain call
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