Roundabout to Do Richard Greenberg's Hurrah at Last, May `99 At Pels

News   Roundabout to Do Richard Greenberg's Hurrah at Last, May `99 At Pels
 
The Roundabout Theatre Company will present the New York premiere of Richard Greenberg's new play Hurrah at Last at the Laura Pels Theatre in May 1999, said William Morris' George Lane, who reps Greenberg. As at South Coast Repertory, where the play premiered this spring, David Warren will direct.

The Roundabout Theatre Company will present the New York premiere of Richard Greenberg's new play Hurrah at Last at the Laura Pels Theatre in May 1999, said William Morris' George Lane, who reps Greenberg. As at South Coast Repertory, where the play premiered this spring, David Warren will direct.

Hurrah at Last is set on Christmas Eve in a posh Manhattan loft and has been described as a play that "demonstrates how we manage to avoid homicides with our families over a holiday period."

The South Coast Rep production starred Judith Blazer (Titanic), Peter Frechette (Greenberg's Eastern Standard and Night and Her Stars), Ileen Getz and Bradley Whitford. Greenberg, who resides in NY, is the author of numerous plays including Eastern Standard, Night and Her Stars, and Three Days of Rain -- which had its world premiere in 1997 at South Coast Rep and went on to an acclaimed run at the Manhattan Theatre Club.

Hurrah's director, Warren, staged Night and Her Stars and more recently directed Misalliance at NY's Roundabout Theatre and the world premiere of Barry Manilow's Harmony at the La Jolla Playhouse in CA.

Current Roundabout productions include Side Man on the mainstage, You Never Can Tell at the Pels, and Cabaret at the Kit Kat Klub. --By Robert Simonson and Rebecca Paller

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