Warren Leight's jazz-based drama, Side Man, will celebrate its one year anniversary Mar. 3, with all the original cast on board.
Since its opening at Off-Broadway's Classic Stage Company, the production has seen numerous changes including cast and venues. The drama began its New York life at downtown's CSC on Mar. 3, 1998, before its move to the Roundabout and eventual move to Broadway's John Golden Theatre.
Robert Sella (The Water Children, Mourning Becomes Electra, My Fair Lady), who returned March 2, reunites with the other original cast members Edie Falco, Kevin Geer, Michael Mastro, Joseph Lyle Taylor, Angelica Torn, and Frank Wood. Falco left the show at the end of the CSC run for a role in the HBO series "The Sopranos" but rejoined it on Broadway Jan. 8.
The jazz-based drama, by Warren Leight, tells of a man's love of jazz ruining his marriage -- and his wife's sanity.
For ticket information on Side Man at Broadway's John Golden Theatre, call (212) 239-6200.