Fitzgerald (Amour, Observe the Sons of Ulster...) and Stone (The Smell of the Kill, Design For Living) star as romantic leads Henry Dewlip and his secretary Miss Smith in the Huntington production. Springtime for Henry focuses on the charming playboy who may just change his ways when he falls for his secretary.
Martin, who directed the recent Boston-to-Off-Broadway transfer of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, directs a cast that also includes Mia Barron and Jeremy Shamos. The design team for Springtime for Henry include James Noone (set), David Weiner (lights), Michael Krass (costumes), and Kurt Kellenberger (sound).
Actor Robert Sean Leonard was originally tapped to headline in this Huntington production, but bowed out for the Broadway production of Long Day's Journey Into Night.
London-born Levy's Springtime for Henry premiered on Broadway in 1931. The play was later adapted for the big screen in 1934.
Tickets to Springtime for Henry, at the Huntington, 264 Huntington Ave. in Boston, MA, can be purchased through (617) 266-0800. For more information, visit their website at www.huntingtontheatre.org.