Stage and Screen Actors Ready to Be All That I Will Ever Be in New Alan Ball Play

News   Stage and Screen Actors Ready to Be All That I Will Ever Be in New Alan Ball Play
Peter Macdissi, Austin Lysy, Stuart Margolin and Patch Darragh will appear in the upcoming New York Theatre Workshop world premiere of Alan Ball's All That I Will Ever Be, has learned.

The actors have already been cast in the work which is still seeking for two more double roles, according to a casting notice. The run is listed to play Jan. 17-March 11, 2007 at the downtown venue. Casting and dates could not be confirmed at press time.

Macdissi ("Six Feet Under"), Lysy (The Water's Edge, Hobson's Choice), Margolin ("The Rockford Files") and Darragh (The Ruby Sunrise, Our Town) will appear in the work directed by Jo Bonney (Some Girl(s), subUrbia).

From the Academy Award-winning pen of "American Beauty" writer (and "Six Feet Under" creator), comes Ball's first new play in more than a dozen years. The tale that unfolds is "seen through the eyes of two young men in Los Angeles, one a restless native Angeleno, the other an enigmatic immigrant from the Middle East."

The 2006-2007 NYTW lineup began with the current run of ¡El Conquistador! (through Oct. 22) and continues with Martha Clarke's Kaos (starting Nov. 10). The American premiere of René Pollesch's 24 Hours Are Not a Day will close out the season (April 2007).

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