Kevin Anderson is now in rehearsal to make his first New York stage appearance since going to London to play Joe Gillis to Patti LuPone's Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard.
The new play, a dark one by David Ives, is called The Red Address and follows a seemingly ordinary American businessman and the relationship between his public life and powerful romance with his beautiful wife. Red Address is scheduled to premere at Off Broadway's Second Stage Theatre Jan. 3, under the direction of Pamela (Steel Magnolias) Berlin. Previews begin Dec. 10.
Anderson stars as the intense businessman. In his support are Cady McLain, Ned Eisenberg, Welker White, Josh Hopkins and Jon Devries. Kevin Anderson's previous roles include parts in Orpheus Descending, Moonchildren and Orphans. Pamela Berlin's New York credits include The Family Of Mann and Steel Magnolias.
For tickets ($32.50-$37.50) and information about The Red Address at The Second Stage Theatre, 2162 Broadway, call (212) 873-6103. -- By Harry Haun and David Lefkowitz