Take a First Look at Denzel Washington in The Iceman Cometh on Broadway

Production Photos   Take a First Look at Denzel Washington in The Iceman Cometh on Broadway
 
The revival of the Eugene O'Neill classic opens April 26 on Broadway.
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Denzel Washington Julieta Cervantes

Eugene O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh returns to Broadway with the fourth Broadway production; it began previews March 23 and opens April 26.

The play takes place in the summer of 1912 at Harry Hope's saloon on New York's lower west side and tells the story of a boisterous salesman who compels his fellow barflies to confront their pipe dreams.

The Iceman Cometh is directed by George C. Wolfe and officially opens on April 26. The cast also includes: Denzel Washington (A Raisin In The Sun) as Theodore Hickman, Colm Meaney (A Moon For The Misbegotten) as Harry Hope, David Morse (The Seafarer) as Larry Slade, Bill Irwin (Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?) as Ed Mosher, Tammy Blanchard (How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying) as Cora, Carolyn Braver (Airline Highway) as Pearl, Austin Butler (The Shannara Chronicles) as Don Parrit, Joe Forbrich (The Front Page) as Lieb, Nina Grollman as Margie, Thomas Michael Hammond (M. Butterfly) as Moran, Neal Huff (The Tempest) as Willie Oban, Danny Mastrogiorgio (Rocky) as Chuck Morello, Dakin Matthews (Waitress) as Piet Wetjoen, Danny McCarthy (Grace) as Rocky Pioggi, Jack McGee as Pat McGloin, Clark Middleton as Hugo Kalmar, MIchael Potts (The Book Of Mormon) as Joe Mott, Reg Rogers (Present Laughter) as Jimmy Tomorrow, and Frank Wood as Cecil Lewis.

Flip through photos of the show below:

The creative team includes: Santo Loquasto as the scenic designer, Ann Roth as the costume designer, Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer as the lighting designers, and Dan Moses Schreier as the sound designer.

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