Bogosian's post-show discussion is scheduled to follow the Tuesday, Feb. 5 performance of the Harold Pinter play. Show time is 7 PM. Bogosian, who currently stars in NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," directed a production of Pinter's The Caretaker during his undergraduate studies at the University of Chicago in 1973.
Additional talkback sessions will be announced shortly.
The revival of Pinter's The Homecoming — starring Ian McShane, Raúl Esparza and Eve Best — officially opened at the Cort Theatre Dec. 16. The production will end its limited engagement April 13.
Directed by Daniel Sullivan, the company comprises McShane, Esparza, Best, Michael McKean, James Frain and Gareth Saxe. (A free run-through of The Homecoming was presented Nov. 25 at New World Stages to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. That evening featured the entire Broadway cast.)
Set in North London, The Homecoming, according to press notes, "concerns the ultimate dysfunctional family, presided over by its patriarch Max (McShane). Living under his dilapidated roof are his younger brother Sam (McKean), and two of his sons: Lenny (Esparza), the town pimp, and Joey (Saxe), a boxer-in-training. Tensions begin to flair with the arrival of Max's eldest son Teddy (Frain), who returns home . . . with his new wife Ruth (Best). Seduction, betrayal, and divisiveness ensue, as the family welcomes the homecoming of its estranged brother and vies for the attention of his dangerously alluring wife." The design team features set designer Eugene Lee, lighting designer Kenneth Posner, costume designer Jess Goldstein and sound designer John Gromada.
Harold Pinter is also the author of The Caretaker, Betrayal, The Room, Ashes to Ashes and Celebration.
The Homecoming is produced on Broadway by Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Jam Theatricals, Ergo Entertainment, Barbara and Buddy Freitag, Michael Gardner, Herb Goldsmith, Terry Schnuck, Hal Thau, Michael Filerman/Lynn Peyser and Ronald Frankel/David Jaroslowitz.
The Homecoming made its Broadway debut in January 1967 at the Music Box Theatre. The production won four 1967 Tonys: Best Play, Best Direction of a Play (Peter Hall), Best Actor in a Play (Paul Rogers) and Best Featured Actor in a Play (Ian Holm). A revival was seen in 1991 at the Criterion Center Stage Right.
The Cort Theatre is located in Manhattan at 138 West 48th Street.
For more information visit TheHomecomingOnBroadway.com.