Tix for Exit the King Revival, with Sarandon, Rush, Ambrose and Martin, Go On Sale Jan. 25

News   Tix for Exit the King Revival, with Sarandon, Rush, Ambrose and Martin, Go On Sale Jan. 25
Tickets for the upcoming Broadway revival of Eugene Ionesco's Exit the King, which begins previews March 7 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, go on sale to the public Jan. 25
Andrea Martin
Andrea Martin

Tickets, priced $66.50-$116.50, are now available by calling (212) 239-6200, by logging on to www.telecharge.com or by visiting the Barrymore Theatre box office at 243 West 47th Street. Box office hours are Monday-Saturday 10 AM-8 PM and Sunday from 12 noon-6 PM.

As previously announced, the Exit cast will feature Geoffrey Rush, who won an Academy Award for his performance in Shine, and fellow Oscar winner Susan Sarandon as well as "Six Feet Under" star Lauren Ambrose (Awake and Sing!) and Tony Award winner Andrea Martin (My Favorite Year, Young Frankenstein). Opening night on Broadway is set for March 26; the limited engagement will run through June 14.

Australian director Neil Armfield will helm the production. Armfield also directed Exit the King, which features a translation by the director and actor Rush, last year at the Belvoir St. Theatre in Sydney. That production also cast Oscar winner Rush in the title role.

Exit the King, according to press notes, "is a hilarious and poignant comedy about a megalomaniacal ruler, King Berenger (Rush) whose incompetence has left his country in near ruin. Despite the efforts of Queen Marguerite (Sarandon) and the other members of the court to convince the King he has only 90 minutes left to live, he refuses to relinquish any control."

The design team includes includes Dale Ferguson (set and costume), Damien Cooper (lighting) and Russell Goldsmith (sound). John Rodgers is the composer.

Exit the King will be produced on Broadway by Stuart Thompson, Robert Fox, Howard Panter, Tulchin/Bartner, Scott Rudin, The Shubert Organization and Jon B. Platt.

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