By Andrew Gans
31 Jan 2012
|Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN|
A reception with the cast and director, Jodie Markell, will follow the performance.
"Suddenly Last Summer is Tennessee Williams' ground-breaking and fascinating play centered on a terrible secret surrounding a troubled young man's death, which occurred during a vacation trip. What actually did happen that summer? The answer to that question, a classic American play and some terrific acting are in store for our audience," said Margot Harley, producing artistic director of The Acting Company, in a statement.
The Acting Company just began its 39th national tour at the Guthrie Theater and will play New York's Baruch Performing Arts Center in April presenting Julius Caesar, a new production directed by Rob Melrose of San Francisco's Cutting Ball Theater, and The Comedy of Errors, directed by Ian Belknap. Founded by John Houseman and Margot Harley in 1972, The Acting Company has toured to 49 states and 10 foreign countries earning a Tony for Excellence in Theater, Obies, Audelcos and Los Angeles Critics Circle Awards.