Harrison, TX, late playwright Horton Foote's three-play collection about the intimate daily encounters in small-town America, ends its Off-Broadway run Sept. 15 at 59E59 Theaters. Tony Award nominee Pam MacKinnon directed the production for Primary Stages.
The first two plays, Blind Date and The One-Armed Man, take place in 1928, while The Midnight Caller is set in 1952. The town of Harrison is based on Foote's hometown of Wharton, TX.
MacKinnon (Clybourne Park, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) directed the production that began Off-Broadway previews July 24 and officially opened Aug. 15.
Harrison, TX, which explores the "humor, darkness, and romance of the people of the titular town," includes the playwright's daughter, Tony nominee Hallie Foote (Dividing the Estate), as well as Tony nominee Jayne Houdyshell (Follies, Well), Mary Bacon (Eccentricities of a Nightingale,Happy Now?, Rock 'N' Roll), Evan Jonigkeit (High), Devon Abner (Dividing the Estate), Jeremy Bobb (Is He Dead?, Shipwrecked), Alexander Cendese (A View From the Bridge), Andrea Lynn Green (Giant) and Jenny Dare Paulin (Dividing the Estate).
The production has scenic design by Marion Williams, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Tyler Micoleau, and original music and sound design by Broken Chord.
Primary Stages premiered Foote's Dividing the Estate prior to its Tony Award-nominated Broadway run in 2008.