By Kenneth Jones
08 Nov 2012
The production is currently in previews and opens on Nov. 13 in The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (480 West 42nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues). Very limited ticket availability remains for the production's initial run. Tickets during the extension weeks are $75 each.
Residency One: David Henry Hwang Series will also include a new production of his play The Dance and the Railroad, directed by May Adrales, and the new play Kung Fu, directed by Silverman.
Drama Desk Award nominee Jennifer Lim of Broadway's Chinglish and Tony Award nominee Julyana Soelistyo of Off-Broadway's The Glorious Ones are among cast members of the new Off-Broadway production of Golden Child. It began performances Oct. 23.
The cast includes Tina Chilip (Leviathan Lab's Twelfth Night) as Servant/Ghost; Nadia Gan (Mirror Rep's The Shanghai Gesture) as Servant/Ghost; Lesley Hu (Off-Broadway debut) as Eng Eling, Third Wife; Lim as Eng Luan, Second Wife; Matthew Maher (CSC's The School for Lies) as Reverend Baines; Annie Q ("Are We There Yet?") as Eng Ahn/Daughter; Tony Award nominee Julyana Soelistyo (original Broadway cast of Golden Child) as Eng Siu-Young, First Wife; and Greg Watanabe (MyNetworkTV's "Watch Over Me") as Grandson/Eng Tieng-Bin.
The design team includes Neil Patel (scenic designer), Anita Yavich (costume designer), Matt Frey (lighting designer), Darron L West (sound designer), Darrel Maloney (projection designer), Tom Watson (hair and wig design), Deb Hecht (dialect coach) and Qian Yi (movement consultant). David H. Lurie is production stage manager.
To purchase tickets for all Signature productions, call the Signature Theatre Box Office at (212) 244-7529 or visit signaturetheatre.org.
Tickets to the initial runs of all Signature productions at The Pershing Square Signature Center are $25, part of the Signature Ticket Initiative: A Generation of Access, a program that guarantees affordable and accessible tickets to every Signature production for the next 20 years. It's made possible by lead partner The Pershing Square Foundation, with additional support provided by Founding Sponsor Time Warner Inc., Margot Adams, the Ford Foundation, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.