By Carey Purcell
28 Jun 2013
|Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN|
The season also includes productions of the Pulitzer and Tony-winning Clybourne Park (July 19-28) and Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors (Aug. 9-16) on the Bratton Theater Mainstage. Additionally, The Romeo & Juliet Project will be staged July 27 in the Chautauqua Amphitheater.
Along with Harris Yulin and Candy Buckley, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof features Conservatory actors Carly Zien (Yale School of Drama) and Peter Mark Kendall (recent graduate of Trinity Rep/Brown MFA program) as Maggie and Brick, along with Matt Raich (Gooper), Mallory Portnoy (Mae), Anthony Goes (Dr. Baugh) and David Vegh (Rev. Tooker). The production is directed by Lisa Rothe (Hold These Truths).
Directed by Davis McCallum (Water by the Spoonful, The Whale), Clybourne Park will feature Marin Hinkle (“Two and A Half Men," Electra) as Bev/Kathy, Andy Weems (Born Yesterday, Inherit the Wind) as Russ/Dan, and, in his CTC debut, Sean Dugan (“Smash,” Next Fall) as Karl/Steve. Conservatory members Tangela Large (Francine/ena), Stephen Spencer (Jim, Tom, Kenneth), Mary Wiseman (Betsy/Lindsay) and Landon Woodson (Albert/Kevin) are also featured in the cast.
CTC associate artistic director Andrew Borba will direct The Comedy of Errors, which will feature the talents of the CTC Conservatory. Returning guest artist John Seidman will play Egeon.
The Romeo & Juliet Project will re-interpret this classic tale of star-crossed lovers in a ground-breaking multi-disciplinary reimagining July 27 on the celebrated 5,000-seat Ampitheater stage. Conceived and directed by CTC artistic director Vivienne Benesch, Chautauqua Institution’s production of The Romeo & Juliet Project is an original retelling of Shakespeare’s love story. It is also the first in a three-year series of projects featuring the collaborative efforts both off and onstage of Chautauqua’s signature arts programs, including Chautauqua Opera Company, Chautauqua Theater Company, Chautauqua Dance, Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra and the Chautauqua Music Festival.
For more information and tickets, call (716) 357-6250 or visit CIWeb.org.