Casting has been announced for The Pasadena Playhouse's upcoming production of Bernard Weinraub's Above the Fold, which will run Jan. 28-Feb. 23, 2014.
Directed by Steven Robman, opening night is scheduled for Feb. 2.
The cast will feature Oscar and Emmy nominee Taraji P. Henson as well as Kristi Johnson as Monique, Arye Gross as Marvin, Kris Higgins as Victor, Mark Hildreth as Lorne, Joe Massingill as Bobby and Seamus Mulcahy as Eric.
Sheldon Epps, artistic director of The Pasadena Playhouse, said in a statement, "I am tremendously excited about mounting the first production of this play which we developed in our Hothouse series. The play is timely, resonant, hard hitting, and surprising. Bernie writes of a world that he knows very well, so it provides a fascinating insider's look at the intricacies and the sometimes dangerous aspects of the world of journalism. It is always a challenging pleasure to help give birth to new work and I look forward to both the process and to what I know will be the exciting rewards of having this play on our stage."
Director Robman added, "If you've ever wondered how much a news story is affected by the whims and biases of even the most scrupulous reporter, check out this play."
Show times will be Tuesday-Friday at 8 PM, Saturday at 4 PM and 8 PM and Sunday at 2 PM and 7 PM.
The Pasadena Playhouse is located at 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, CA. Tickets are available by calling The Pasadena Playhouse at (626) 356-7529 or by visiting The Pasadena Playhouse Box Office.
For more information visit www.PasadenaPlayhouse.org.
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Fuerza Bruta Wayra
Here Lies Love
On The Town
Piece of My Heart
Scenes From A Marriage
Sex With Strangers
The Country House
The Good and The True
This is Our Youth
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