Still, who appeared in Tribes director David Cromer's Our Town at the Barrow Street Theatre, succeeds original cast member Jeff Perry as combative family patriarch Christopher. Perry exited the production to begin filming the ABC series "Scandal."
The cast also features Academy Award nominee Mare Winningham ("Georgia," "Mildred Pierce," "The Boys Next Door") as Beth, Will Brill (Cromer's Our Town) as Daniel, Gayle Rankin (The Illusion) as Ruth, Russell Harvard ("The Hammer," "There Will Be Blood") as Billy and Susan Pourfar (Cromer's When the Rain Stops Falling) as Sylvia.
Lucille Lortel and Obie Award-winning director Cromer directs the in-the-round production about a young deaf man who escapes the emotional cacophony of his dysfunctional family when a woman who is losing her hearing transforms his life. It opened to critical raves March 4 and extended its run through Sept. 2.
The creative team includes Tony Award-winning scenic designer Scott Pask, costume designer Tristan Raines, lighting designer Keith Parham, sound designer Daniel Kluger and projection designer Jeff Sugg.
Cromer recently staged Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, as well as the Broadway revival of The House of Blue Leaves. His credits also include Adding Machine, When the Rain Stops Falling, Picnic and the short-lived 2009 Broadway revival of Brighton Beach Memoirs.
Scott Morfee, Jean Doumanian and Tom Wirtshafter, who produced Cromer's acclaimed staging of Thornton Wilder's Our Town Off-Broadway, are the produces of Tribes. Patrick Daly, of Jean Doumanian Productions, is also among the producers.
For tickets visit Smarttix.com. The Barrow Street Theatre is located at 27 Barrow Street.