Look Back in Anger, according to Roundabout, "is often regarded as a pivotal theatrical work of the last century…a shocking and vibrant drama about four people struggling to live together and love each other in 1950s England."
The production officially opens on Feb. 2. The limited engagement plays to April 8 at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre at 111 W. 46th Street.
The company includes Adam Driver (Roundabout's Man and Boy and Mrs. Warren's Profession) as pal Cliff, Sarah Goldberg (London's Clybourne Park - Olivier nomination, Best Supporting Actress) as Allison, Matthew Rhys (TV's "Brothers & Sisters") as Allison's rough husband Jimmy and Charlotte Parry (Roundabout's The Importance of Being Earnest) as Allison's actress friend, Helena.
The design team for the lower middle-class kitchen-sink drama includes Andrew Lieberman (sets), David Zinn (costumes), Mark Barton (lights) and Bray Poor (sound).
Director Gold is a Roundabout Theatre Company associate artist and recently staged the acclaimed production of Tigers Be Still at Roundabout Underground. He also staged Off-Broadway's We Live Here (MTC) and Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons), among other plays.
Look Back in Anger plays Tuesday through Saturday evening at 7:30 PM with Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 PM.
For more information, visit www.roundabouttheatre.org.
Through ACCESS Roundabout, 100 tickets will be available for the first four preview performances (Jan. 13-15) for only $10 each using code ACCESS10.