PHOTO CALL: The Family Naughton Congratulates Keria on Broadway's Dance of Death


16 Oct 2001

Photo by Photo by Aubrey Reuben
There are only a few families more theatrical than the Naughtons (say, the Barrymores or the Booths), but Tony winner James Naughton (Chicago, City of Angels) brought the brood (Pamela, at left, and former actor-manager of the Blue Light Theatre Company Greg, at right) out to congratulate Keira (center, right) on her role in Broadway's Dance of Death, which opened Oct. 11 at the Broadhurst.
There are only a few families more theatrical than the Naughtons (say, the Barrymores or the Booths), but Tony winner James Naughton (Chicago, City of Angels) brought the brood (Pamela, at left, and former actor-manager of the Blue Light Theatre Company Greg, at right) out to congratulate Keira (center, right) on her role in Broadway's Dance of Death, which opened Oct. 11 at the Broadhurst.

In Strindberg's Dance of Death, Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren star as Edgar and Alice, husband and wife for 25 years, who dwell in a home they have dubbed "Little Hell." As they prepare for their silver anniversary, a figure from their past enters the scene. Dance of Death, directed by Sean Mathias, plays the Broadhurst through Jan. 13, 2002.