Labyrinth's Radiance, Starring Ana Reeder and Kohl Sudduth, Extends Off-Broadway

By Adam Hetrick
November 26, 2012

The Labyrinth Theater Company's world premiere of Cusi Cram's Radiance, starring Ana Reeder and Kohl Sudduth, has extended its Off-Broadway run through Dec. 8 at the Bank Street Theater.



Radiance began previews Nov. 7 and officially opened Nov. 16. The Off-Broadway run reunites Reeder (Hedda Gabler, Top Girls, Sight Unseen) and Sudduth (Take Me Out), who performed in a one-night-only reading of the play for Rising Phoenix Repertory in June.

Suzanne Agins staged that production and returned to helm the Labyrinth engagement.

Completing the cast are Kelly AuCoin (Julius Caesar) and Aarom Roman Weiner (A Steady Rain).

Inspired by true events, here's how Radiance is characterized: "In 1955, Captain Robert Lewis walks into a bar off Hollywood Boulevard, looking to escape his guilt, his shame — and a tenacious television producer from 'This is Your Life.' What he finds instead is a mysterious woman, whose familiar face conjures visions of his dark past and a moment in time that irrevocably changed the world."

The design team includes David Meyer (scenic design), Emily Pepper (costume design), Nick Francone (lighting design) and Daniel Kluger (sound design).

For tickets, visit LabTheater.org. The Bank Street Theater is located at 155 Bank St.