Mia Dillon, Brian Murray and Gordana Rashovich Star in A Song at Twilight at Hartford Stage, Beginning Feb. 20
By Carey Purcell
Hartford Stage's 50th anniversary season continues with Noel Coward's A Song at Twilight, which begins performances at the Connecticut venue Feb. 20.
Directed by former artistic director Mark Lamos, the co-production with Westport Country Playhouse runs through March 16 at Hartford Stage.
The cast includes Tony nominee Mia Dillon (Crimes of the Heart, Our Town), Tony nominee Brian Murray (The Little Foxes, The Crucible), Gordana Rashovich (Conversations With My Father, Cymbeline) and Nicholas Carriere (The Lion King, The Cherry Orchard).
"One of the playwright's last works (1966), A Song at Twilight takes place in a luxurious Swiss hotel, where a famous writer and his embittered wife await the arrival of his old flame — and her stack of incriminating letters," press notes state. "Coward's brave and bittersweet tale examines the consequences of living a lie."
A playwright, composer, director, actor and singer, Coward's written works include Hay Fever, Design for Living, Private Lives and Blithe Spirit.
A Song at Twilight features set design by Alexander Dodge, costume design by Fabio Toblini, lighting design by Matthew Richards and sound design by John Gromada.
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