Second City Alumni Join Odd Couple of Tim Kazurinsky and George Wendt in Chicago-Area Revival This Fall
21 Aug 2012
Danny Breen, William Dick, Molly Glynn, Marc Grapey, Bruce Jarchow and Katherine Keberlein will be in the company of the previously announced Tim Kazurinsky and George Wendt for Northlight Theatre's new production of The Odd Couple.
Artistic director BJ Jones, freshly nominated for a Jeff Award for his production of The Pitmen Painters, will stage the Neil Simon comedy in Skokie, IL, Nov. 2-Dec. 9. Opening is Nov. 9.
Kazurinsky ("Saturday Night Live") plays Felix and George Wendt ("Cheers," Broadway's Art, Hairspray and Elf) is Oscar in the comedy about mismatched, middle-aged, divorced roommates. They will be joined by fellow Second City alumni Danny Breen (Vinnie) and Bruce Jarchow (Roy), along with William Dick (Speed), Molly Glynn (Cecily), Marc Grapey (Murray the Cop) and Katherine Keberlein (Gwen).
Wendt, Kazurinsky, Breen and Jarchow all performed with The Second City in 1979, and all appeared together in The Second City Alumni Reunion Show – Class of '79 in June 2010.
Northlight's home is at North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Boulevard, in Skokie. For more information, visit northlight.org.
Set in the magical world of La Belle Epoque Paris, where fashion, glamour, and passion prevail, Lerner and Loewe's celebrated musical is a romantic comedy about one young woman's journey to find her true self... and her true love.