Tennessee Williams Will Be Explored in Drama in the Afternoon; Casting Announced
14 Jul 2014
Drama in the Afternoon, featuring works from Tennessee Williams' Spring Storm, Summer and Smoke, Sweet Bird of Youth and Orpheus Descending, will be presented July 20-21 at 2 PM at Studios 353 in Manhattan.
The cast will feature James Allen McCune, Anne-Marie Mueschke, Thom Niemann, Largo Woodruff, Olivia Fanders, Will Flamm, Matt Gorkis, Rebecca Knowles, Kaitlin Noble, Victoria Oliver, Paul Thode, Sydney Shuck, Sarah Spring, Dylan Ungaretta and Jaclyn Bethany.
The creative team includes stage manager Miriam Salzman, assistant director Anne-Marie Mueschke, assistant stage manager Honey Holman, lighting designer Jared Goldenberg, sound designer Lloyd Bourne and costume designer Hannah Sheen.
Part of "Performing on the Edge," produced by Opera New York/Academy for the Performing Artist/The Writer's Stage/IPA Management and Studio 353, the afternoons are presented by Jaclyn Bethany.
Studios 353 are located at 353 W. 48th Street, 2nd Floor. Tickets are $10 and available by reservation only. To reserve tickets, visit operany.com or call (212) 580-7336.
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