Adapted and directed by Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner James Lapine ( Into the Woods, Passion, Sunday in the Park With George), the production is based on Hart's 1954 memoir "Act One," chronicling the life of the famed playwright-director from his poor Bronx beginnings to becoming Broadway royalty. Previews began March 20.
They are joined by two-time Tony Award winner Andrea Martin ( Pippin, My Favorite Year), Bob Ari ( Frost/Nixon, The Constant Wife), Bill Army ( Relatively Speaking), Will Brill ( Tribes), Laurel Casillo (Off-Broadway's Bryan and Kim), Tony Award winner Chuck Cooper ( The Life), Steven Kaplan (Off-Broadway's Book Club), Will LeBow ( The Merchant of Venice at A.R.T.), Mimi Lieber ( I'm Not Rappaport), Charlotte Maier ( The Columnist), Noah Marlowe ( Mary Poppins), Greg McFadden ( The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial), Deborah Offner (LCT's Everett Beekin), Lance Roberts ( Cat on a Hot Tin Roof), Matthew Saldivar ( Peter and the Starcatcher), Matthew Schechter ( Newsies), Jonathan Spivey ( Richard III), Wendy Rich Stetson ( A Free Man of Color), Bob Stillman (Dirty Blonde) and Amy Warren ( August: Osage County).
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Tickets, priced $77-$137, are available via telecharge.com or by visiting lct.org. A limited number of tickets priced $32 are available at every performance through LincTix, LCT’s program for 21-35 year olds. For information and to enroll, visit LincTix.org.
The Vivian Beaumont Theater is located at 150 West 65 Street.