Directed by Stephen Wadsworth, with set design is by Thomas Lynch, costume design by Martin Pakledinaz, lighting by David Lander and sound by Jon Gottlieb, it is produced in the West End by Max Cooper, Maberry Theatricals, the Marks-Moore-Turnbull Group, Ted Snowdon and Sonia Friedman Productions in association with the Manhattan Theatre Club. Further casting is still to be announced.
The play was previously seen in the West End in a short-lived run at the Queen's Theatre in 1997, when the original Broadway production transferred with Patti LuPone, who had taken over the role of Maria Callas from Zoe Caldwell.
The play takes audiences to one of Callas' famous master classes, where, late in her own career, she dares the next generation to make the same sacrifices and rise to the same heights that made her the most celebrated, the most reviled and the most controversial singer of her time. The Tony-winning play first opened on Broadway in 1995; this production was first seen at Washington DC's Kennedy Center before transferring to Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre earlier this year.
Daly is best known on TV for her roles as Detective Mary Beth Lacey in "Cagney and Lacey," for which she won four Emmy Awards, as well as Maxine Gray in "Judging Amy" and Alice Henderson in "Christy." Her Broadway credits include a Tony-winning performance in Gypsy, Arkadina in The Seagull and Rabbit Hole.
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