Tony nominee Melissa Errico returns to Off-Broadway's Irish Rep (where she starred in Finian’s Rainbow in 2016) for a production of Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane's 1965 musical On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.
Errico stars as Daisy/Melinda alongside Tony nominee Stephen Bogardus (Bright Star) as Dr. Mark Bruckner and John Cudia (ThePhantom of the Opera) as Edward Moncrief.
Helmed by Irish Rep Artistic Director Charlotte Moore, the summer revival began performances June 15 ahead of a June 28 opening. The limited run is scheduled through August 12.
The Off-Broadway premiere of Tracy Letts’ play Mary Page Marlowe, directed by Obie- and Drama Desk Award-winning director Lila Neugebauer (The Wolves, Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo), will begin performances June 19 in Second Stage’s Tony Kiser Theater.
The play pieces together a portrait of a woman from 11 key moments in her life. The title role in the Off-Broadway production is shared by by Blair Brown, Emma Geer, Tatiana Maslany, Susan Pourfar, Mia Sinclair Jenness, and Kellie Overbey.