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Broadway News Broadway's Upcoming Grey House Completes Casting

See who's joining Laurie Metcalf, Tatiana Maslany, and Sophia Anne Caruso in the Main Stem premiere of Levi Holloway's play, directed by Joe Mantello.

Laurie Metcalf, Tatiana Maslany, and Sophia Anne Caruso

Full casting has been revealed for the upcoming Broadway debut of Levi Holloway's Grey House. Directed by Joe Mantello, the production will begin April 29 at the Lyceum Theatre with opening night set for May 30.

As previously announced, the production will star Laurie Metcalf as Raleigh, Tatiana Maslany as Max, Paul Sparks as Henry, Sophia Anne Caruso as Marlow, and Millicent Simmonds as Bernie. Joining them will by Cyndi Coyne as The Ancient, Colby Kipnes as Squirrel, Alyssa Emily Marvin as A1656, and Eamon Patrick O'Connell as The Boy.

Joining the production's creative team is Andrew Morrill, who will serve as director of artistic sign language. 

The production will also have scenic design by three-time Tony winner Scott Pask, costume design by Emmy nominee Rudy Mance, lighting design by seven-time Tony winner Natasha Katz, sound design by Tony nominee Tom Gibbons, musical supervision and a cappella arrangements by Obie winner Or Matias, choreography by Tony nominee Camille A. Brown, casting by David Caparelliotis, and general management by Foresight Theatrical.

Grey House follows a couple whose car crashes on a mountain and subsequently seek shelter in an isolated cabin with somewhat unusual inhabitants. As the blizzard outside continues, the couple becomes less and less sure of what's true and why a sound in the walls keeps getting louder.

Originally developed and produced by A Red Orchid Theatre, the work made its world premiere in Chicago in 2019, directed by Shade Murray; that production won three Jeff Awards, including Best New Work, in 2020. Tom Kirdahy and Robert Ahrens will produce the Broadway premiere.


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