Finding the Rooster Opens at 13th Street Rep May 8

News   Finding the Rooster Opens at 13th Street Rep May 8
The limited engagement of Terence Patrick Hughes' 1965-set drama Finding the Rooster officially opens at the 13th Street Rep May 8.

Finding the Rooster, penned and directed by 13th Street Rep playwright in residence Hughes, began previews May 1 and will play a five-week engagement through June 7.

Featured in the cast are Jonathan Schlieman, Kathryn Browne, Dave Benger, Kevin Hauver and Reggie Oldham.

Finding the Rooster is the second installment in Hughes' ten-play cycle The Trials of Oscar the Great. Set in New England in 1965, Rooster, according to press notes, "follows the wealthy and volatile Fine family whose profits and losses both emanate from war. On this evening, the father of the family, a wealthy weapons manufacturer and self-made man, has summoned some lawyers to his elegant home to draw up divorce papers in reaction to his wife's alleged affair."

Designing the production are Tom Harlan (set design), Dylan Cohen (lighting design), Larry Wilbur (sound design) and Stacie Vye (costume design).

For tickets, priced $20, phone (212) 675-6677 or visit 13StRep. The 13th Street Rep is located at 50 West 13th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues in Manhattan.

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