Jim Brochu Is The Man Who Came to Dinner, Beginning Nov. 26 | Playbill

News Jim Brochu Is The Man Who Came to Dinner, Beginning Nov. 26
Drama Desk winner Jim Brochu stars as radio personality Sheridan Whiteside in the Peccadillo Theater Company production of Kaufman and Hart's The Man Who Came to Dinner, which begins performances Off-Broadway Nov. 26 at the Theatre at St. Clement's.

Jim Brochu
Jim Brochu

Obie-winning director Dan Wackerman stages the classic comedy that will officially open Dec. 4 for a run through Dec. 18.

Brochu (Zero Hour, The Last Session) stars as Whiteside, who makes himself a guest of the Stanley household. He is joined by Tony Award winner Cady Huffman (The Producers, Will Rogers Follies), who plays actress Lorraine Sheldon.

Also featured in the cast are Amy Landon, Joseph R. Sicari, Dave Bobb, Ray Crisara, Ira Denmark, Scott Evans, Thursday Farrar, Kevin Fugaro, Jenna Gavigan, Kristin Griffith, Einar Gunn, Susan Jeffries, Kristine Nevins, John Seidman, Carolyn Seiff, Jay Stratton, Tony Triano, Susan Varon, Reggie Whitehead, DaRon Lamar Williams and John Windsor-Cunningham.

Here's how the Peccadillo bills the 1939 comedy: "Celebrated critic and radio personality Sheridan Whiteside slips on an icy doorstep while on a December lecture tour. Confined for several weeks of recovery at the Midwestern home of the utterly conventional Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, he proceeds to turn the family’s life inside out with his incessant demands, long-distance phone calls and parade of eccentric celebrity guests. As Whiteside’s secretary Maggie says, 'He would see his mother burned at the stake if that was the only way he could light his cigarette!'"

The Man Who Came to Dinner has scenic design by Harry Feiner, costume design by Amy Pedigo-Otto and lighting design by Jimmy Lawlor.

For tickets, priced $25, phone (212) 352-3101 or visit ThePeccadillo.com. The Theatre at St. Clement's is located at 423 West 46th Street.

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