Kelley Curran, who recently starred in Bedlam's acclaimed adaptation of Peter Pan, will return Off-Broadway in March to star in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale at Theatre For a New Audience. Also leading the cast will be Anatol Yusef (The Public's Hamlet), who will take on the role of King Leontes.
Obie Award winner Arin Arbus will direct the tragicomedy at Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, with previews set to begin March 13.
Yusef and Curran will be joined by Oberon K.A. Adjepong as Antigonus, Maechi Aharanwa as Mopsa, Arnie Burton as Autolycus, Eddie Ray Jackson as Florizel, Mahira Kakkar as Paulina, John Keating as Old Shepherd, Robert Langdon Lloyd as Time;, Ed Malone as Clown, Dion Mucciacito as Polixenes, Eli Rayman as Mamillius, Nicole Rodenburg as Perdita, Michael Rogers as Camillo, Zsaz Rutkowski as Musician, Titus Tompkins as Mariner, Servant, Shepherd, and Musician, and Liz Wisan as Dorcas.
The Winter’s Tale is scheduled to play through April 15. The production will feature choreography by Austin McCormick, music by Justin Ellington, set design by Riccardo Hernandez, costumed design by Emily Rebholz, lighting design by Marcus Doshi, and sound design by Broken Chord Collective,
For tickets and more information visit TFNA.org.