Mary Stuart Ends Limited Broadway Engagement Aug. 16

News   Mary Stuart Ends Limited Broadway Engagement Aug. 16
The Donmar Warehouse's acclaimed production of Mary Stuart, which co-stars 2009 Tony nominees Janet McTeer (Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland) and Harriet Walter (Elizabeth, Queen of England), ends its limited engagement at the Broadhurst Theatre Aug. 16 at 3 PM.
Janet McTeer and Harriet Walter
Janet McTeer and Harriet Walter Photo by Joan Marcus

The production, which began previews at the Broadway venue March 30 and officially opened April 19, will have played a total of 22 previews and 137 regular performances.

McTeer and Walter also starred in the London production of the Friedrich Schiller play. Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia!) directs. The Broadway production received seven Tony nominations, winning one for Anthony Ward (Best Costume Design of a Play).

Joining the two actresses in Peter Oswald's version of the Schiller classic are Michael Countryman as Sir Amias Paulet; Adam Greer as O'Kelly; John Benjamin Hickey as Earl of Leicester; Michael Rudko as Count Aubespine/Melvil; Robert Stanton as William Davison; Maria Tucci as Hanna Kennedy; Chandler Williams as Mortimer; Nicholas Woodeson as Lord Burleigh and Brian Murray as Earl of Shrewsbury. The company also features Jacqueline Antaramian, Tony Carlin, Monique Fowler and Guy Paul.

Mary Stuart, according to press notes, "is a thrilling account of the extraordinary relationship between England's Elizabeth I (Harriet Walter) and her cousin, Mary Queen of Scots (Janet McTeer), Elizabeth's rival to the throne. With its behind the scenes intrigue, scheming and betrayal, the play has the contemporary feel of a modern-day political thriller."

The production is designed by Anthony Ward with lighting by Hugh Vanstone and sound by Paul Arditti. Mary Stuart was produced on Broadway by Arielle Tepper Madover, Debra Black, Neal Street Productions/Matthew Byam Shaw, Scott Delman, Barbara Whitman, Jean Doumanian/Ruth Hendel, David Binder/CarlWend Productions/Spring Sirkin, Daryl Roth/James L. Nederlander/Chase Mishkin.

The Broadhurst is located in Manhattan at 235 West 44th Street. Tickets are available by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting

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