The North American premiere of Grief Is the Thing with Feathers continues at St. Ann's Warehouse following its critically acclaimed London run. Adapted and directed by Tony winner Enda Walsh (Once) from Max Porter's novel of the same name, the play stars Cillian Murphy as a bereaved widower facing the sadness of his wife's sudden death.
Grief Is the Thing with Feathers began Off-Broadway April 20 and is scheduled to play through May 12. Rounding out the cast are David Evans (Older Boy), Leo Hart (Younger Boy), Hattie Morahan (Mum), Taighen O’Callaghan (Older Boy), and Adam Pemberton (Younger Boy).
Read reviews below.
Grief Is the Thing with Feathers is a St. Ann's and Wayward Production in association with Complicité.
The creative team is made up of set designer Jamie Vartan, lighting designer Adam Silverman, sound designer Helen Atkinson, composer Teho Teardo, costume designer Christina Cunningham, and projection designer Will Duke.
Grief Is the Thing with Feathers received its world premiere at Galway's Black Box Theatre.