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Oscar Isaac, Gus Birney, Raphael Nash Thompson, Julian De Niro, and Glenn Fitzgerald are all making their Broadway debuts in the Lorraine Hansberry revival.

Raphael Nash Thompson, Gus Birney, Glenn Fitzgerald, Rachel Brosnahan, Oscar Isaac, Miriam Silverman, Julian De Niro, and Andy Grotelueschen Emilio Madrid

Get a look at the cast of The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window taking their first bows at the James Earl Jones Theatre after beginning previews April 25. The Lorraine Hansberry arrived on Broadway for its second revival following an Off-Broadway run at Brooklyn Academy of Music earlier this year. Opening night is set for April 27.

Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan lead the cast as Sidney Brustein and Iris Parodus Brustein, respectively. The complete company from the BAM run has stayed with the production for its Broadway bow, including Gus Birney as Gloria Parodus, Julian De Niro as Alton Scales, Glenn Fitzgerald as David Ragin, Andy Grotelueschen as Wally O'Hara, Miriam Silverman as Mavis Parodus Bryson, and Raphael Nash Thompson as Max. 

It marks an important moment for Isaac, Birney, Thompson, De Niro, and Fitzgerald who are all making their Broadway debuts. Rounding out the company as understudies are Gregory Connors, Brontë England-Nelson, Joey Auzenne, and Katya CampbellCheck out the cast taking bows after their first preview in the gallery below.

See The Cast of The Sign In Sidney Brustein's Window Take First Bows On Broadway

Obie and Lortel winner Anne Kauffman (The Thugs, Mary Jane) directs the seldom-seen work, leading the creative team's scenic designer dots, costume designer Brenda Abbandandolo, lighting designer John Torres, sound designer Bray Poor, hair and wig designer Leah Loukas, and movement director Sonya Tayeh. Ralph Stan Lee is production stage manager, and casting is by Taylor Williams. Arminda Thomas serves as dramaturg.

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