Witness the Love Story of This Beautiful Future in New Production Photos | Playbill

Production Photos Witness the Love Story of This Beautiful Future in New Production Photos

Playing Off-Broadway, the story of two teenagers who fall in love during WWII stars Uly Schlesinger, Tony nominee Austin Pendleton, Francesca Carpanini, and more.

Uly Schlesinger and Francesca Carpanini in This Beautiful Future Emilio Madrid

See new production photos of Rita Kalnejais' This Beautiful Future, which runs at Off-Broadway's Cherry Lane Theater through October 30. The show, which began previews September 10, opened September 20.

Starring in the cast are Tony nominee Austin Pendleton (The Little Foxes, The Minutes)Francesca Carpanini (All My Sons), Angelina Fiordellisi, and Uly Schlesinger (HBO Max's Genera+ion) in his New York stage debut. Jack Serio directs.

This Beautiful Future is set in the middle of World War II as two teenagers take shelter from a divided world. Elodie is French and 17. Otto, a German soldier, is 16. Safe from the debris outside, they meet secretly for one night, fall in love, and fall through time.

Francesca Carpanini, Uly Schlesinger, Austin Pendleton, and Angelina Fiordellisi in This Beautiful Future Emilio Madrid

The creative team for This Beautiful Future includes scenic designer Frank J. Oliva, lighting designer Stacey Derosier, costume designer Ricky Reynoso, sound desgner Christopher Darbassie, projection designer Lacey Erb, production stage manager Ashley-Rose Galligan, and assistant stage manager Ryan Kane. Casting is by Taylor Williams, and general management is by Mott/Fischer Productions.

SEE: Go Inside Rehearsals for Off-Broadway's This Beautiful Future

The play previously enjoyed a sold out run at Theaterlab earlier this before returning to Off-Broadway. It made its world premiere in 2017 at London's The Yard.

For more information, please visit ThisBeautifulFuture.com.

Check out the full gallery below.

See Production Photos of Off-Broadway's This Beautiful Future


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