LaBute's The Break of Noon Extends Off-Broadway Prior to L.A. Bow

News   LaBute's The Break of Noon Extends Off-Broadway Prior to L.A. Bow
MCC Theater has extended the world premiere of Neil LaBute's The Break of Noon, starring David Duchovny as a modern-day prophet, through Dec. 22 Off-Broadway.

Jo Bonney (Some Girl(s), Fat Pig) directs the production that began previews Oct. 28 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre and will officially open Nov. 22. Performances were originally scheduled through Dec. 12. Following the New York premiere, Break of Noon will arrive at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles in January 2011.

Duchovny ("Californication," "X-Files") makes his New York stage debut as John Smith, a man who sees the face of God during a gruesome office shooting. He is joined by Amanda Peet (Barefoot in the Park, "Studio Sixty"), Tony Award nominee John Earl Jelks (Radio Golf, Gem of the Ocean) and Tracee Chimo (Bachelorette, Circle Mirror Transformation).

"Amidst the chaos and horror of the worst office shooting in American history, John Smith sees the face of God," read MCC notes. "His modern-day revelation creates a maelstrom of disbelief among everyone he knows. A newcomer to faith, John urgently searches for a modern response to the age-old question: at what cost salvation?"

Break of Noon has set design by Neil Petal, lighting design by David Weiner, costume design by Emilio Sosa and sound design by Darron L. West.

LaBute's plays include Reasons to Be Pretty, New Testament, Helter Skelter, Second of Pleasure, The Mercy Seat, The Distance From Here, In a Dark Dark House, Autobahn, bash: latter-day plays, The Shape of Things, and the films "In the Company of Men," "Your Friends and Neighbors," "Nurse Betty," "Possession" and "Wicker Man." For tickets phone (212) 279-4200 or visit TicketCentral. The Lucille Lortel is located at 121 Christopher Street.


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