In addition to Lane (The Producers) and Dennehy (Long Day's Journey Into Night and Death of a Salesman), director Falls' production will also feature Stephen Ouimette (Broadway's La Bete, TV's "Slings & Arrows") as Harry Hope, proprietor of a saloon and rooming house; Larry Neumann, Jr. as Ed Mosher, Hope's brother-in-law and one-time circus man; Sal Inzerillo as Rocky Pioggi, night bartender; Marc Grapey as Chuck Morello, day bartender; John Judd as Piet Wetjoen ("The General"), one-time leader of a Boer Commando; John Reeger as Cecil Lewis ("The Captain"), one-time captain of a British Infantry; James Harms as James Cameron ("Jimmy Tomorrow"), one-time Boer War Correspondent; John Douglas Thompson (Public Theater's King Lear, Irish Rep's Emperor Jones) as Joe Mott, one-time proprietor of a gambling house; Lee Wilkof (the original Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors) as Hugo Kalmar, one-time editor of anarchist periodicals; John Hoogenakker as Willie Oban, Harvard Law School alumnus; Patrick Andrews as Don Parritt; Tara Sissom as Pearl; Lee Stark as Margie; and Jennifer Engstrom as Cora.
The design team for The Iceman Cometh includes Kevin Depinet (set), Natasha Katz (lighting) and Merrily Murray-Walsh (costumes). Joseph Drummond is the production stage manager.
Here's how Goodman bills the classic by Pulitzer Prize winner and Nobel laureate O'Neill: "In The Iceman Cometh, Harry Hope's saloon is home to a ragtag band of drunks and dreamers who celebrate the arrival of Hickey, the charismatic traveling salesman whose raucous presence always ensures a grand good time. But when a newly sober Hickey blows in with a renewed outlook on life, his zealous attempts to fix the lives of his old friends leads to a series of events that are at once devastatingly comic and heartbreaking — and a revelation that threatens to shatter the tenuous illusions that fuel their lives."
O'Neill, the father of modern American drama, wrote Ah! Wilderness!, Anna Christie, Long Day's Journey Into Night, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Desire Under the Elms, Beyond the Horizon, Strange Interlude, Hughie, A Touch of the Poet and more.
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