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Robert Falls directs the New York City premiere of Richard Nelson's Frank's Home, which opened at Playwrights Horizon Jan. 30.

The play concerns Wright re-connecting with his adult children while scoping out work in Los Angeles in 1923. The production is presented in association with The Goodman Theatre, where Peter Weller (as the famed architect) and company gave the drama its world premiere last fall. Frank's Home began previews at Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theater Jan. 13. It marks the first time the work of Tony Award-winning director Falls has been seen at the Off-Broadway venue. Performances continue to Feb. 18 at Playwrights Horizons, 416 W. 42nd Street.


At left (from top): Harris Yulin and Peter Weller; director Robert Falls; Jeremy Strong and Maggie Siff; Holley Fain; playwright Richard Nelson and A. R. Gurney; Lily Rabe and Jill Clayburgh.

Below: The cast of Frank's Home takes its opening-night bows.

photos by Aubrey Reuben

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