PHOTO CALL: Voysey Inheritance Opening Night

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The Voysey Inheritance, David Mamet's adaptation of Harley Granville-Barker's morality play about fortunes made through corruption, opened Dec. 6 at Off-Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company.

Tony Award winner Fritz Weaver and Tony nominee Michael Stuhlbarg began performances Nov. 15 for the New York premiere of this new adaptation of the 1905 drama by Shaw contemporary Granville-Barker. The classic play "explores the timely issue of morals vs. money as an upper middle class family goes to pieces when it is revealed that the patriarch has amassed the family fortune by secretly embezzling money from his clients," according to ATC. "As his son tries to put things in order, he discovers that the family is more than willing to perpetuate this way of doing business, rather than sacrifice their comfort and luxury."


At left (from top): Fritz Weaver and Michael Stuhlbarg; Samantha Soule and Katharine Powell; Todd Weeks and C.J. Wilson; Rachel Black and Judith Roberts; Peter Maloney and Steven Goldstein.

Below: The company of The Voysey Inheritance take their opening-night bows.

photos by Ben Strothmann
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