Second Stage Shifts The Scene and Some Men in 2006-07 | Playbill

News Second Stage Shifts The Scene and Some Men in 2006-07
There'll be some changes in the new season at Off-Broadway's Second Stage Theatre.

Theresa Rebeck's The Scene, which had been announced to begin performances at Second Stage on Feb. 6, 2007, will now begin performances on Dec. 12, the company announced Aug. 8.

The opening will be Jan. 11, 2007. Rebecca Taichman will direct.

Terrence McNally's Some Men, which had been announced as starting performances on Nov. 21, will now begin performances on Feb. 23, 2007, and will open in mid-March 2007.

Some Men will be directed by Trip Cullman. A fourth spring production is still to be announced.

The Second Stage Theatre season will kick off Sept. 6 with Eric Bogosian's groundbreaking play subUrbia, directed by Jo Bonney. The production will feature Diksha Basu, Jessica Capshaw, Kieran Culkin, Michael Esper, Halley Feiffer, Kelli Garner, Daniel Eric Gold, Manu Narayan and Peter Scanavino and will officially open on Sept. 28.

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Founded in 1979 under the leadership of artistic director Carole Rothman, Second Stage Theatre "produces a diverse range of premieres and new interpretations of America's best contemporary theatre."

Second Stage Theatre’s acclaimed production of William Finn and Rachel Sheinkin's musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is currently running at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre. Its production of Douglas Carter Beane's comedy The Little Dog Laughed will transfer to Broadway this fall.

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