How Well Do You Know Your Neighbors? Meet the Full Cast of THE REALISTIC JONESES, Beginning Tomorrow!
Will Eno's new play The Realistic Joneses is set to begin previews tomorrow, March 13, 2014, with an official opening night on Sunday, April 6, 2014, at the Lyceum Theatre (149 W 45th Street). Scroll down to learn more about the full cast, plus check out interviews with the company!
The Realistic Joneses stars Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner; Academy Award and Tony Award-nominee Toni Collette ("Hostages," "United States of Tara," The Sixth Sense, The Wild Party), Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award-winner Michael C. Hall ("Dexter,"Chicago, "Six Feet Under"), Tony Award-winner Tracy Letts (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; August: Osage County; "Homeland"), and Academy Award-winner and Gold Globe-nominee Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny; The Wrestler; Salome). The production is directed by Obie Award-winner Sam Gold, who recently received critical acclaim for his production of Fun Home at The Public Theater.
Born and raised in Australia, Toni Collette is an Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actress, best known for her performances in the Sundance Film Festival hit Little Miss Sunshine, About A Boy, The Hours, The Sixth Sense (Academy Award nomination), Muriel's Wedding and the acclaimed Showtime series The United States of Tara. Last fall, Collette starred on CBS's high-octane suspense drama Hostages, and her most recent film credits include Enough Said, The Way, Way Back, Hitchcock, Lucky Them and A Long Way Down. Collette was last seen on Broadway in the 2000 revival of John LaChiusa's The Wild Party, for which she received a Tony Award nomination.
MICHAEL C. HALL
Graduate of NYU's MFA program in acting, Michael C. Hall starred as David Fisher on the HBO series, Six Feet Under, for which he received an Emmy Award nomination and the AFI Male Television Actor of the Year Award. As the title character on Showtime's Dexter, Hall earned five consecutive Emmy nominations and won Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards in 2010. Most recently, he starred alongside Daniel Radcliffe in John Krokidas' major motion picture, Kill Your Darlings. On Broadway, Hall made his debut as the emcee in Cabaret, directed by Sam Mendes, and portrayed Billy Flynn in Chicago.
Broadway: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Tony, Drama Desk awards). New York: Orson's Shadow at the Barrow Street Theatre. Ensemble Theatre Company in Chicago. Previous Steppenwolf credits include Penelope, American Buffalo (also the McCarter), Betrayal, The Pillowman, The Pain and the Itch, The Dresser, Homebody/Kabul, Glengarry Glen Ross and many others. As a playwright, he is the author of Killer Joe, Bug, Man From Nebraska (Pulitzer finalist), August: Osage County (Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award for Best Play) and Superior Donuts.
Bridging the gap between rich, dramatic performances and smart, comedic turns, Marisa Tomei earned an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her breakthrough role in My Cousin Vinny. She earned a second Oscar nomination for her work in In the Bedroom and a third for The Wrestler. She was last seen on Broadway in Caryl Churchill's Top Girls and opposite Al Pacino in the title role of Salome. Other theater credits include Tony Kushner's Slavs!, Nobel Prize-winning playwright Dario Fo's We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!, Coward's Design for Living, Clifford Odet's Waiting for Lefty and many others. (Photo by Jason Bell/Camera Press)
Credits include Post Office, New Ohio Theatre; Period of Adjustment, Berkshire Theatre Festival; God of Carnage, White Heron Theatre; The Pavilion, One and The Glass Menagerie at Cincinnati Playhouse; Proof, Coconut Grove Playhouse, directed by David Auburn (Carbonell Award); The Molière Comedies, Roundabout Theatre Co. at Stamford; suBurbia, Lincoln Center; Baton Rouge, EST. TV/film: Damages, Law & Order, Third Watch, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Spin City, Patient 001, Fear of Fiction, Pieces of April. MFA, NYU/Tisch.
Broadway: Frost/Nixon, Betrayal (u/s). Off-Broadway: Walking Down Broadway (Mint), Stray (Cherry Lane). Regional: Old Globe, Cincinnati Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public, Shakespeare Theatre Co. (DC), Pioneer Theatre, Missouri Rep, Alabama Shakespeare, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Virginia Stage, Indiana Rep, PlayMakers, New Jersey Shakespeare, Dorset Theatre Festival. TV: Blue Bloods, Gossip Girl, Law & Order, The Sopranos.