Photo Coverage: Cast of RADIANCE Meets The Press!
LAByrinth Theater Company, the award-winning, downtown ensemble presents the World Premiere production of Radiance, written by Cusi Cram and directed by Suzanne Agins. The complete cast of the upcoming production of Radiance includes Kelly AuCoin (Julius Caesar, Julie & Julia) and Ana Reeder (Top Girls, Sight Unseen), as well as Labyrinth Company Members Kohl Sudduth (The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Take Me Out) and Aaron Roman Weiner (Thinner Than Water, The Glass Menagerie).
The cast met the press today and BroadwayWorld was there for all of the festivites. Check out photo coverage below!
Performances begin at The Bank Street Theater (155 Bank St.) on November 1, 2012, with an official opening night set for November 16, 2012. Tickets for the general public will go on sale October 4th and will start at $35. Labpass holders are able to book their tickets immediately.
In 1955, Captain Robert Lewis walks into a bar off Hollywood Boulevard, looking to escape his guilt, his shame -- and a tenacious television producer from "This is Your Life." What he finds instead is a mysterious woman, whose familiar face conjures visions of his dark past and a moment in time that irrevocably changed the world.
Inspired by true events, and laced with mystery and romance, Radiance delves into the emotional fallout of an unwitting war hero forever caught in the cross-hairs of history.
In an effort to make great theater accessible to all New Yorkers, Labyrinth offers the Labpass, which gives our audiences the chance to see all three shows in our 2012/13 Season for just $99. Labpass holders are guaranteed the best seats in the house for the performances of their choice and receive front of the line access to all our events, including advance reservation privileges to our NEWYORKNEWYORK festival and the Barn Series. It’s a chance to get up close, downtown with Labyrinth – all year long.
To purchase a Labpass, and to find more information on the Season, visit the dedicated Season website at labtheater.org/upclose.
Photo Credit: Genevieve Rafter Keddy