Photo Coverage: 'Come Back, Little Sheba' Opening Night Arrivals
Dozens of stars from stage and screen attended the official opening night of Manhattan Theatre Club's new Broadway production of William Inge's Come Back, Little Sheba on January 24 at Biltmore Theatre (261 West 47th Street). The production is directed by two-time Emmy Award winner Michael Pressman ("Law & Order," To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday).
Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner and Tony Award nominee S. Epatha Merkerson and Drama Desk Award winner and Tony nominee Kevin Anderson head the cast of this new production which also includes Joseph Adams, Chad Hoeppner , Daniel Damon Joyce, Lyle Kanouse, Zoe Kazan, Brian J. Smith, Keith Randolph Smith, Brenda Wehle and Matthew J. Williamson.
"Lola (Merkerson) is a faded beauty queen trapped in a lonely marriage to Doc (Anderson), a recovering alcoholic on the brink of relapse. When a pretty young woman becomes a boarder in their cluttered Midwest home, their lives are unsettled as unspoken passions rise to the surface. As the emptiness of their marriage is laid bare, can they find their way back to each other or will they be undone? This new look at William Inge's great American story is an absorbing tale of lost hopes and unfulfilled promise, told with unflinching honesty and heartbreaking power," explain press notes.Tickets to Come Back, Little Sheba are available by calling Telecharge.com at (212) 239-6200, (800) 432-7250 outside the NY metro area, online at Telecharge.com, and at the Biltmore Theatre box office (261 West 47th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue). For group ticket information, call (800) 432-7780. Tickets range in price from $46.50-91.50. Student rush tickets are available the day of the performance at the Biltmore Theatre box office for $26.50.
Show times are Tuesday Saturday at 8 PM. Matinees on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 PM. For information on how to subscribe please visit www.ManhattanTheatreClub.com.
Photos by Walter McBride / Retna Ltd
Come Back, Little Sheba officially opened Thursday, January 24, 2008 at MTC's Biltmore Theatre
Adam Bock and guest