Rick Foucheux, Meg Gillentine and Nehal Joshi Join MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN at Arena Stage
They join the previously announced Kathleen Turner, Nicholas Rodriguez and Erin Weaver. Under the direction of Arena Stage Artistic Director Molly Smith, Mother Courage and Her Children runs January 31-March 9, 2014 in the Fichandler Stage.
Single tickets for Mother Courage and Her Children will be available for purchase beginning Friday, September 20. For more information and to purchase tickets visit arenastage.org/shows-tickets/the-season/productions/mother-courage-and-her-children.
Rick Foucheux (The Chaplain) appeared in Arena's 2012 Eugene O'Neill Festival as the patriarch Nat Miller in Ah, Wilderness! His many other appearances at Arena include The Chosen (with Theater J); R. Buckminster Fuller; Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia. Rick was seen recently in The Apple Family rep at Studio Theatre, Glengarry Glen Ross at Roundhouse Theatre and Stupid Fucking Bird at Woolly Mammoth. He is currently portraying Alexander Graham Bell in the one-man show Bell at the National Geographic Society.
Meg Gillentine (Yvette) was last seen at Arena Stage as Sally Bowles in Cabaret and Lola in Damn Yankees (Helen Hayes Award winner). On Broadway she appeared in Cats (Cassandra), Fosse and The Frogs. She was in the first national tours of Fosse and The Producers. She has also performed regionally at Baltimore Center Stage (Gladys in The Pajama Game), Reprise (Lola in Damn Yankees, Bianca/Lois in Kiss Me Kate), Pasadena Playhouse (Dangerous Beauty) and Atlanta Lyric (Ulla in The Producers). Film credits include The Producers, Madea's Witness Protection and Every Little Step.
Nehal Joshi (Swiss Cheese) was last seen at Arena Stage in The Music Man as Marcellus Washburn and previously in Señor Discretion Himself andOklahoma!. He currently can be seen in The Jungle Book at Huntington Theatre following a run at Goodman Theatre. D.C. credits include Mister Roberts(Kennedy Center), Recent Tragic Events (Woolly Mammoth), Carousel (Olney) and Mad Dancers (Theatre J). Nehal was seen on Broadway in Les Miserables (original revival cast) and Threepenny Opera (Roundabout), and off-Broadway in Working (Drama Desk Award) and Falling for Eve. Film/TV:Blackout (BET), The Wire (HBO), Submissions Only.
Additional casting for Mother Courage and Her Children will be announced at a later date. For complete season information, visit http://www.arenastage.org/shows-tickets/the-season.