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Harriell, Narayan, Henderson Star in Dudley's Getting Home

Second Stage's upcoming production of Getting Home, by Anton Dudley, will feature Marcy Harriell, Manu Narayan and Brian Henderson. Directed by David Schweizer, it will be presented at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre from June 5th through July 1st, with an opening night set for June 14th.

Getting Home will be performed as part of Second Stage Theatre Uptown's Summer Series. "Once upon a time on the enchanted isle of Manhattan, Tristan found the man of his dreams—a prince who drove a yellow chariot. Jan found herself the object of two rival princes' affections, which turned out not to be as big a problem as you might think. And Nilesh… well he got his groove back," state notes on the play, which is by the author of Slag Heap and The Lake's End.

Harriell, who made her Broadway debut in Rent, appeared in Lennon and was recently seen at Encores! in Kismet.  She also appeared at Second Stage in Little Fish and Sorrows and Rejoicings.
Narayan appeared on Broadway in the extravagant musical Bombay Dreams, as well as Off-Broadway in F*cking A and Sidd. Henderson's Off-Broadway credits include In the Wings and As You Like It (at the Delacorte Theatre).

Getting Home will be followed by Rajiv Joseph's All This Intimacy, the second production of the Summer Series. Directed by Giovanna Sardelli, the play concerns a 30 year-old man's coming to terms with his adult responsibilities; it will begin previews July 17th, open on July 27th and run through August 12th.

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