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MACHINAL Casting Announcement

It is my pleasure to announce the complete cast of Machinal, written by Sophie Treadwell and directed by Lyndsey Turner. Susan Bertish (Mother), Michael Cumpsty (Husband), and Morgan Spector (Lover) will join the previously announced Rebecca Hall. In addition, the cast will feature Damian Baldet, Ashley Bell, Jeff Biehl,Arnie Burton, Ryan Dinning, Scott Drummond, Dion Graham,Edward James Hyland, Jason Loughlin, Maria-Christina Oliveras,Daniel Pearce, Henny Russell, Karen Walsh, and Michael Warner.

As always, it is wonderful to welcome back so many Roundabout alumni: Susan Bertish (The Moliere Comedies), Michael Cumpsty (The Winslow Boy, Sunday in the Park with George), Morgan Spector (Harvey), Edward James Highland (Juno and the Paycock),Henny Russell (The Winslow Boy), Karen Walsh (Pygmalion), andMichael Warner (The Language of Trees).

I am also thrilled to welcome the rest of the company to the Roundabout family. Their collective credits are truly extraordinary, and I know this cast will do incredible work on this dark and challenging play. The remarkable creative team includes Es Devlin (Sets),Michael Krass (Costumes), Matt Tierney (Sound), and Jane Cox(Lights).

For more information about Machinal and tickets, please visit our website.

Todd Haimes

Artistic Director

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