Aaron Costa Ganis Replaces CJ Wilson in Berkshire Theatre Group's THE LION IN WINTER

Berkshire Theatre Group Company Member, CJ Wilson, has been cast in Broadway's The Big Knife. Fellow Berkshire Theatre Group Company Member, Aaron Costa Ganis, will step in to join the cast of The Lion in Winter as Richard. Also joining the cast is Karl Gregory as Prince John.

The Lion in Winter
by James Goldman
directed by Robert Moss
featuring Christine Lahti and Treat Williams

at The Fitzpatrick Main Stage
Previews June 25-June 28
Opens June 29 8pm; Closes July 13
Tickets: Preview: $38;
A: $58 B: $48 C: $38
Sponsored by Stuart M. Fischman Esq. in Loving Memory of my Parents Louis and Edith Fischman A"H

An epic and humorous tale of political strategy and family dynamics, The Lion In Winter, set during Christmas 1183, tells the story of King Henry II, Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, and their sons, Richard, Geoffrey and John as they play a deadly game of real life chess; winner takes the throne. Who will come out on top as the ruler of England and the ruler of the family? The Lion in Winter proves just how absurd and lethal family rivalries can be.

Richard: Aaron Costa Ganis
Philip: Christian Coulson
Alais: Tara Franklin
John: Karl Gregory
Eleanor: Christine Lahti
Geoffrey: Tommy Schrider
Henry: Treat Williams

Aaron Costa Ganis (Richard) At BTG: Moonchildren, Macbeth, Amadeus, The Night of the Iguana. New York: The Mnemonist of Dutchess County (Theatre Row), 365days/365 plays (Public Theater), Flanagan's Wake (Soho Playhouse), My Nose & Me (The Second City Chicago), Tartuffe (South Street Seaport), 30 Beats (Kraine Theater). Regional: Katori Hall World Premiere Whaddabloodclot!!! (Williamstown Theatre Festival '12),The Elephant Man (Northern Stage), The Bacchae, The Suicide, The Two Orphans (Brandeis Theater Company). International: Philoctetes (Mumbai, India), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Oxford Playhouse), How I Learned to Drive (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), In the Native State (BBC), Six Degrees of Separation, La Chunga, Absolutely! (perhaps), Assassins, Krapp's Last Tape (Oxford University Dramatic Society). Film: Upcoming: Straight Outta Tompkins, 2nd Chances, A New York Love Story, Double Crossed (SXSW '13), Othello, Ruthless City, Father's Flight. BA: Brandeis University, University of Oxford, PPE: philosophy, politics, and economics; MFA: NYU Graduate Acting Program.

Tickets may be purchased in person at the Colonial Ticket Office at 111 South Street, Pittsfield or by calling (413) 997-4444 or online at www.BerkshireTheatreGroup.org. All plays, schedules, casting and prices are subject to change.


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