Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with the Cast of TACT/GTG's WIDOWERS' HOUSES
TACT and GINGOLD THEATRICAL GROUP's WIDOWERS' HOUSES, the first play ever written by George Bernard Shaw, will begin performances on Tuesday, March 1, and open Sunday, March 13 at The Beckett Theatre @ Theatre Row for a strictly limited engagement through Saturday, April 2. Check out a first look at the cast and creative team at their first rehearsal below!
In Shaw's debut play - written during his time as an arts journalist in response to a dare by a fellow critic - a young man discovers an unsavory truth about his family-to-be, and is faced with choosing between his love and his ideals. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at Telecharge.com or by calling (800) 872-8997.
Directed by David Staller, WIDOWERS' HOUSES will feature Jeremy Beck (The Cocktail Party) as "Dr. Harry Trench," Jonathan Hadley (Rothschild & Sons) as "William De Burgh Cokane," Hanna Cheek (The Persians...a comedy about war with five songs) as "Waitress" and "Annie," Terry Layman (Broadway's Cat On a Hot Tin Roof) as "Sartoius," Talene Monahon (Encores' The Wild Party) as "Blanche Sartorius," and John Plumpis (The Man Who Had All the Luck) as "Lickcheese."
WIDOWERS' HOUSES features scenic design is by Brian Prather (Freud's Last Session), lighting design by Peter West (The Importance of Being Earnest), costume design by Barbara A. Bell (You Can Never Tell), sound design by Toby Jaguar Algya (H20), and prop design by Lytza Colon (100 Saints You Should Know). Kelly Burns serves as production stage manager, with Cate DiGirolamo as production manager.
Photo Credit: Celine Rosenthal
Costume Designer Barbara A. Bell
Polly Guerin and Director David Staller
Sound Designer Toby Jaguar Algya