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Photo Flash: RING TWICE FOR MIRANDA Celebrates Opening Night Off-Broadway

Ring Twice for Miranda, a new play written by Alan Hruska (Laugh It Up, Stare It Down; The Man on Her Mind; New House under Construction) and directed by Rick Lombardo (San Jose Rep Artistic Director from 2008-2014, The Snow Queen, Bill W. and Dr. Bob) officially opened yesterday, February 12th, at New York City Center Stage II (131 West 55th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues). Scroll down for photos from the festivities!

The full cast includes: William Connell (A View From the Bridge, The Coast of Utopia), KATIE KLEIGER (Juno and the Paycock, Blue Stockings, Miss Bennet), Ian Lassiter (War Horse, An Octoroon), Graeme Malcolm (Equus, Translations, Aida), George Merrick (Honeymoon In Vegas, South Pacific, High Fidelity), Daniel Pearce (Machinal, ...Spelling Bee), and Talia Thiesfield (Man of La Mancha,"Veep").

Ring Twice for Miranda is a tragi-comedy set in difficult times, roiled by economic upheavals. A man known only as Sir rules with a vengeance, but it's Miranda, a chambermaid, who adds intrigue to his life. When Elliot, the butler, is fired, she flees with him in defiance onto the frightening streets. All must soon make critical decisions with imperfect facts to guide them, since little in their world is as it appears.

Ring Twice for Miranda is produced by Red Horse Productions and RME Theatrical Group (Executive Producer).

Photo Credit: Russ Rowland

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Ring Twice for Miranda
KATIE KLEIGER and George Merrick Ring Twice for Miranda
Director Rick Lombardo, Jason Grossman (Executive producer), Petina Cole (producer), M. Kilburg Reedy (Executive Producer), playwright Alan Hruska Ring Twice for Miranda
William Connell and Ian Lassiter Ring Twice for Miranda
Petina Cole, Talia Thiesfeld, KATIE KLEIGER, M. Kilburg Reedy Ring Twice for Miranda
The full cast of RING TWICE FOR MIRANDA: (top row) Ian Lassiter, William Connell, Daniel Pearce, George Merrick, Graeme Malcolm; (second row) Talia Thiesfeld and KATIE KLEIGER Ring Twice for Miranda
Ian Lassiter and Daniel Pearce


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