B.H. Barry's THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF MR. MOLE to Play Sheen Center Starting Tonight

B.H. Barry's THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF MR. MOLE to Play Sheen Center Starting Tonight

A perfect show for the whole family, The Enlightenment of Mr. Mole, an adaptation of The Wind in the Willows, written and directed by Tony-award winner B.H. Barry, beginning today, December 28, and running through December 31, 2017 will play in the Black Box Theater at The Sheen Center (18 Bleecker Street, NYC 10012).

A stunning play for anyone from 5 to 105, based on Kenneth Graham's Wind in the Willows. For families, particularly during the holidays, it's a perfect evening of comedy, adventure, and fun.

The cast includes Matt Biagini, Elizabeth Gilbert, John Christopher Jones, Jonathan Judge-Russo, Ilene Kristen, Adam Petherbridge, Madeline Adelle Phillips, Dan Renkin, Ken Schatz, and Marshall York. The creative team includes Phil Monat (Lighting Designer), Nancy Palmatier (Co-Costume Designer), Alison Hublard Hershman (Co-Costume Designer), Kris Pierce (Sound Designer), J.P. Elins (Stage Manager). This production is presented by The Schoolhouse Theatre.

Tickets are $41 can be purchased by visiting sheencenter.org or by calling (212) 925-2812.

B.H. Barry (Adaptor/Director) worked as Stage Fight Choreographer for Broadway, the Metropolitan Opera, London's Royal Shakespeare Company, Covent Garden and BBC, as well as for films and regional theatres. Broadway: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Julius Caesar; Sly Fox; Kiss Me, Kate!; Crazy for You; City of Angels; Moon Over Buffalo; I'm Not Rappaport; A View From the Bridge; The Life; My Favorite Year; Into the Woods; Big River; An Inspector Calls; Noises Off. Off-Broadway: The Controversy, Svejk, The Late Henry Moss, Avenue Boys, Extremities. Film: The Impostors, Oleanna, Glory, The Addams Family, Mulan, Crossed Swords. Mr. Barry's work can also be seen as a longtime stunt coordinator for ABC's "All My Children." He has been awarded a Tony, Drama Desk and an Obie Award for Sustained and Consistent Excellence in Stage Combat.

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