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CityRep Announces Cast, Creative Team For Regional Professional Premiere Of THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

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Casting has been announced for CityRep's Oklahoma professional premiere of the Tony and Olivier Award-winning play THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME by Simon Stephens, adapted from Mark Haddon's bestselling novel. CityRep's production will play the Civic Center Music Hall's Freede Little Theatre April 4-7, 2019.

The cast includes Luke Eddy as Ed, Maria Hurdle as Judy and Lisa Fairchild as Siobhan, and introduces Cameron Law as Christopher. Rounding out the company are Mary Buss, Ruth Charnay, Denise Moses, Allie Alexander, Matt Cheek, David Fletcher Hall, Renee Krapff, Jacob Livesay, Dawson MacLeod and Kaylila Pasha.

Directing the production will be CityRep-affiliated artist and artistic director of the Pollard Theatre W. Jerome Stevenson. Hui Cha Poos will provide stage movement with sound design and stage management by Steve Emerson, CityRep's resident production stage manager. Scenic design by Ben Hall; costume design, Lloyd Cracknell and lighting design, Adam Chamberlin. Whitney Hendricks will design properties, and company member Kaylila Pasha will assistant direct. CityRep operates under the leadership of Founding Artistic Director Donald Jordan.

For tickets, please visit cityrep.com or call the CityRep box office at (405) 848-3761.


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