Check Out These Exclusive Portraits of Light Shining in Buckinghamshire at New York Theatre Workshop

Production Photos   Check Out These Exclusive Portraits of Light Shining in Buckinghamshire at New York Theatre Workshop
 
The Caryl Churchill play, helmed by Great Comet and Hadestown director Rachel Chavkin, opens tonight.
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Evelyn Spahr Joan Marcus

New York Theatre Workshop celebrates the Off-Broadway opening of Light Shining in Buckinghamshire by Caryl Churchill May 7. Tony Award nominee and three-time Obie Award winner Rachel Chavkin returns to NYTW, where she helmed the acclaimed Hadestown, to direct.

Set in 1647 England, Light Shining in Buckinghamshire follows a number of revolutionaries dreaming of a new era and looks at themes of power, politics, and revolution. Performances began April 18 and have been extended through June 3.

Flip through these exclusive portraits of the cast below:

The cast is made up of Vinie Burrows (Walk Together Children), Rob Campbell (All the Way), Matthew Jeffers (The Mysteries), Mikéah Ernest Jennings (MASTER), Gregg Mozgala (Cost of Living), and Evelyn Spahr (The Post).

The production features scenic design by Riccardo Hernández (Indecent), costume design by Toni-Leslie James (Amazing Grace), lighting design by Isabella Byrd (Sundown, Yellow Moon), sound design by Mikaal Sulaiman (The Rape of the Sabine Women), properties by Noah Mease (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812), original music and music direction by Orion Johnstone ({my lingerie play}: The Concert and Call to Arms!!!!!!!!!), and stage management by Jhanaë Bonnick (That Bachelorette Show).

For tickets and more information visit NYTW.org.

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