Theatre for a New Audience's The Winter’s Tale Begins Off-Broadway

Off-Broadway News   Theatre for a New Audience's The Winter’s Tale Begins Off-Broadway
Kelley Curran and Anatol Yusef lead the cast of the Arin Arbus-helmed production at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn.
Kelley Curran Monica Simoes

Performances begin March 13 for Theatre For a New Audience's The Winter’s Tale, directed by Obie Award winner Arin Arbus Off-Broadway. Leading the cast of the Shakespearean tragicomedy are Kelley Curran as Hermione and Anatol Yusef as King Leontes.

Performances are at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, where the production is scheduled to play through April 15.

Completing the cast are Oberon K.A. Adjepong as Antigonus, Maechi Aharanwa as Mopsa, Arnie Burton as Autolycus, Eddie Ray Jackson as Florizel, Mahira Kakkar as Paulina, John Keating as Old Shepherd, Robert Langdon Lloyd as Time, Ed Malone as Clown, Dion Mucciacito as Polixenes, Eli Rayman as Mamillius, Nicole Rodenburg as Perdita, Michael Rogers as Camillo, Zsaz Rutkowski as Musician, Titus Tompkins as Mariner, Servant, Shepherd, and Musician, and Liz Wisan as Dorcas.

The Winter’s Tale features choreography by Austin McCormick, music by Justin Ellington, set design by Riccardo Hernandez, costume design by Emily Rebholz, lighting design by Marcus Doshi, and sound design by Broken Chord Collective,

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