Harry Clarke

Harry Clarke (Vineyard Theatre) Tickets

Tony Award winner Billy Crudup stars in the world premiere of David Cale's one-man play Harry Clarke to open the Vineyard Theatre's 2017-2018 Off-Broadway season.

Billy Crudup won a Tony Award in 2007 for The Coast of Utopia (Parts 1 and 2). He also earned Tony nominations for Arcadia (2011), The Pillowman (2005), and The Elephant Man (2002), and has appeared on Broadway in Waiting For Godot, No Man's Land, The Three Sisters, and Bus Stop.

(Photos by Carol Rosegg)

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Running time: 
1hr 15mins (no intermission)
Categories: 
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About Harry Clarke (Vineyard Theatre):

Harry Clarke is the story of a shy midwestern man leading an outrageous double life as the cocky Londoner Harry Clarke. Moving to New York City and presenting himself as an Englishman, he charms his way into a wealthy family's life as the seductive and precocious Harry, whose increasingly risky and dangerous behavior threatens to undo more than his persona.

By:
David Cale
Producer:
Vineyard Theatre in association with Audible
Director:
Leigh Silverman
Lighting:
Alan Edwards
Sound:
Bart Fasbender
Design:
Alexander Dodge
Costume:
Kaye Voyce
Cast list:
Billy Crudup (as Harry Clarke)
Harry Clarke (Vineyard Theatre) Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
October 26, 2017
Opening date: 
November 21, 2017
Closes: 
December 23, 2017
MatineeEvening
Monday--
Tuesday-7pm
Wednesday-7pm
Thursday-7pm
Friday-8pm
Saturday3pm8pm
Sunday3pm-

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

Vineyard Theatre

Address:
108 East 15th Street, New York, NY 10003
Nearest subway station:
14th Street - Union Square Station

Our Harry Clarke (Vineyard Theatre) Review

Seeing this production of Harry Clarke, reminded me once again that Billy Crudup is a terrific actor. It is more than talent. It is specificity, focus and commitment. Crudup is a man crafting his craft. That was what this production did for me. This was enough in an of itself, but it could have been so much more.