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'After The Night And The Music' announces full cast.

Jere Burns J Smith Cameron Brian Kerwin Eddie Korbich

Manhattan Theatre Club 's World Premiere of After the Night and the Music, which opens at the Biltmore on the 1 Jun 2005, following previews from the 28 Apr, announces full cast.

The cast features: Jeanne Berlin, Jere Burns, J. Smith Cameron, Brian Kerwin and Eddie Korbich

After the Night and the Music consists of three one-act plays looking at overweight chorus boys longing to dance, married couples longing for sex, aging singles looking for love

The comedy is written by Elaine May and will be directed by Daniel Sullivan, with sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by Michael Krass, lighting by Peter Kaczorowski, sound by John Gromada and choreography by Randy Skinner.

After the Night and the Music will have a limited run to the 3 Jul 2005.

Biographies:

Elaine May (Playwright) won a Drama Desk Award for her play 'Adaptation', a one-act which she directed along with Terrence McNally's 'Next'. She wrote, directed and starred in her first film, 'A New Leaf' with Walter Matthau. She wrote and directed 'Mikey & Nicky', starring Peter Falk and John Cassavetes. She directed 'The Heartbreak Kid' and received an Oscar nomination for the screenplay of 'Heaven Can Wait'.

Daniel Sullivan (Director) has directed in theatres both nationally and abroad. Current credits include 'Julius Caesar' starring Denzel Washington. He was recently represented on Broadway by 'Sight Unseen' and 'Brooklyn Boy' at MTC�s Biltmore Theatre, 'The Retreat from Moscow', 'I�m Not Rappaport' starring Judd Hirsch and Ben Vereen, and 'Proof' for which he won a Tony Award.

Jeannie Berlin (Brittany/Joanne/Gail) began her acting career at the age of 14 in the Off-Broadway production of 'Rumplestiltskin'. A few years later, director Arthur Penn cast her in 'Alice�s Restaurant'. After that, she appeared in 'Getting Straight', 'Portnoy�s Complaint', 'Move', 'On a Clear Day You Can See Forever', 'The Babymaker', 'Sheila Levine Is Dead and Living in New York', and 'Power Plays'. She last appeared Off-Broadway in 'Adult Entertainment', also written by Ms. Elaine May.

Jere Burns (Sherman/Darryl) is making his Broadway debut. Previous theatre credits include 'Diva' at La Jolla Playhouse and 'Speed-the-Plow' at Berkeley Repertory Theatre.

J. Smith-Cameron (Gloria/Kathleen/Mitzi) was last seen in at the MTC in 'Sarah, Sarah' and 'Fuddy Meers' (Outer Critics award nomination), which also played at the Minetta Lane Theatre. Broadway credits include Dorine in 'Tartuffe', 'Night Must Fall' (Broadway), and 'Our Country�s Good'.

Brian Kerwin (Mel/Ron) Broadway credits include 'Little Foxe's at Lincoln Center. Off-Broadway credits: 'Raised in Captivity' by Nicky Silver, 'One Shoe Off' by Tina Howe, 'Lips Together, Teeth Apart' by Terrence McNally.

Eddie Korbich (Keith) Broadway credits include 'Wicked', 'Seussical', 'Carousel' (Lincoln Center), 'Singin' in the Rain' and 'Sweeney Todd' (Circle in the Square). Off-Broadway he appeared in 'Assassins', 'Godspell', 'The Gifts of the Magi', 'Flora The Red Menace', 'A Little Night Music', 'Eating Raoul' and 'Takin�A Chance on Love'.

Jere BurnsJ Smith CameronBrian KerwinEddie Korbich

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