Indian Blood: Primary Stages annouce creative team details
Primary Stages have announced the creative team for their world premiere presentation of A.R. Gurney's new comedy Indian Blood.
The comedy opens at 59E59 Theater on the 9 Aug 2006, following previews from the 25 Jul and runs through to the 3 Sep 2006.
Indian Blood has set design by John Arnone, costumes by Ann Hould-Ward, lighting by Howell Binkley and sound by John Gromada.
The cast for Indian Blood, directed by Mark Lamos, features: Matthew Arkin, Jeremy Blackman, Jack Gilpin, Rebecca Luker, Katherine McGrath, John McMartin, Charles Socarides and Pamela Payton-Wright.
Indian Blood: Young Eddie uses his Indian ancestry as a cause and an excuse for his adolescent attacks on the genteel world around him. Was it his Seneca tribe or his talent as a budding artist that caused his privileged world to turn upside down?
A.R. Gurney (Playwrite} has written 'The Dining Room', 'Sylvia', 'Love Letters', 'The Fourth Wall', and 'Strictly Academic'. Indian Blood is the third A.R. Gurney play produced by Primary Stages
Primary Stages, the resident company at 59E59 Theaters, was founded in 1984 as a New York state non-profit theatre company with the mission of producing new plays and nurturing the development of playwrights. Primary Stages has significantly contributed to the non-profit theatre community producing twenty-one seasons and over ninety productions.
Indian Blood is the first production of Primary Stages 2006 - 2007 season.
The 2006 - 2007 season will include the New York premieres of 'Southern Comforts' by Kathleen Clark directed by Judith Ivey and the new musical 'Adrift in Macao' with book & lyrics by Christopher Durang, music by Peter Melnick, direction by Sheryl Kaller and choreography by Christopher Gattelli. The company's 2006-2007 season will close with the world premiere of Terrence McNally's new play 'Deuce' featuring Marian Seldes.
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