Classic Stage Company Briefly Postpones Snow in Midsummer Previews Due to Technical Difficulties | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Classic Stage Company Briefly Postpones Snow in Midsummer Previews Due to Technical Difficulties

Dorcas Leung, Teresa Avia Lim, John Yi, more star in the Off-Broadway production.

Dorcas Leung, Teresa Avia Lim, and John Yi

Classic Stage Company has postponed the beginning of previews for its upcoming production of Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig's Snow in Midsummer to May 20. Performances which originally scheduled to start May 19, with an official opening June 8 and a run through July 9.

Featured in the production will be Tommy Bo (Boogie), Wai Ching Ho (Turning Red), Paul Juhn (NAATCO’s Henry VI), Kenneth Lee (The Machine), Julian Leong (Here Lies Love), Dorcas Leung (Hamilton), Teresa Avia Lim (Junk), Fin Moulding (Miss Saigon), Alex Vinh (Kimberly Akimbo), and John Yi (Soft Power).

Zi Alikhan directs the adaptation of the Chinese drama The Injustice to Dou Yi That Moved Heaven and Earth by Guan Hanqing. Cowhig's version, a murder mystery, follows a wealthy businesswoman who takes ownership of a factory in a remote town, and subsequently learns of a curse placed on the town by an unjustly executed innocent woman in an exploration of generational trauma and restorative drama.

Alikhan leads a creative team which also includes scenic designer dots, costume designer Johanna Pan, lighting designer Jeanette Yew, sound designer Fan Zhang, hair and makeup designer Brittany Hartman, movement directioner Sunny Hitt, fight and intimacy director Judi Lewis Ockler, and prop supervisor Caitlin Murphy. Casting is by The Telsey Office's Karyn Casl. Jonathan Castanien serves as production stage manager, and Fatimah Amill as assistant stage manager.

Royal Shakespeare Company first presented Snow in Midsummer in February, 2017, and Oregon Shakespeare Festival then produced the U.S. premiere in August, 2018.

Ticketholders for May 19 should contact their point of purchase or email [email protected].


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