Classic Stage's A Man of No Importance Extends Off-Broadway | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Classic Stage's A Man of No Importance Extends Off-Broadway

Jim Parsons, Mare Winningham, Nathaniel Stampley, and Shereen Ahmed, lead the Ahrens and Flaherty musical.

Jim Parsons

Classic Stage Company's Off-Broadway revival of Lynn AhrensStephen Flaherty, and Terrence McNally's A Man of No Importance has extended its run and will now play through December 18. The production, which was previously set to complete its run December 4, will celebrate opening night October 30. Outgoing CSC Artistic Director John Doyle is at the helm.

Jim Parsons leads the cast as Alfie Byrne, is joined in the cast by Shereen Ahmed as Adele Rice, Alma Cuervo as Miss Oona Crowe, Kara Mikula as Mrs. Curtin, Da'Von T. Moody as Peter/Breton Beret, Mary Beth Peil as Mrs. Grace, Thom Sesma as Mr. Carney, A.J. Shively as Robbie Fay, Nathaniel Stampley as Father Kenny, Jessica Tyler Wright as Mrs. Patrick, Joel Waggoner as Ernie Lally, Mare Winningham as Lily Byrne, and William Youmans as Baldy O'Shea.

Based on the 1994 Albert Finney film, the musical tells the story of an amateur theatre group in 1960s Dublin and their leader, bus driver Alfie Byrne, who is determined to stage a production of Oscar Wilde’s Salome despite the objections of local church authorities. The original production won the 2003 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Musical.

Doyle, a Tony winner for his actor-musician revival of Sweeney Todd, also provides the production's scenic design, with costumes by Ann Hould Ward, lighting by Adam Honoré, sound design by Sun Hee Kil, and casting by The Telsey Office's Craig Burns. Orchestrations are by Bruce Coughlin, with electronic music design by Strange Cranium and music direction by Caleb Hoyer. Bernita Robinson is production stage manager with Hollace Jeffords serving as assistant stage manager. Judi Lewis Ockler is fight and intimacy director.

CSC's revival is produced by special arrangement with Tom Kirdahy and Mara Isaacs.


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