First Look at Abingdon’s The Gentleman Caller, About Tennessee Williams and William Inge

Production Photos   First Look at Abingdon’s The Gentleman Caller, About Tennessee Williams and William Inge
 
The production starring Daniel K. Isaac and Juan Francisco Villa officially opens May 10.
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Daniel K. Isaac and Juan Francisco Villa Maria Baranova

Daniel K. Isaac, currently on Showtime's Billions, stars in the Abingdon Theatre Company's first production of its 25th anniversary season, The Gentleman Caller, a new play by Philip Dawkins (Charm, Le Switch, The Homosexuals).

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Directed by Artistic Director Tony Speciale, performances are scheduled May 5–26 at the Cherry Lane Theatre (38 Commerce Street) in Greenwich Village.

Isaac, who plays William Inge, is joined by Juan Francisco Villa (Oedipus El Rey) as Tennessee Williams. Opening night is scheduled for May 10.

Flip through photos of the production below:

The production features scenic design by Sara C. Walsh (Queen of the Night), costume design by Hunter Kaczorowski (The Dork Knight), lighting design by Zach Blane (Too Much, Too Much, Too Many), and sound design and original music by Christian Frederickson (Antigone, Trojan Women).

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