First Look at Bobbie Clearly Off-Broadway

Production Photos   First Look at Bobbie Clearly Off-Broadway
 
Roundabout Underground continues its season in the black box theatre with Alex Lubischer’s comedy-about-a-tragedy.
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Ethan Dubin and Tyler Lea Joan Marcus

Performances began March 8 for the New York premiere of Alex Lubischer’s Bobbie Clearly, the second play in Roundabout Underground’s expanded two-play season. Will Davis directs the limited Off-Broadway engagement in Roundabout’s Black Box Theatre.

In Bobbie Clearly, something unspeakable happened in the middle of a cornfield two years ago. Now, at last, the upstanding residents of Milton, Nebraska—from the cop and the nurse to the co-captains of the dance team, and even Bobbie himself—are ready to tell you their sides of the story. Ethan Dubin, who played a breakout role in Dan LeFranc’s Rancho Viejo at Playwrights Horizons, returns Off-Broadway in the title role of Bobbie.

Bobbie Clearly will officially open April 3 in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. The limited engagement is scheduled through May 6.

Flip through photos of the production below:

Completing the cast are Gabriel Brown (Love & Money) as Pete Pfeifer, Sasha Diamond (Signficant Other) as Meghan Gotschell, Crystal Finn (Kingdom Come) as Jane Welch, Marcus Ho (Three Trees) as Russ Scott, Christopher Innvar (110 in the Shade) as Stanley Welch, Tyler Lea (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) as Eddie Welch, Talene Monahon (The Government Inspector) as Megan Currie, Brian Quijada (Oedipus El Rey) as Mitch Backes, Constance Shulman (Barbecue) as Darla London, and JD Taylor (The Last Match) as Derek Nelson.

The creative team includes Arnulfo Maldonado (sets), Ásta Hostetter (costumes), Jen Schreiver (lighting), and Palmer Hefferan (sound).

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