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Tickets go on sale Friday, February 3 at 12 Noon

 

Chicago, IL – Artistic Director Robert Falls announces the cast for his major revival of Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh at Goodman Theatre running April 21 – June 10, 2012 in the Goodman’s Albert Theatre. As previously announced, Falls’ production features Tony Award-winning stage and screen stars Nathan Lane as Theodore “Hickey” Hickman, and Brian Dennehy as Larry Slade. Tickets for The Iceman Cometh go on sale this Friday, February 3 at 12 noon (CST) by web and telephone; call 312.443.3800 or visit GoodmanTheatre.org. The current ticket price range ($53- $119) is subject to change. In addition, a Luxury Ticket Package, the price of which includes a contribution to the theater, includes access to House Seats, use of the Patrons’ Lounge (private bar, restrooms and coat check), complimentary drinks and parking; mention the Luxury Package when purchasing tickets. Allstate Insurance Company is the Lead Corporate Sponsor of The Iceman Cometh and Fifth Third Bank is the Corporate Sponsor Partner.

 

Cast of The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O’Neill, directed by Robert Falls:

 

Stephen Ouimette…………… Harry Hope, proprietor of a saloon and rooming house

Larry Neumann, Jr…………… Ed Mosher, Hope’s brother-in-law and one time circus man

Sal Inzerillo…………………….. Rocky Pioggi, night bartender

Marc Grapey…………………… Chuck Morello, day bartender

John Judd……………………….. Piet Wetjoen (“The General”), one-time leader of a Boer Commando

John Reeger…………………… Cecil Lewis (“The Captain”), one-time captain of a British Infantry

James Harms…………………..James Cameron (“Jimmy Tomorrow”), one-time Boer War Correspondent

John Douglas Thompson…. Joe Mott, one-time proprietor of a gambling house

Brian Dennehy……………….. Larry Slade, one-time syndicalist-anarchist

Lee Wilkof………………………. Hugo Kalmar, one-time editor of anarchist periodicals

John Hoogenakker………….. Willie Oban, Harvard Law School alumnus

Patrick Andrews……………… Don Parritt

Tara Sissom……………………. Pearl

Lee Stark…………………………Margie

Jennifer Engstrom……………Cora

Nathan Lane…………………… Theodore Hickman (“Hickey”), a salesman

 

The design team for The Iceman Cometh includes Kevin Depinet (Set), Natasha Katz (Lighting) and Merrily Murray-Walsh (Costumes). Joseph Drummond is the Production Stage Manager.

 

In The Iceman Cometh, Harry Hope’s saloon is home to a ragtag band of drunks and dreamers who celebrate the arrival of Hickey, the charismatic traveling salesman whose raucous presence always ensures a grand good time. But when a newly sober Hickey blows in with a renewed outlook on life, his zealous attempts to fix the lives of his old friends leads to a series of events that are at once devastatingly comic and heartbreaking—and a revelation that threatens to shatter the tenuous illusions that fuel their lives. O’Neill’s monumental drama is “as corrosive as rotgut whiskey, as morbidly funny as a funeral gone amok, and as hallucinatory as an alcohol-fueled excursion into purgatory” (Chicago Sun-Times).Visit the Goodman virtually: catch the latest news and updates on the Goodman’s Blog, Goodman-Theatre.Blogspot.com/; like us on Facebook.com/GoodmanTheatre; follow us at Twitter.com/GoodmanTheatre; and peek behind the scenes at YouTube.com/TheGoodmanTheatre.

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