John Doman
© Tristan Fuge
John Doman
© Tristan Fuge
Robert Clohessy, John Doman, Lou Liberatore, Tom Nelis and Skipp Sudduth have been cast in the Westport Country Playhouse revival of Jason Miller's That Championship Season. The production, staged by the theater's artistic director Mark Lamos, will run August 25 -September 12.

Clohessy's recent Broadway appearances include Pal Joey and Twelve Angry Men. Doman played Deputy Police Commissioner William Rawls on the The Wire from 2002 to 2008. Sudduth's Broadway credits include South Pacific, The Iceman Cometh and Twelfth Night, and was a series regular on television's Third Watch. Liberatore received multiple award nominations for his performance in Burn This on Broadway and Nelis received an Obie for his work in The Medium.

Season takes place at a reunion between a high school basketball coach and four members of the team that he guided to the state championship 20 years earlier. When the play debuted in 1972, the play won Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award and New York Drama Critics Circle Award. The production team includes scenic designer David Gallo, costumer designer Cynthia Nordstrom, lighting designer Jeff Nellis, and sound designer David Van Tieghem.

For further information, visit: www.westportplayhouse.org.