The comedy centers on Judith Bliss (Duncan), once glittering star of the London stage, now in early retirement, whose plans for a weekend with a young suitor are upset by the arrival of the other houseguests who have been invited by her husband David and adult children. Additional casting will be announced in the near future.
Duncan received the Tony and Olivier Awards for Private Lives and another Olivier and a Tony nomination for Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Her other stage credits include Ashes to Ashes, Mouth to Mouth, Top Girls, and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Northam's theater credits include Old Times, Love's Labour's Lost, The Country Wife, and Certain Young Men. In addition he has been seen on such television series as Glorious 39 and The Tudors.
Colman has appeared in The Three Some and A Long Day's Journey Into Night in the West End. McNally's stage credits include Hamlet and Ivanov at the Donmar Warehouse.
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