Bill Pullman, James Roday, and Michael Weston
at the after party for Extinction
(© Tristan Fuge)
Bill Pullman, James Roday, and Michael Weston
at the after party for Extinction
(© Tristan Fuge)
Stage and screen star Bill Pullman was one of the guests who attended the Wednesday, February 17, opening night of the Off-Broadway production of Gabe McKinley's Extinction at the Cherry Lane Theatre. The show, which will run through March 14, features Psych's James Roday and House's Michael Weston along with Amanda Detmer and Stefanie E. Frame.

Also in attendance was Emmy nominee Dule Hill, who is Roday's co-star on Psych, as well as one of the producers of Extinction. The play focuses on a couple of guys who meet up for a business as usual trip to Atlantic City that proves to be something quite different. McKinley's play premiered at Los Angeles' Elephant Space last fall and this production reunites that entire original cast.

The creative team includes Steven C. Kemp (scenic design), Mike Durst (lighting design), and Gali Noy (costume design).

For Theatermania's review of Extinction, click here.

For further information, visit www.cherrylanetheatre.org.