The production was being directed by Joe Mantello, and also starred Patton Oswalt, Lili Taylor, and David Wilson Barnes. McNally's play, originally seen Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club, takes place on the deck of a beach house on Fire Island, where a brother and sister and their respective spouses attempt to celebrate the Fourth of July with a gnawing uncertainty about their lives and their futures.
The Roundabout's artistic director Todd Haimes said in a statement, "We could not find a way to maintain the production schedule under these circumstances. We are now exploring options to produce a show for our subscribers as soon as possible."
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