Denis O'Hare
(Photo © Joseph Marzullo)
Denis O'Hare
(Photo © Joseph Marzullo)
John Ellison Conlee will join previously announced stars Katie Finneran, Logan Marshall-Green, and Denis O'Hare in the Roundabout Theatre Company's co-world premiere production (in collaboration with San Diego's Old Globe Theater) of Greg Kotis' new comedy Pig Farm, which will run June 9-September 3 at the Laura Pels Theatre. The show, to be directed by Tony Award winner John Rando, will officially open on June 27.

The show's creative team includes Scott Pask (set design), Gregory Gale (costume design), Brian MacDevitt (lighting design), and John Gromada (original music and sound design).

Pig Farm concerns a couple (Conlee and Finneran) who are struggling to hold on to their herd of 15,000 restless pigs while dealing with their hired hand (Marshall-Green) alcohol abuse, and an officer from the Environmental Protection Agency (O'Hare). Kotis won two Tonys for his work as book writer and co-lyricist of Urinetown (which was directed by Rando).

Conlee's Broadway credits include The Constant Wife, The Full Monty, and 1776. Finneran, who won a Tony for her performance in Noises Off, starred in the Roundabout's productions of Cabaret, You Never Can Tell, and Arms and the Man. Marshall-Green's Off-Broadway credits include Dog Sees God, Swimming in the Shallows, and The Distance from Here. O'Hare won a Tony for his performance in Take Me Out; his other Broadway credits include Assassins, Major Barbara, and Cabaret.