Gloria Reuben in Stuff Happens
(Photo © Michael Daniel)
Gloria Reuben in Stuff Happens
(Photo © Michael Daniel)
The Public Theater's sold-out production of David Hare's political drama Stuff Happens, has been extended until May 28. The show, which began performances on March 28, was originally scheduled to close on April 30.

The show, which focuses on the events leading up to the Iraq War, is directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan. The show's creative team includes Riccardo Hernandez (set design), Jess Goldstein (costume design), Pat Collins (lighting design), and Dan Moses Schreier (sound design).

The cast features George Bartenieff as Hans Blix and Jack Straw, Jeffrey DeMunn as Donald Rumsfeld; Glenn Fleshler as George Tenet, Zach Grenier as Dick Cheney, Lameece Issaq as a Palestinian academic, Peter Francis James as Colin Powell, Byron Jennings as Tony Blair, Ken Marks as David Manning and Michael Gerson, David Pittu as Paul Wolfowitz and Sir Richard Dearlove, Gloria Reuben as Condoleezza Rice, Jay O. Sanders as President George W. Bush, Thomas Schall as Alastair Campbell and Jeremy Greenstock, Armand Schultz as Jonathan Powell and Robin Cook, Robert Sella as an angry journalist and Dominique De Villepin, Brenda Wehle as Laura Bush, and Waleed F. Zuaiter as an Iraqi exile and Trevor Mac.