John Zdrojeski in Monster
(© Boston University Photography)
John Zdrojeski in Monster
(© Boston University Photography)
PTP/NYC will present revivals of Caryl Churchill's Serious Money and Neal Bell's Monster as part of its 26th repertory season, to run July 3-29 at Atlantic Stage 2.

PTP co-artistic director Cheryl Faraone directs Serious Money, the play's first New York revival since its Broadway production in 1988, which will begin previews on July 5 for a July 10 opening. The cast of the play, which explores greed in London's financial district in the late 1980s, includes David Barlow, Megan Byrne, Alex Draper, James O. Dunn, Tara Giordano, Brent Langdon, Jeanne LaSala Taylor, Mathew Nakitare, Aubrey Dube, Gillian Durkee, Alicia Evancho, Charles Giardina, Meghan Leathers, Molly O'Keefe and Lucy Van Atta.

The creative team includes Ian Dury, Mikey Gallagher, and Chas Jankel (music and lyrics), Carol Christensen (musical direction), Alicia Evancho (choreography), Hallie Zieselman (set design), Mark Evancho (lighting design), Allison Rimmer (sound design) and Jule Emerson with Jordan Jones (costume design).

Co-artistic director Jim Petosa will direct Monster, a stage adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, which will begin previews on July 3 for a July 9 opening. Monster features Ken Cheeseman, Christo Grabowski, Paula Langton, Joe Varca, Noah Berman, Britian Seibert and John Zdrojeski. The creative team includes Hallie Zieselman (set design), Mark Evancho (lighting design), Stephen Dee (sound design) and Adrienne Carlile with Christine Han (costume design).

For more information on the productions and the playing schedule, click here.