Academy Award winner and stage star Holly Hunter will star alongside Zach Grenier and Noah Robbins in the Flea Theater production of Hamish Linklater's The Vandal , which is set to begin performances on January 18. Jim Simpson, the company's founder and artistic director, will helm the show.
The work is set on a freezing night in Kingston, New York, where a woman meets a boy at a bus stop. Linklater is best known for his acting work, which include Seminar, Twelfth Night, and The School For Lies.
Hunter's many stage credits include Crimes of the Heart, The Wake of Jamey Foster, Impossible Marriage, and The Miss Firecracker Contest. She won an Academy Award for The Piano, and received Oscar nominations for Broadcast News, The Firm, and Thirteen.
Grenier received a Tony Award nomination for 33 Variations and his recent stage credits include Man and Boy and Storefront Church. He currently co-stars on CBS' The Good Wife.
Robins is currently co-starring in the Public Theater's production of The Twenty-Seventh Man. His stage credits include Arcadia, Brighton Beach Memoirs, and Secrets of the Trade.
For more information, visit www.theflea.org.