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Stephen Schnetzer
Stephen Schnetzer
Judith Lightfoot Clark, Kenneth Maharaj, Kathleen McNenny, and Stephen Schnetzer will star in the New Federal Theatre's production of Richard Abrons' Three Travelers, which will begin performances at St. Clements Theatre on Sunday, January 13. The production, to be directed by Jay Broad, will open officially on Thursday, January 24.

The play concerns a trio of jaded western tourists -- a corporate whiz, his uptight wife and their free-spirited British friend -- who search for answers to their discontent by seeking wisdom in India from a world-famous, deceptively irreverent guru. Abrons' other plays include Whose Family Values!, Every Day a Visitor, and The Brothers Berg.

The creative team includes Don Llewellyn (sets), Karen Perry (costumes), David F. Segal (lighting), and Sean O'Halloran (sound). Broad has been the artistic director of PAF Playhouse on Long Island and the founder of Theatre Atlanta.

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