Billy Crudup stars in Harry Clarke, directed by Leigh Silverman, at the Vineyard Theatre.
Billy Crudup stars in Harry Clarke, directed by Leigh Silverman, at the Vineyard Theatre.
(© Carol Rosegg)

The Vineyard Theatre's world premiere production of David Cale's Harry Clarke, directed by Leigh Silverman, has released new photos of its Tony Award-winning star, Billy Crudup. Recently extended, performances will continue through December 10.

The Vineyard produces the new work in association with Audible, the world's largest seller and producer of digital spoken-word entertainment. Audible will record and produce Crudup's performance in Harry Clarke as an audio play, available to Audible members in early 2018.

This world premiere production will be recorded by Audible and released as an audio play.
This world-premiere production will be recorded by Audible and released as an audio play.
(© Carol Rosegg)

Harry Clarke is described as "a sexually charged and wickedly funny one-man thriller." It is the story of a shy Midwestern man leading an outrageous double life as the cocky Londoner Harry Clarke. Moving to New York City and presenting himself as an Englishman, he charms his way into a wealthy family's life as the seductive and precocious Harry, whose increasingly risky and dangerous behavior threatens to undo more than his persona.

The design team includes scenic design by Tony Award nominee Alexander Dodge, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Alan Edwards, sound design by Bart Fasbender, and original music by David Cale.

Performances continue through December 10.
Performances continue through December 10.
(© Carol Rosegg)

Audible's collaboration with the Vineyard is part of the company's larger effort to identify and nurture emerging playwrights and expose outstanding performances of their works to millions of Audible listeners. In May, Audible announced a $5 million fund dedicated to the commissioning and development of innovative English-language works from playwrights around the globe, supporting the creation of one- and two-person audio plays driven by language and voice.

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