In the play, the Kittredges, an Upper East Side couple, find a young man claiming to be a college friend of their children at their front door injured and asking for help. As their involvement with him takes unexpected twists and turns, they begin to question not only his identity but their own.
The cast features Thomas Jay Ryan (Flan), Donald Sage Mackay (Larkin), Keliher Walsh (Kitty), Tony Torn (Geoffrey), Samuel Stricklen (Paul), James Eckhouse (Dr. Fine), Joaquin Perez-Campbell (Rick/Hustler), Catherine Gowl (Elizabeth), Kevin Hoffmann (Ben), Sloan Grenz (Doug), Jordan McArthur (Woody), Andrew Dahl (Trent), Vivia Font (Tess), and Steven Marzolf (Doorman/Policeman/Detective). The creative team includes Andromache Chalfant (sets), Emily Rebholz (costumes), Ben Stanton (lighting), and Paul Peterson (sound).
Ziemba won the Tony Award for her performance in Contact and received Tony nominations for Steel Pier, Never Gonna Dance, and Curtains. Her other Broadway credits include Chicago, Crazy For You, Teddy & Alice, and 42nd Street.For tickets and information. call 619-23-GLOBE or visit www.TheOldGlobe.org.