Dana Delany, Elizabeth Ashley, Bill Heck Join James Earl Jones in Night of the Iguana
Michael Wilson will direct the Tennessee Williams drama at American Repertory Theatre.
Full casting is set for the American Repertory Theater production of Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana, running from February 18-March 18. As previously announced, Michael Wilson will direct and James Earl Jones will star.
The play follows a hotel proprietress and the scandal-soaked Southern preacher who turns up on her veranda. A Nantucket portrait artist traveling with her ancient grandfather, a bus full of fuming Texan college administrators, and a party of vacationers round out the roster of misfits in this drama about how far we travel to outrun the demons within.
With Jones in the role of Nonno, the company will also feature Dana Delany as Maxine Faulk, Bill Heck as Shannon, Amanda Plummer as Hannah Jelkes, Elizabeth Ashley as Judith Fellowes, Susannah Perkins as Charlotte Goodall, Remo Airaldi as Jake, Matt Morrison as Hank, Stacia Fernandez as Frau, Richmond Hoxie as Herr, Ben Winter as Wolfgang, Hannah Sharafian as Hilde, Kiko Macan as Pancho, and Mike Turner as Pedro. Set design is by Derek McLane, costume design by Catherine Zuber, lighting design by David Lander, and sound design by John Gromada.