Bill Irwin, David Morse, and More Join Denzel Washington in The Iceman Cometh
George C. Wolfe directs Eugene O'Neill's drama.
Complete casting has been announced for George C. Wolfe's upcoming Broadway production of Eugene O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh, starring Denzel Washington as Theodore Hickman.
The play is set at Harry Hope's saloon, where drunks and dreamers are celebrating the arrival of Hickey (Washington), whose presence always ensures a good time. When Hickey finally arrives with a new outlook on life, his attempts to help his old friends lead to a devastating series of events.
Washington will be joined by Colm Meaney (Harry Hope), David Morse (Larry Slade), Bill Irwin (Ed Mosher), Tammy Blanchard (Cora), Carolyn Braver (Pearl), Austin Butler (Don Parrit), Joe Forbrich (Lieb), Nina Grollman (Margie), Thomas Michael Hammond (Moran), Neal Huff (Willie Oban), Danny Mastrogiorgio (Chuck Morello), Dakin Matthews (Piet Wetjoen), Jack McGee (Pat McGloin), Clark Middleton (Hugo Kalmar), Michael Potts (Joe Mott), Reg Rogers (James Cameron), and Frank Wood (Cecil Lewis).
Wolfe directs the play at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, with previews beginning March 22. Opening night is set for April 26. The design team includes Santo Loquasto (scenic design), Ann Roth (costume design), and Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer (lighting design).