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Bauer, Cake, and Mortimer to Star in Atlantic's Parlour Song

Jonathan Cake
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Chris Bauer, Jonathan Cake, and Emily Mortimer will star in the world premiere of Jez Butterworth's Parlour Song at the Atlantic Theater Company, February 15-March 29. The production, which will open officially on March 5, will be directed by Neil Pepe.

Parlour Song explores what happens when two ordinary people discover they hate who they have become. Butterworth's plays Mojo and The Night Heron were both previously produced at the Atlantic.

The creative team includes Robert Brill (set design), Sarah Edwards (costume design), Kenneth Posner (lighting design), and Obadiah Eaves (sound design). Pepe is the company's artistic director.

Bauer recently appeared in the Broadway revival of A Streetcar Named Desire. Cake is currently appearing in Almost an Evening at the Atlantic Stage 2, and recently played Iachimo in Cymbeline at Lincoln Center. Mortimer was most recently seen staring in the film, Lars and the Real Girl.

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