Carson Elrod, Jenn Harris, Matthew Saldivar Will Learn That It's All in the Timing
Primary Stages will present the 20th anniversary off-Broadway revival of David Ives' anthology of one-act plays.
All in the Timing is a collection of six one-act plays about love, longing, and language. The anthology includes the works Sure Thing, Words, Words, Words, The Universal Language, Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread, The Philadelphia, and Variations on the Death of Trotsky. Primary Stages produced the original 1993 production, for which Ives received the John Gassner Award for Playwriting. The revival will feature scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by Anita Yavich, lighting design by Jason Lyons, and original music/sound design by Ryan Rumery.
Ives was the recipient of a 2012 Tony Award nomination for his dark comedy Venus in Fur. His other works include The School for Lies, New Jerusalem, Is He Dead?, Irving Berlin's White Christmas, and multiple concert adaptations for the New York City Center Encores! series. Rando's directing credits include A Christmas Story, The Musical, The Wedding Singer, The Toxic Avenger, Polish Joke, and many Encores! productions, including Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, On The Town, and the upcoming It's A Bird... It's A Plane... It's Superman.
Clem's credits include AliceGraceAnon, Strech: A Fantasia, and The Elephant Man. Elrod has been seen on Broadway in Reckless and Noises Off, and off-Broadway in Measure for Measure, Cavedweller, and House and Garden, among others. Harris' stage credits include Modern Orthodox, The Understudy, and New Jerusalem. Rooth has appeared in Born Yesterday, Is He Dead?, and Blood and Gifts. Saldivar's credits include The Wedding Singer, Grease, South Pacific, and The Toxic Avenger.