Full Cast Set for The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, Starring Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan
Gus Birney, Julian De Niro, and more round out the company.
Complete casting has been announced for the first-ever major New York revival of Lorraine Hansberry's The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, directed by Anne Kauffman.
As previously announced, Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan will star. They are joined by Gus Birney, Julian De Niro, Glenn Fitzgerald, Andy Grotelueschen, Miriam Silverman, and Raphael Nash Thompson, and understudies Joey Auzenne, Gregory Connors, Brontë England-Nelson, and Amelia Pedlow.
The creative team includes Arminda Thomas (dramaturg), dots (scenic design), Brenda Abbandandolo (costume design), John Torres (lighting design), Bray Poor (sound design), Leah Loukas (wig design), Andrew Diaz (props), and Kate Wilson (vocal coach).
Performances will begin on February 4 at the Harvey Theater at Brooklyn Academy of Music, with opening set for February 23.
The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window premiered on Broadway in October 1964, just shy of three months before Hansberry's death at the age of 34 from pancreatic cancer. Kauffman first directed the play in 2016 at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago.