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Meet Renée Fleming, Anna Chlumsky, Jerry O'Connell, and More Stars of Living on Love

Joe DiPietro's comedy is directed by Kathleen Marshall. logo
Renowned opera star Renée Fleming leads the cast of Living on Love alongside an adorable pup named Trixie.
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The stars of Joe DiPietro's new Broadway comedy Living on Love met the press at the Empire Hotel on March 12.

Tony nominee Douglas Sills plays Renée Fleming's onstage husband in the new comedy.
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Living on Love stars acclaimed opera soprano and four-time Grammy winner Renée Fleming in her Broadway debut, alongside Tony nominee Douglas Sills (Lady, Be Good!), Emmy nominee Anna Chlumsky (Veep), Jerry O'Connell (Crossing Jordan), Blake Hammond (First Date), Scott Robertson (Choir Boy), and the dog Trixie (Bullets Over Broadway).

Stage and screen vets Anna Chlumsky and Jerry O'Connell complete the principal cast of Living on Love.
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The play is inspired by the Garson Kanin play Peccadillo, which tells the story of the celebrated diva Raquel De Angelis (Fleming), who hires a handsome young scribe (O'Connell) to chronicle her life when her maestro husband, Vito (Sills), becomes enamored with a young woman (Chlumsky) hired to ghostwrite his mostly fictional autobiography. This production made its debut in 2014 at Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Living on Love stars Anna Chlumsky, Douglas Sills, Renée Fleming, and Jerry O'Connell get cozy for a photo.
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The creative team includes Derek McLane (scenic design), Michael Krass (costume design), Peter Kaczorowski (lighting design), Scott Lehrer (sound design), and Rob Fisher (music consultant).

The Living on Love family: Blake Hammond, Jerry O'Connell (with Trixie), Renée Fleming, Douglas Sills, Anna Chlumsky, and Scott Robertson.
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Directed by Kathleen Marshall, the production begins performances April 1 at the Longacre Theatre, with opening night set for April 20.

Living on Love is written by Joe DiPietro and directed by Kathleen Marshall.
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For tickets and more information, click here.