Sydney Michaels' Dylan to be Presented at City Tech's Voorhees Theater
The 1964 play follows poet Dylan Thomas through the final two years of his life.
Artistic Director of the Naked Angels Theater Company Liz Carlson is directing a production of Sydney Michaels' Dylan at the City College of Technology's Voorhees Theater. Based on Dylan Thomas in America by John Malcolm Brinnin and Leftover to Kill by Caitlin Thomas, the play follows the poet Dylan Thomas through the final years of his life. Dylan originally opened on Broadway at the Schoenfeld Theatre on January 18, 1964, in a production starring Kate Reid and Alec Guinness, who won a Tony Award for his performance. A collaboration between Do Not Go Gentle Productions and City Tech Theatreworks, the production will run through May 11.
The cast features Mark Cajigao (Dylan), Connor Carew (Mattock/Jay Henry), Whitney Conkling (Annabelle), Rachel Cornish (Caitlin), Alex Herrald (Brinnin), Iris McQuillan-Grace (Meg), Donaldo Prescod (Stage Manager/Bartender/Doctor), Courtney Reneé Stallings (Elena), and Patrick Williams (Angus).
The creative team includes Norma Lee Chartoff (set design), Chip Scott (lighting design), Lara de Bruijn (costume design), and David B. Smith (sound design). Niki Armato is production stage manager and theNEST is Associate Producer.