Disgraced, Ayad Akhtar's 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, makes its official Broadway debut as it opens tonight at the Lyceum Theatre. Kimberly Senior directs the drama, which originated in New York at Lincoln Center Theater's Claire Tow Theater.
Hari Dhillon leads the cast as Amir, as Muslim-American lawyer whose happily married life explodes when a polite conversation over dinner turns into a fiery discourse on race and identity. He is joined by Gretchen Mol as Amir's artist wife Emily, Josh Radnor as gallery-owner Isaac, Karen Pittman as Isaac's wife and Amir's colleague Jory, and Danny Ashok as Amir's nephew Abe. Dhillon and Ashok reprise performances they originated in a separate production at London's Bush Theatre. Pittman played Jory at Lincoln Center.
The production features scenic design by John Lee Beatty, costume design by Jennifer Von Mayrhauser, lighting design by Ken Posner, and sound design by Jill DuBoff. It began previews September 27.
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Check back in tomorrow for TheaterMania's review of Disgraced and coverage of the opening-night celebration. Plus, keep up with our Instagram tonight where we'll be posting special photos direct from the red carpet.
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