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Meital Dohan and John Ventimiglia to Star in L.A. Stitching

John Ventimiglia
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John Ventimiglia
(© Joseph Marzullo/WENN)

Meital Dohan and John Ventimiglia will star in the West Coast premiere of Anthony Neilson’s Stitching, which will play the Lillian Theater in Hollywood, February 26-April 5, with an opening set for March 6. As in New York, the production will be directed by Timothy Haskell.

The play follows the increasingly disturbing and inventive games that a couple plays in order to connect. Both actors previously played their roles in the New York production.

The creative team will include Garin Marschall (scenic designer), Louis Jacobs (costume designer), Matt Richter (lighting designer), and Daron Murphy (composer and sound designer).

Dohan is originally from Israel, where she starred in many theater, television, and film productions. She earned Israeli Oscar nominations for her performances in Gods Sandbox and Giraffes, and her U.S. TV credits include Showtime’s Weeds. Ventimiglia is best known as “Artie Bucco” on the HBO television series The Sopranos, and recently appeared in the Broadway revival of All My Sons. His film credits Cop Land, Mickey Blue Eyes and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead.

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