Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy Extends Second Time at Signature Theatre
Richard Thomas, James Carpinello, and more star in Michael Wilson's revival of Miller's drama.
Signature Theater has announced a second extension for its ongoing production of Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy, directed by Michael Wilson. Performances began on October 27 on the Irene Diamond Stage at the Pershing Square Signature Center. The drama is now scheduled to close on December 20. Opening night will take place on November 15.
Celebrating the centennial of Miller's birth, Incident at Vichy returns the work of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright to Signature for the first time since his 1997-98 residency. In Vichy, France, at the height of World War II, nine men and a boy are rounded up under suspicious circumstances. As ominous reports of far-off camps and cattle cars packed with prisoners begin to circulate, the men battle over politics, philosophy, and means of escape.
The company is made up of David Abeles (Once), Curtis Billings (The Trip to Bountiful), James Carpinello (Rock of Ages), A.J. Cedeño (Strawberry & Chocolate), Quinlan Corbett (Rosario and the Gypsies), Brian Cross (Desire), Demosthenes Chrysan (Golden Boy), Jonathan Gordon (Orphans), Tony Award nominee Jonathan Hadary (Gypsy), Alex Morf (Of Mice and Men), Jonny Orsini (The Nance), Darren Pettie (Butley), John Procaccino (The Qualms), Alec Shaw, Derek Smith (Desire), Emmy Award winner Richard Thomas (The Waltons), and Evan Zes (The Freedom of the City).
The design team includes Jeff Cowie (scenic design), David C. Woolard (costume design), David Lander (lighting design), John Gromada (sound design), Rocco DiSanti (projection design), Deborah Hecht (dialect coach), and Mark Olsen (fight direction).