A world premiere by Theresa Rebeck
June 22 – July 8, 2017
Tyne and Tim Daly star in this thought-provoking family drama. Eileen’s brother Teddy has moved back home and is living in her basement. Her husband is less than thrilled about this. And Teddy is more than a little off his game. As brother and sister struggle to understand their present and past, questions of betrayal, disappointment, and madness rise and fall. Who is saving whom?
Subscriptions and Flex Passes are now on sale. Single Tickets on sale April 1, 2017. Single ticket prices start at $42. Student/Youth and Group discounts available.
Dates & Times
Thurs. 6/22 7:30 PM (Preview)
Fri. 6/23 7:30 PM (Opening with reception to follow)
Sat. 6/24 7:30 PM
Sun. 6/25 2 PM
Wed. 6/28 2PM & 7:30 PM
Thurs. 6/29 7:30PM
Fri. 6/30 7:30 PM
Sat. 7/1 7:30 PM
Sun. 7/2 2 PM
Wed. 7/5 2 PM & 7:30PM
Thurs. 7/6 7:30PM
Fri. 7/7 7:30PM
Sat. 7/8 2PM & 7:30 PM
Tim Daly (Teddy) is an Emmy-nominated actor, director, producer and philanthropist, beloved by Dorset Theatre Festival audiences for his critically acclaimed performances as Mark Rothko in Red by John Logan and in The Scene by Theresa Rebeck. Downstairs will mark the third collaboration between Tim and director Adrienne Campbell-Holt. Tim’s other theatre credits include The Exonerated; Six Degrees of Separation; The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial; Henry Flamethrowa; Coastal Disturbances; Oliver, Oliver; Buried Child, and most recently, The Ruins of Civilization for the Manhattan Theater Club. Since 2014, Tim has played the role of Henry McCord in the hit CBS series Madam Secretary. He is also well known for his past roles as Joe Hackett on the NBC sitcom Wings, as Clark Kent/Superman in Superman: The Animated Series, and as the drug-addicted screenwriter J.T. Dolan on The Sopranos, for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award. Behind the camera, Tim produced the documentary film Poliwood, directed by Barry Levinson. He also produced and starred in Edge of America, which earned the Humanitas Prize, Peabody Award, Writers Guild Award and Directors Guild Award. Tim is also the longtime president of The Creative Coalition, which is a non-profit, non-partisan, social and political advocacy organization in which members of the entertainment community promote issues of public importance, specifically in the areas of First Amendment rights, arts advocacy and public education. Tyne Daly (Eileen) is an accomplished American stage and screen actress best known for her work on the acclaimed television series Cagney & Lacey as title character Detective Mary Beth Lacey alongside Sharon Gless as Detective Christine Cagney. The two won the series a record six Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Leading Actress in a row, which remains unmatched to this day. Tyne’s performance earned her four of the six Emmy Awards. Tyne is also well known on television for her role as social worker Maxine Gray, who was the mother to the show’s title character on the CBS drama Judging Amy (1999-2005). More recently, Tyne can be seen alongside Sally Field in the feature film Hello, My Name is Doris. Tyne will next appear in Spiderman: Homecoming as Anne Marie Hoag for Sony/Marvel to be released July 2017. Tyne has been in Broadway stage productions since 1967, including hits like Gypsy, (1989) for which she won the 1990 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical, The Seagull (1992), as well as Rabbit Hole (2006) where she played the mother of the protagonist, played by Cynthia Nixon. Over the past several years, Daly has continued to appear in Broadway and Off-Broadway plays. In 2012, she reprised her role as Maria Callas in the West End Production of Master Class. John Procaccino (Gerry) last joined Dorset Theatre Festival for their production of Out of Town. Broadway: Our Mother’s Brief Affair, A Time to Kill, An Enemy of the People, An American Daughter, A Thousand Clowns, Conversations with My Father, ‘Art’. Off-Broadway: Incident at Vichy (Signature Theatre), The Layover (Second StageTheatre), Love and Information (NYTW), Blood and Gifts; Nikolai and the Others (Lincoln Center), The Qualms (Playwrights Horizons). National tour: The Light in the Piazza. Regional: The Normal Heart (Arena); ‘Art’, Good Boys and True (Steppenwolf); Death of a Salesman (Old Globe); A Prayer for My Enemy, Curse of the Starving Class, A Moon for the Misbegotten (Long Wharf); All the Kings Men, Arms and the Man (Intiman); Tartuffe, Caucasian Chalk Circle, Long Day’s Journey into Night (Seattle Repertory); Dinner with Friends, Side Man, The Crucible (ACT-Theater). Film and TV: A Most Violent Year, The Runner Stumbles, Three Fugitives, Born to Be Wild, Law & Order, NYPD Blue, Northern Exposure, Smash, The Good Wife, Elementary, Braindead, The Good Fight, The Americans.
Theresa Rebeck is a widely produced playwright throughout the United States and abroad. Theresa is the author of three novels: Three Girls and Their Brother, Twelve Rooms With A View, and I’m Glad About You, which was recently released in February 2016. For television, Theresa has written for Dream On, Brooklyn Bridge, L.A. Law, American Dreamer, Maximum Bob, First Wave, and Third Watch. She is also the creator of the NBC drama Smash. Her produced feature films include Harriet the Spy, Gossip, and the independent features Sunday on the Rocks and Seducing Charlie Barker, which is an adaptation of her play, The Scene.
Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Director) is the Founding Artistic Director of Colt Coeur, a Brooklyn-based theatre company, and the Associate Director of Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway. Recent: world premiere of Empathitrax by Ana Nogueira starring Jimmi Simpson (Colt Coeur), Cal in Camo starring Paul Wesley and David Harbour (Colt Coeur/Rattlestick), Kings by Sarah Burgess (workshop production, WP Theater), The Surgeon and her Daughters by Christopher G. Nuñez (Cherry Lane), The Nest by Theresa Rebeck (Denver Theatre Company), One Child Born (Oberon at American Repertory Theater), How to Live on Earth by MJ Kaufman (Colt Coeur @ HERE), 52nd to Bowery by Chiara Atik (EST Marathon), Dry Land by Ruby Rae Spiegel (Colt Coeur @ HERE, NYC), REUNION by Greg Moss (South Coast Rep), Everything is Ours by Nikole Beckwith (Colt Coeur @ HERE), Recall by Eliza Clark (Colt Coeur @ Wild Project), Fish Eye (Colt Coeur @ HERE). Other productions: Red starring Tim Daly (Dorset Theater Festival, VT), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Yale), world premiere of Seven Minutes in Heaven by Steven Levenson (Emerging America Festival, Huntington Theatre Company and Colt Coeur @ HERE). Adrienne is a Time Warner/Women’s Project Lab 2014-2016 Fellow. She has developed work with the Roundabout, Playwrights Horizons, Clubbed Thumb, New Georges, and EST. Director of #makeitfair. BA Barnard College, Columbia University.
“Tyne Daly and Tim Daly Will Star in World Premiere of Theresa Rebeck Play” – Playbill
“42 Essential Arts Events You Won’t Want to Miss This Spring and Summer” –Boston Globe Magazine
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