ANNA HOLBROOK (Lydia) returns to Primary Stages where she appeared in The Dolphin Position. Just off the Penguin Rep production of Daniel’s Husband, she is delighted to rejoin both, her favorite men, and Primary Stages. Recent NY: Natural Life, Hot L. Baltimore. TV/Film: I Love Trouble, “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “The West Wing,” “Spin City,” “Another World” (Daytime Emmy).
LOU LIBERATORE (Barry) Stage: Broadway: Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Award Nominations for Burn This. Off-Broadway, Regional, and London. TV: Daytime, Primetime, Pilots, Movies. Film: Features, Independents. As Director: Solo Shows, TV Pilot. Education: Fordham (Lincoln Center), William Esper. Member: Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Actor’s Center, New Circle Theatre Company, Circle Repertory Company (1985-1996).
MATTHEW MONTELONGO (Mitchell) Broadway: A View from the Bridge and The Ritz. Off-Broadway: One Night (Cherry Lane), This Backstage Life (Atlantic), His Daddy (EST), Whore (SPF), God’s Ear (Vineyard Theatre/New Georges), Five Flights (Rattlestick), The Mineola Twins and Arms and the Man (Roundabout), and Tartuffe (NYSF/Public Theatre). Television: “Forever”, “Gossip Girl”, “Law & Order: SVU” (x2). Film: Bear City 3.
RYAN SPAHN (Daniel) Off-Broadway credits include Ike Holter's Exit Strategy (Primary Stages) and Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' Gloria (Vineyard Theatre). Regional credits include Goodman Theatre, Penguin Rep, Philadelphia Theatre Company (Barrymore Award nomination), Actors Theatre of Louisville, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Martha's Vineyard Playhouse, and Celebration Theatre (LA Weekly Award). Feature film and TV credits include Woven (LA Film Festival premiere, also co-writer), He’s Way More Famous Than You (Slamdance Film Festival premiere, also co-writer), Grantham & Rose (Cleveland International Film Festival premiere, also writer), Ugly Betty, What's Your Emergency (co-created for Stage17.tv), and Logo's Cocktails & Classics (producer). Ryan received his BFA from The Juilliard School.
LELAND WHEELER (Trip) Regional: Daniel’s Husband (Penguin Rep). Film & Television: “1/1”, We Need to Talk about Kevin, “Blue Bloods”. Currently studying with Deborah Hedwall & a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NY). Since 2001, Leland & his family annually produce the award-winning Heritage Music BluesFest in Wheeling, WV.
March 22 - April 28, 2017
Wed-Sat 8; Sun 3
Added performances: March 28 at 8pm, April 8 at 2pm, April 15 at 2pm, April 25 at 8pm, April 26 at 2pm
No performances: April 5 at 8pm, April 16 at 3pm
95 minutes, no intermission
Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce Street