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Harry Clarke

October 26 - December 10, 2017

By David Cale
Directed by Leigh Silverman
Starring Billy Crudup
Produced in association with Audible
35th Anniversary SeasonVineyard Theatre Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern announce that the world premiere production of HARRY CLARKE by Obie Award winner David Cale (LILLIAN) and directed by Leigh Silverman (VIOLET) will be the first production of the 2017-2018 Season. HARRY CLARKE will begin performances on October 26 and open on November 12. Also announced is the New York debut of playwright Tori Sampson with a Developmental Lab of her play THIS LAND WAS MADE in July 2018. These plays complete The Vineyard’s 35th Anniversary Season. A sexually charged and wickedly funny one-man thriller, HARRY CLARKE is the story of a shy midwestern man leading an outrageous double life as the cocky Londoner Harry Clarke. Moving to New York City and presenting himself as an Englishman, he charms his way into a wealthy family’s life as the seductive and precocious Harry, whose increasingly risky and dangerous behavior threatens to undo more than his persona. The cast and creative team for HARRY CLARKE will be announced at a later date. The Developmental Lab, Tori Sampson’s THIS LAND WAS MADE, is set in Oakland in 1967 and explores a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights Movement, when the city was a powder keg of social activism ready to boil over into radical action. The patrons of Miss Trish's bar argue politics day and night, but it's all just talking points, until the full and explosive force of the revolution walks through the door. The Vineyard launched its Developmental Lab Program in 1991 in order to provide artists with a safe and creative way to develop new works of theatre. Labs are small in scale and perform for a limited run that is closed to the press. Each lab is tailored to the needs of the developmental process of the piece, enabling a playwright to work in a collaborative environment with a director and cast, and to explore staging and design elements. Due to the limited number of performances, seating to the Developmental Lab is limited, with priority for Vineyard Members. Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern said, "We have always sought at The Vineyard to provide a setting for both new and established artists to experiment and grow. It is fitting, therefore, as we celebrate 35 years of Vineyard Theatre's history, that our season will launch with a new work by the acclaimed playwright David Cale and finish with the New York debut of Tori Sampson, a playwright we know people will be talking about decades to come. We are thrilled to welcome one of our favorite playwrights, Jordan Harrison, to The Vineyard with his extraordinary new play, and to have our beloved collaborative team of Susan Stroman, John Kander, and David Thompson (who gave us the unforgettable THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS) return to push the boundaries of theatrical form on our stage. Each of the shows in our season tells a deeply compelling story, and does so on its own singular, daring terms. We are immensely proud to continue to be a theatre that great artists want to call their artistic home, and can’t wait to share these remarkable new works with audiences.” The Vineyard’s previously announced 2017-2018 Season continues in the winter with the world premieres of THE AMATEURS by Jordan Harrison (2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist for MARJORIE PRIME) directed by Oliver Butler (THE OPEN HOUSE, Obie Award for Direction), with performances beginning February 8, opening on February 27. The final mainstage production of the season will be THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE, a new work — fusing drama, dance and music — by five-time Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Susan Stroman (CONTACT, THE PRODUCERS), Tony Award-nominated playwright David Thompson (THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS), and legendary composer and four-time Tony Award winner John Kander (CABARET, CHICAGO), with performances beginning May 3, opening on May 23. Memberships are now on sale for The Vineyard’s 35th Anniversary Season and can be purchased online at www.vineyardtheatre.org or by calling the box office at 212-353-0303. Becoming a member ensures great seats to all Vineyard productions for a fraction of the full ticket price. Other privileges include the ability to reserve seats before tickets go on sale to the general public, discounted guest tickets, invitations to new play readings and Developmental Labs, and other exclusive benefits. David Cale (Playwright) is the writer and performer of solo works including LILLIAN (Playwrights Horizons, Obie Award), A LIKELY STORY (The New Group), DEEP IN A DREAM OF YOU (The Public Theater, Bessie Award), SMOOCH MUSIC (The Kitchen) and THE REDTHROATS (Second Stage, Performance Space 122, Bessie Award). His work has been presented throughout the U.S. including at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; CTG’s Kirk Douglas Theatre, L.A.; and The Goodman Theatre, Chicago. His monologues have been featured on Public Radio’s “This American Life” and NPR’s “The Next Big Thing,” for which he was a regular contributor, and filmed for the HBO special “Bette Midler’s Mondo Beyondo.” He wrote the book, lyrics, co-composed the music for, and played Floyd in the musical FLOYD AND CLEA UNDER THE WESTERN SKY (Playwrights Horizons, Goodman Theater, Outer Critics Circle Nomination). Other works include BETWIXT (The New Group) and THE BLUE ALBUM (with Dael Orlandersmith). He composed the songs for 600 Highwaymen’s EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR (2016 Under the Radar Festival, Public Theater, Crossing the Line Festival, Bessie Nomination) and has written lyrics for songs sung by artists including Elvis Costello, Debbie Harry and Jimmy Scott. As an actor he appears in films including The Slaughter Rule, Two Lovers and Pollock. His TV credits include “The Good Wife.” He has performed in plays on Broadway and off, most recently in Stew and Heidi Rodewald’s THE TOTAL BENT at The Public Theater. Leigh Silverman (Director) Broadway: VIOLET (Roundabout; Tony nom.); CHINGLISH; WELL. Encores: REALLY ROSIE; THE WILD PARTY; VIOLET. Recent Off-Broadway: SWEET CHARITY (The New Group); ON THE EXHALE (Roundabout); THE OUTER SPACE (Public Theater); ALL THE WAYS TO SAY I LOVE YOU (MCC); THE WAY WE GET BY (Second Stage); TUMACHO (Clubbed Thumb); AMERICAN HERO (WTF; Second Stage); NO PLACE TO GO (Public Theater); KUNG FU (Signature Theatre); THE (CURIOUS CASE OF THE) WATSON INTELLIGENCE (Playwrights Horizons); THE MADRID (MTC); GOLDEN CHILD (Signature Theatre); IN THE WAKE (CTG/Berkeley/Public Theater; Obie Award, Lortel nomination); THE CALL (Playwrights Horizons); GO BACK TO WHERE YOU ARE (Playwrights Horizons; Obie Award); YELLOW FACE (CTG/Public Theater). Vice President, SDC. Tori Sampson is a Minneapolis based playwright originally from Boston. Her plays include IF PRETTY HURTS UGLY MUST BE A MUHFUCKA, THIS LAND WAS MADE, CADILLAC CREW, WHERE BUTTERFLIES GO IN THE WINTER and SOME BODIES TRAVEL. Her plays have been developed at Great Plains National Theater Conference, Berkeley Repertory Theater’s: The Ground Floor residency program, Victory Garden’s IGNITION festival and Ubuntu Theater Project. Tori is a 2017-18 Playwrights’ Center Jerome Fellow. Two of Tori’s plays appeared on the 2017 Kilroys List and she holds an Honorable Mention from the 2016 Relentless Award. She is the Kennedy Center’s 2016 Paula Vogel Playwright and second-place Lorraine Hansberry recipient. She is a 2017 finalist for the Alliance Theater’s Kendeda Prize. Tori is currently working on commissions from Berkeley Repertory Theater and Yale Repertory Theater. She holds a B.S. in sociology from Ball State University and an MFA in playwriting from Yale School of Drama. Dedicated to the creation and production of daring new plays and musicals, Vineyard Theatre has consistently premiered provocative, groundbreaking works, including Paula Vogel and Rebecca Taichman’s Tony Award-winning INDECENT and Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Pulitzer Prize finalist GLORIA; DOT by Colman Domingo; Nicky Silver's THE LYONS; Marx, Lopez and Whitty's Tony Award-winning musical AVENUE Q; Kander and Ebb's THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS; Bell and Bowen's [title of show]; Paula Vogel's HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE (1998 Pulitzer Prize); Edward Albee's THREE TALL WOMEN (1994 Pulitzer Prize); Lanie Robertson’s LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR AND GRILL; Tarell Alvin McCraney's WIG OUT!; Becky Mode’s FULLY COMMITTED; Jenny Schwartz’s GOD’S EAR; Will Eno's MIDDLETOWN; and many more. The Vineyard awards the annual Paula Vogel Playwriting Award and biennial Susan Stroman Directing Award to gifted emerging artists to create new works in residence. The Vineyard's productions have been honored with two Pulitzer Prizes, five Tony Awards, and numerous Drama Desk, Obie, Outer Critics Circle and Lucille Lortel awards. Vineyard Theatre’s leadership includes Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern and Managing Director Suzanne Appel. Follow Vineyard Theatre on Facebook: vineyardtheatrenyc, Twitter: @vineyardtheatre, and Instagram: @vineyardtheatre.  www.vineyardtheatre.org

Billy Crudup

Equally memorable on the stage and screen, Billy Crudup has appeared at Vineyard Theatre in Chiori Miyagawa's AMERICA DREAMING and Adam Rapp's THE METAL CHILDREN. On stage, Crudup most recently starred in the repertory productions of NO MAN’S LAND and WAITING FOR GODOT on Broadway, opposite Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and Shuler Hensley. In 2007, Crudup won a “Best Performance by a Featured Actor” Tony Award for his role in the Broadway production of THE COAST OF UTOPIA. He also received Tony nominations for his roles in THE ELEPHANT MAN, THE PILLOWMAN, and ARCADIA. His other stage credits include William Inge’s BUS STOP and the Roundabout Theater’s production of THREE SISTERS, which earned him a Drama Desk nomination. He has appeared in OEDIPUS with Frances McDormand, starred in the New York Shakespeare Festival production of MEASURE FOR MEASURE at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, and starred in the off-Broadway run of THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI opposite Al Pacino and Steve Buscemi. Crudup most recently starred in Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant and made his television debut in Netflix’s psychological thriller "Gypsy." Additional major motion pictures include Jackie, 20th Century Women, Spotlight, Youth in Oregon, The Stanford Prison Experiment, Sleepers, Everyone Says I Love You, Inventing the Abbotts, Without Limits, Jesus’ Son, Waking the Dead, Almost Famous, 1 Mile to You, Glass Chin, Rudderless, Blood Ties, Eat Pray Love, Public Enemies, Watchmen, Charlotte Gray, Big Fish, Stage Beauty, Trust the Man, Mission Impossible 3, and The Good Shepherd. Upcoming, he will appear in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, to debut in November, and will star in the 2018 film adaptation of Maria Semple’s novel, Where’d You Go, Bernadette, alongside Kristen Wiig and Cate Blanchett.

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David Cale

David Cale (Playwright) is the writer and performer of solo works including LILLIAN (Playwrights Horizons, Obie Award), A LIKELY STORY (The New Group), DEEP IN A DREAM OF YOU (The Public Theater, Bessie Award), SMOOCH MUSIC (The Kitchen) and THE REDTHROATS (Second Stage, Performance Space 122, Bessie Award). His work has been presented throughout the U.S. including at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; CTG’s Kirk Douglas Theatre, L.A.; and The Goodman Theatre, Chicago. His monologues have been featured on Public Radio’s “This American Life” and NPR’s “The Next Big Thing,” for which he was a regular contributor, and filmed for the HBO special “Bette Midler’s Mondo Beyondo.” He wrote the book, lyrics, co-composed the music for, and played Floyd in the musical FLOYD AND CLEA UNDER THE WESTERN SKY (Playwrights Horizons, Goodman Theater, Outer Critics Circle Nomination). Other works include BETWIXT (The New Group) and THE BLUE ALBUM (with Dael Orlandersmith). He composed the songs for 600 Highwaymen’s EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR (2016 Under the Radar Festival, Public Theater, Crossing the Line Festival, Bessie Nomination) and has written lyrics for songs sung by artists including Elvis Costello, Debbie Harry and Jimmy Scott. As an actor he appears in films including The Slaughter Rule, Two Lovers and Pollock. His TV credits include “The Good Wife.” He has performed in plays on Broadway and off, most recently in Stew and Heidi Rodewald’s THE TOTAL BENT at The Public Theater.

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Leigh Silverman

Leigh Silverman (Director) Broadway credits include: VIOLET (Roundabout; Tony nom.), CHINGLISH, WELL. Her Citi Center Encores productions include: REALLY ROSIE, THE WILD PARTY, VIOLET. Her recent Off-Broadway credits include:  SWEET CHARITY (The New Group), ON THE EXHALE (Roundabout), THE OUTER SPACE (Public Theater), ALL THE WAYS TO SAY I LOVE YOU (MCC), THE WAY WE GET BY (Second Stage), TUMACHO (Clubbed Thumb), AMERICAN HERO (WTF; Second Stage), NO PLACE TO GO (Public Theater), KUNG FU (Signature Theatre), THE (CURIOUS CASE OF THE) WATSON INTELLIGENCE (Playwrights Horizons), THE MADRID (MTC), GOLDEN CHILD (Signature Theatre), IN THE WAKE (CTG/Berkeley/Public Theater, Obie Award, Lortel nomination), THE CALL (Playwrights Horizons), GO BACK TO WHERE YOU ARE (Playwrights Horizons, Obie Award), YELLOW FACE (CTG/Public Theater). She is the Vice President of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.

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Alexander Dodge

(Scenic Design) Vineyard Theatre debut. Broadway: ANASTASIA (Outer Critics Circle nomination), A GENTLEMEN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations; CT Critics Award, L.A. Critics Award, Craig Noel Award winners), PRESENT LAUGHTER (Tony nomination), OLD ACQUAINTANCE, BUTLEY, HEDDA GABLER (w/Kate Burton). London West End: ALL NEW PEOPLE (written by and starring Zach Braff) also Manchester and Glasgow. Off-Broadway: THE LIAR (CSC), RIPCORD (MTC), LIPS TOGETHER, TEETH APART (Second Stage); RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN (Playwrights Horizons); THE UNDERSTUDY (Roundabout), MEASURE FOR PLEASURE (Public) OBSERVE THE SONS OF ULSTER… (Lincoln Center, Lortel Award). Tours: Disney’s HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME: La Jolla Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse, Germany and Japan. Opera: THE GHOSTS OF VERSAILLES (L.A. Opera), DINNER AT EIGHT, COSI FAN TUTTE (Minnesota Opera), AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY (Glimmerglass), IL TRITTICO (Deutsche Oper Berlin), LOHENGRIN (Budapest). Television: “Julie’s Greenroom” starring Julie Andrews for Netflix. Training: Yale School of Drama.

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Kaye Voyce

(Costume Design) Vineyard Theatre: THIS DAY FORWARD, THE BURNT PART BOYS. Broadway: SIGNIFICANT OTHER, THE REAL THING, THE REALISTIC JONESES, and SHINING CITY. Recent work includes: OFFICE HOUR, HAMLET (Public Theatre), MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Elevator Repair Service/Public Theatre), AFTER THE BLAST (LCT3), THE SUMMER KING (Pittsburgh Opera, world premiere), THE ANTIPODES (Signature Theatre), ENDGAME (Long Wharf), REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN (Soho Rep), SIGNATURE PLAYS, THE WAYSIDE MOTOR INN (Signature Theatre), INDIAN SUMMER and DETROIT (Playwrights Horizons), THE MYSTERY OF LOVE AND SEX and 4000 MILES (Lincoln Center Theater), IL TURCO IN ITALIA (Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Opera Dijon,Teatro Regio Torino and Teatr Wielki, Warsaw), Trisha Brown’s final two dances: “Rogues” and “Toss,” and many shows with Richard Maxwell/New York City Players.

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Alan C. Edwards

(Lighting Design) Vineyard Theatre debut. Broadway: THE TESTAMENT OF MARY (Assoc. to Jennifer Tipton). Off-Broadway: THE FIRST NOEL (Classical Theatre of Harlem/Apollo Theatre). Off-Off-Broadway: KILL MOVE PARADISE, CARNAVAL (National Black Theatre); MACBETH (Audelco Award winner), FIT FOR A QUEEN (Classical Theatre of Harlem), DUTCHMAN (CTH & NBT), HOLDING IT DOWN (Harlem Stage). Regional: HENRY IV- PT. 2, FINGERSMITH (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT (The Guthrie), STAGGER LEE (Dallas Theater Center), TWISTED MELODIES (Center Stage Baltimore), THE ELABORATE ENTRANCE OF CHAD DEITY (Asolo Rep), THE PIANO LESSON, A DELICATE BALANCE (Yale Rep), LIGHTS OUT: NAT KING COLE (People’s Light), THE MOUNTAINTOP (Cleveland Play House). Opera: MARIA DE BUENOS AIRES (Mill City Opera), ACIS & GALATEA (Madison Opera), CARMEN (Tri-Cities Opera). Dance: Madiba (for Jeremy McQueen performing at the Kennedy Center). Training: Edwards received his MFA from the Yale School of Drama. www.alancedwards.com.

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Bart Fasbender

(Sound Design) Vineyard Theatre debut. Recent designs include LONELY PLANET at Keen Company; NEIGHBORS: a fair trade agreement at INTAR and ROCKY HORROR at Bucks County Playhouse. Previous collaborations with Ms. Silverman include THE HEIDI CHRONICLES at The Guthrie, the world premieres of Neil LaBute’s ALL THE WAYS TO SAY I LOVE YOU at MCC and THE WAY WE GET BY at Second Stage; BRIGHT HALF LIFE by Tanya Barfield for Women’s Project and Martín Zimmerman’s ON THE EXHALE at Roundabout Underground. Other NY credits include the world premiere and Broadway production of Alex Timbers’ BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON; the world premieres of Erica Schmidt’s ALL THE FINE BOYS at The New Group and Michael Laurence’s HAMLET IN BED at Rattlestick and the NY premiere of Robert Schenkkan’s BUILDING THE WALL. Proud member of USA 829 and Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association.

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Bryn Herdrich

(Assistant Director) is excited to be making her Vineyard Theatre debut! Assistant Directing credits include MEN ON BOATS dir. Will Davis, and F*CK THIS TYPEWRITER dir. William Burke. Favorite directing credits include INTERABANG (Ars Nova Antfest), IGNIS FATUUS (The Tank) and ENDLESS SUMMER (Hunter College). Upcoming: UNTITLED AMERICAN FLAG CRAFT PROJECT at The Brick Theater.

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Shelley Miles

(Production Stage Manager) Vineyard Theatre debut. Broadway: HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH rehearsal stage manager for Michael C. Hall and John Cameron Mitchell, VIOLET, BETRAYAL, PICNIC, GORE VIDAL’S THE BEST MAN, ROCK OF AGES. Off-Broadway: FOR PETER PAN ON HER 70TH BIRTHDAY (Playwrights Horizons), THE OUTER SPACE (Public), SWEET CHARITY (New Group), NAT TURNER IN JERUSALEM, HADESTOWN, and WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT? all with New York Theatre Workshop. At Encores!: THE WILD PARTY, A NEW BRAIN, LADY BE GOOD, IRMA LA DOUCE, and GIRL CRAZY. I’M LOOKING FOR HELEN TWELVETREES (Abrons), WASHER/DRYER (MaYi), ALPHABETICAL ORDER (Keen). Three plays with The Debate Society: CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT, BUDDY COP 2, BLOOD PLAY. SM for numerous stories and productions penned by Clay McLeod Chapman. Love and gratitude to Leigh, David, Billy, Rachel, and DeFina.

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Andrew Diaz

(Props Master) Vineyard Theatre: GIGANTIC, GLORIA. Andrew is a Brooklyn-based set and props designer. He has previously worked with Walt Disney Entertainment, Roundabout Theatre Company, MCC Theatre, Flea Theatre, Signature Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, Carnegie Hall, Classic Stage Company, Primary Stages, The Public, Theater for a New Audience, Cherry Lane Theatre, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, among others. BFA University of Arizona School of Theater Arts.

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Elizabeth Smith

(Dialect Coach) Vineyard Theatre debut. LCT: OSLO, MACBETH, CYMBELINE, THE COAST OF UTOPIA, THE RIVALS, HENRY IV, THE INVENTION OF LOVE, TWELFTH NIGHT, IVANOV, RACING DEMON, ARCADIA. Broadway: NOISES OFF, ROCK ‘N’ ROLL, THE ELEPHANT MAN, DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, JULIUS CAESAR, SIGHT UNSEEN, RETREAT FROM MOSCOW, TARTUFFE, NIGHT MUST FALL, TOMMY, MY FAIR LADY, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, ME AND MY GIRL, PIAF, ROSE, DRACULA. Off-Broadway: SORE THROATS, HUMBLE BOY, HOUSE AND GARDEN, ONE FLEA SPARE, THE STRIKER, HAMLET, FEN, MOONLIGHT, NO MAN'S LAND, KINDERTRANSPORT, THE ROAD TO MECCA, CLOUD NINE. Regional: Westport Country Playhouse, Shakespeare Theatre DC, Centre Stage, LWT, A.R.T., Hartford Stage, Arena Stage, Guthrie. Award: 1996 John Houseman Award.

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Henry Russell Bergstein, CSA

(Casting) Vineyard Theatre: THE LYONS (and Broadway), GLORIA (and Goodman), DOT, THE LANDING, CAN YOU FORGIVE HER?, KID VICTORY (and Signature DC), TOO MUCH SUN, BILLY & RAY, SOMEWHERE FUN, THE NORTH POOL, ARLINGTON, OUTSIDE PEOPLE, CHECKERS, PICKED, MIDDLETOWN, THE METAL CHILDREN, SLUG BEARERS OF KAYROL ISLAND..., WIG OUT!. Other theater: SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS, NATASHA, PIERRE, & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812; THE WILDNESS (Ars Nova). Sundance Theatre Lab: 5 seasons. Television: US Casting for “Black Mirror,” Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” with Douglas Aibel, USA’s “The Sinner” with Stephanie Holbrook, HBO’s upcoming “Succession.” Film: It Felt Like Love, Saturday Church, Easy Living; with Douglas Aibel – Grandma, Love After Love, How to Talk to Girls at Parties; with Allison Estrin – Dabka, Drunk Parents, Jack of the Red Hearts. As an associate he has worked on films including Manchester By The Sea, Grand Budapest Hotel, Mistress America, Frances Ha, Split, Two Lovers.

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Audible

Audible is the leading provider of premium digital spoken audio content, offering customers a new way to enhance and enrich their lives every day. To unleash the power of the spoken word, Audible pairs outstanding talent with great works, developing and producing theater projects in the studio and onstage to amplify innovative language-driven storytelling and extraordinary performances. Our Emerging Playwrights Fund invests in playwrights around the globe whose work can be heard by millions of Audible listeners. Audible’s inaugural productions: Off-Broadway, David Cale’s HARRY CLARKE, starring Billy Crudup at the Vineyard Theatre; Broadway, LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS, written by and starring John Leguizamo.

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Harry Clarke Calendar

October 26 - December 10, 2017

Performances are Tuesday - Sunday. CLICK HERE for the complete calendar. Running time: approximately 1 hour, 20 minutes with no intermission THERE IS NO LATE SEATING FOR THIS PRODUCTION.

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All photos: Billy Crudup by Carol Rosegg.
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TONY AWARD-WINNER BILLY CRUDUP TO STAR IN HARRY CLARKE

Vineyard Theatre Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern announce that Tony Award-winner Billy Crudup (THE COAST OF UTOPIA, Spotlight, THE METAL CHILDREN) will star in the world premiere production of HARRY CLARKE by Obie Award-winner David Cale (LILLIAN) and directed by Leigh Silverman (VIOLET). Vineyard Theatre will produce HARRY

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