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In Jeremy O. Harris’ searing new play “Daddy,” Franklin (Ronald Peet), a young black artist on the verge of his first show, meets Andre (Alan Cumming), an older white art collector, and before long their feverish link deepens into an irresistible bond. But when Franklin’s Christian mother, Zora (Charlayne Woodard), decides that her son is in peril, she enters into a battle of wills with Andre over the soul of the man they both call baby. Basquiats and Birkins, gospel and pop, and fantasy and reality collide around a Bel Air swimming pool in this deeply surreal exploration of intimacy and identity. Danya Taymor (PASS OVER) directs this wildly theatrical and dangerous world-premiere play by the recipient of The Vineyard’s 2018 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, in a co-production from Vineyard Theatre and The New Group.


This play contains nudity and graphic sexual content.


Presented in the Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (480 West 42nd Street).


“A provocatively brilliant, brilliantly provocative, new play. Impeccable cast.”

— Barbara Schuler, Newsday


“A BRILLIANT NEW PLAY!

MAGNIFICENT. WE MIGHT BE LIVING THROUGH A GOLDEN AGE OF NEW AMERICAN PLAYS.

Set designer Matt Saunders’s rendition of a Bel-Air manse and pool mesmerizes. In a remarkable performance, Cumming never loses his vampire cool. Peet’s performance takes this young man to a place that the Edward Albee of “The American Dream” would fully appreciate.”                                 — Robert Hofler, The Wrap


“”DADDY” IS AN IMPORTANT, MUST-SEE WORK.

With its trenchant inquiry into black and white relationships and the historical dynamics that influence them, the play packs a wallop. A safe place for uncomfortable discussions about race in America.”

 

— Pete Hempstead, TheaterMania


“SMART AND GRIPPING.

Alan Cumming leads superb cast in provocative melodrama. Charlayne Woodard and Ronald Peet are transfixing. A stunning performance from Woodard. “Daddy” makes for highly compelling theater, exploring issues of race, sexual identity and contemporary art while remaining grounded in a dramatic power struggle.”

 

— Matt Windman, AMNY


“BRILLIANT! THERE IS NOTHING AS INVOLVING AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING
ON THE NEW YORK STAGE RIGHT NOW.”

 

— Tim Teeman, Daily Beast


““DADDY” IS A THEATRICAL ACHIEVEMENT OF THE HIGHEST DEGREE;

a bold, experimental, political, and important work of theater that will not soon be forgotten. It is a perfect example of the power of theater and is the exact embodiment of the type of art we should be making right now. Gripping, modern, and powerfully political. Here, as in SLAVE PLAY, [Harris] deals with themes of race and sexuality in a hauntingly trenchant manner. The writing, acting, direction, design, and music are all flawless and combined they create a work that is nothing short of a masterpiece.”

— Christian Lewis, Medium


“MY HEART BELONGS TO “DADDY.” AN AMBITIOUS, INTELLIGENT, AND IN-YOUR-FACE PROVOCATIVE PLAY,

rendered astonishing under the direction of Danya Taymor and the terrific performances of its cast.”

—Jonathan Mandell, New York Theater


““DADDY” IS INVIGORATING, PROVOCATIVE, AND OFTEN WILDLY ENTERTAINING.

A surfeit of cunning insight — on art, sex, power, faith, subjectivity, and coming of age from the margins — is far more than one can reasonably expect from even the most established and revered playwrights in American theatre, much less one who’s not yet out of graduate school. Fortunately for us, [Harris] is just getting started.”

—Naveen Kumar, Towleroad


““DADDY” HAS SOME OF THE MOST MEMORABLE MOMENTS AND EXCHANGES YOU’LL SEE AND HEAR ON STAGE THIS YEAR.

There can be no denying Harris’ gifts as a writer. An extremely bold first-class
production under the inventive direction of Danya Taymor. Tommy Dorfman makes a fine stage debut. Charlayne Woodard is incredibly brilliant.”

—Brian Scott Lipton, CitiTour


“A searing revelatory peek into the world of dominance, control, human behavior, emotional fragility, religion and art. Alan Cumming is Intense and remarkable. Charlayne Woodard is outstanding. Hari Nef is electrifying. In the sensitive, skillful and loving hands of director Danya Taymor, the production and performances are impressively real and jolting.”

—Sandi Durell, TheaterPizzazz


““DADDY” IS AN EXTRAORDINARY PIECE OF STORYTELLING.

A MASTERFUL WORK OF ART THAT DEMANDS TO BE SEEN. A MONUMENTAL WORK OF BOLD GENIUS,

a searing, audacious investigation into the creation and ownership of both art and people. Phenomenal staging. Inspirational vocal music and arrangements. Peet makes a major breakthrough as Franklin, giving a brave performance. Cumming is utterly charming as Andre.”

       —This Week in New York


“HARRIS IS A MASTERFUL PROVOCATEUR. HILARIOUS, EXCITING AND SERIOUSLY DISCOMFITING.

ANYONE WHO CARES ABOUT THE PULSE OF THEATER OUGHT TO WELCOME HIS ARRIVAL.

He has already marked out distinctive theatrical territory for himself at the radioactive crossroads
of race, sex and pop music. Dazzled by the panache and vision, and yes, the daring, raunchy subversiveness of this new dramatic talent.”

Jonathan Kalb, Theater Matters


“JEREMY O. HARRIS IS A REMARKABLE VOICE OF HIS GENERATION. “DADDY” IS WORTH SEEING.

Cumming and Peet are a remarkable pair. Lee Kinney’s foreboding original score and sound design punctuates the action with driving intensity. ”

Keith Paul Medelis, Theatre is Easy


“HARRIS HAS A VITAL VOICE AND IS A TALENT TO WATCH.

Kahyun Kim in a touching turn, exposes her character’s shallowness and vulnerability almost simultaneously.”

David Sheward, TheaterLife.com


“HARRIS DOES MORE THAN COLOR OUTSIDE THE BOX — HE REBUILDS THE BOX FROM THE GROUND UP.

All bets are off from the moment this play begins. We are on a rollercoaster ride directly through the hearts of these characters. There is a sort of electricity that these actors create — this is a superb ensemble. A surprising but perfect addition: a gospel choir of some immense talent and strengths.”

Tulis McCall, New York Theatre Guide


““DADDY” WILL NOT LEAVE YOUR HEAD FOR A WHILE, NOR WILL THE QUESTIONS THIS PLAY ASKS.

Danya Taymor’s direction, is playful, thought provoking and so watchable. The whole cast creates characters who make us laugh, makes us cringe and make us wonder about humanity. Bravo!”

—Suzanna Bowling, Times Square Chronicles


MEMBERS: You may now book your seats through our member booking.

Limited seats remain! Please call the box office at 212-353-0303 if you need help finding dates.


Not a Member? Click here to join today! become a member

Members have access to the best available seats.


$32 rush tickets may be available for sale beginning 1 hour prior to the performance at the box office at The Pershing Square Signature Center. Rush tickets are subject to availability and are not guaranteed.


“Daddy” is supported by grants from the Tobin Theatre Arts Fund and the Venturous Theatre Fund of the Tides Foundation.

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“Daddy”

February 13 - March 31, 2019

By Jeremy O. Harris
Directed by Danya Taymor
With Carrie Compere, Alan Cumming, Tommy Dorfman, Kahyun Kim, Denise Manning, Hari Nef, Onyie Nwachukwu, Ronald Peet, Charlayne Woodard
A co-production with The New Group
In Jeremy O. Harris’ searing new play “Daddy,” Franklin (Ronald Peet), a young black artist on the verge of his first show, meets Andre (Alan Cumming), an older white art collector, and before long their feverish link deepens into an irresistible bond. But when Franklin’s Christian mother, Zora (Charlayne Woodard), decides that her son is in peril, she enters into a battle of wills with Andre over the soul of the man they both call baby. Basquiats and Birkins, gospel and pop, and fantasy and reality collide around a Bel Air swimming pool in this deeply surreal exploration of intimacy and identity. Danya Taymor (PASS OVER) directs this wildly theatrical and dangerous world-premiere play by the recipient of The Vineyard's 2018 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, in a co-production from Vineyard Theatre and The New Group.
This play contains nudity and graphic sexual content.
Presented in the Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (480 West 42nd Street).

"A provocatively brilliant, brilliantly provocative, new play. Impeccable cast."

— Barbara Schuler, Newsday

“A BRILLIANT NEW PLAY!

MAGNIFICENT. WE MIGHT BE LIVING THROUGH A GOLDEN AGE OF NEW AMERICAN PLAYS.

Set designer Matt Saunders’s rendition of a Bel-Air manse and pool mesmerizes. In a remarkable performance, Cumming never loses his vampire cool. Peet’s performance takes this young man to a place that the Edward Albee of “The American Dream” would fully appreciate.”                                 — Robert Hofler, The Wrap

“"DADDY" IS AN IMPORTANT, MUST-SEE WORK.

With its trenchant inquiry into black and white relationships and the historical dynamics that influence them, the play packs a wallop. A safe place for uncomfortable discussions about race in America.”   — Pete Hempstead, TheaterMania

“SMART AND GRIPPING.

Alan Cumming leads superb cast in provocative melodrama. Charlayne Woodard and Ronald Peet are transfixing. A stunning performance from Woodard. “Daddy” makes for highly compelling theater, exploring issues of race, sexual identity and contemporary art while remaining grounded in a dramatic power struggle.”   — Matt Windman, AMNY

“BRILLIANT! THERE IS NOTHING AS INVOLVING AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING ON THE NEW YORK STAGE RIGHT NOW.”

  — Tim Teeman, Daily Beast

"“DADDY” IS A THEATRICAL ACHIEVEMENT OF THE HIGHEST DEGREE;

a bold, experimental, political, and important work of theater that will not soon be forgotten. It is a perfect example of the power of theater and is the exact embodiment of the type of art we should be making right now. Gripping, modern, and powerfully political. Here, as in SLAVE PLAY, [Harris] deals with themes of race and sexuality in a hauntingly trenchant manner. The writing, acting, direction, design, and music are all flawless and combined they create a work that is nothing short of a masterpiece.” — Christian Lewis, Medium

“MY HEART BELONGS TO "DADDY." AN AMBITIOUS, INTELLIGENT, AND IN-YOUR-FACE PROVOCATIVE PLAY,

rendered astonishing under the direction of Danya Taymor and the terrific performances of its cast.” —Jonathan Mandell, New York Theater

"“DADDY” IS INVIGORATING, PROVOCATIVE, AND OFTEN WILDLY ENTERTAINING.

A surfeit of cunning insight — on art, sex, power, faith, subjectivity, and coming of age from the margins — is far more than one can reasonably expect from even the most established and revered playwrights in American theatre, much less one who’s not yet out of graduate school. Fortunately for us, [Harris] is just getting started.” —Naveen Kumar, Towleroad

"“DADDY" HAS SOME OF THE MOST MEMORABLE MOMENTS AND EXCHANGES YOU’LL SEE AND HEAR ON STAGE THIS YEAR.

There can be no denying Harris’ gifts as a writer. An extremely bold first-class production under the inventive direction of Danya Taymor. Tommy Dorfman makes a fine stage debut. Charlayne Woodard is incredibly brilliant.” —Brian Scott Lipton, CitiTour
“A searing revelatory peek into the world of dominance, control, human behavior, emotional fragility, religion and art. Alan Cumming is Intense and remarkable. Charlayne Woodard is outstanding. Hari Nef is electrifying. In the sensitive, skillful and loving hands of director Danya Taymor, the production and performances are impressively real and jolting." —Sandi Durell, TheaterPizzazz

““DADDY” IS AN EXTRAORDINARY PIECE OF STORYTELLING.

A MASTERFUL WORK OF ART THAT DEMANDS TO BE SEEN. A MONUMENTAL WORK OF BOLD GENIUS,

a searing, audacious investigation into the creation and ownership of both art and people. Phenomenal staging. Inspirational vocal music and arrangements. Peet makes a major breakthrough as Franklin, giving a brave performance. Cumming is utterly charming as Andre.”        —This Week in New York

“HARRIS IS A MASTERFUL PROVOCATEUR. HILARIOUS, EXCITING AND SERIOUSLY DISCOMFITING.

ANYONE WHO CARES ABOUT THE PULSE OF THEATER OUGHT TO WELCOME HIS ARRIVAL.

He has already marked out distinctive theatrical territory for himself at the radioactive crossroads of race, sex and pop music. Dazzled by the panache and vision, and yes, the daring, raunchy subversiveness of this new dramatic talent.” Jonathan Kalb, Theater Matters

“JEREMY O. HARRIS IS A REMARKABLE VOICE OF HIS GENERATION. "DADDY" IS WORTH SEEING.

Cumming and Peet are a remarkable pair. Lee Kinney's foreboding original score and sound design punctuates the action with driving intensity. ” Keith Paul Medelis, Theatre is Easy

“HARRIS HAS A VITAL VOICE AND IS A TALENT TO WATCH.

Kahyun Kim in a touching turn, exposes her character's shallowness and vulnerability almost simultaneously.” David Sheward, TheaterLife.com

"HARRIS DOES MORE THAN COLOR OUTSIDE THE BOX — HE REBUILDS THE BOX FROM THE GROUND UP.

All bets are off from the moment this play begins. We are on a rollercoaster ride directly through the hearts of these characters. There is a sort of electricity that these actors create — this is a superb ensemble. A surprising but perfect addition: a gospel choir of some immense talent and strengths.” Tulis McCall, New York Theatre Guide

““DADDY” WILL NOT LEAVE YOUR HEAD FOR A WHILE, NOR WILL THE QUESTIONS THIS PLAY ASKS.

Danya Taymor’s direction, is playful, thought provoking and so watchable. The whole cast creates characters who make us laugh, makes us cringe and make us wonder about humanity. Bravo!” —Suzanna Bowling, Times Square Chronicles

MEMBERS: You may now book your seats through our member booking.

Limited seats remain! Please call the box office at 212-353-0303 if you need help finding dates.


Not a Member? Click here to join today! become a member

Members have access to the best available seats.
$32 rush tickets may be available for sale beginning 1 hour prior to the performance at the box office at The Pershing Square Signature Center. Rush tickets are subject to availability and are not guaranteed.
"Daddy" is supported by grants from the Tobin Theatre Arts Fund and the Venturous Theatre Fund of the Tides Foundation.

Carrie Compere

On Broadway, Carrie played (Sofia) in THE COLOR PURPLE, and on the National Tour including The Paper Mill Playhouse. Also: THE GOLDEN APPLE(Lovey Mars/The Siren), and HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME, SHREK THE MUSICAL. Off-Broadway: THE LIGHTNING THIEF (Sally Jackson), SISTAS, LORD TOM, SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE (TUTS), SHOW BOAT: LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER. TV: "Seven Seconds", "NYC 22", "Gurland on Gurland."

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Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming has worked extensively in theatre, TV, film and new media for the past 35 years as a performer, writer, producer and director. He is the author of five books, has performed in concert halls across the globe and also owns a bar, Club Cumming. Find out more at alancumming.com

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Tommy Dorfman

Tommy Dorfman was born in Atlanta, GA. They grew up performing as a ballet dancer with the Atlanta Ballet before studying acting at Fordham University, after which they began their acting career playing Ryan Shaver in Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why.” Dorfman’s upcoming projects include Jenji Kohan’s new series “American Princess” and the final season of “Jane the Virgin.” In 2017, they were awarded the Rising Star Award from GLAAD. This is their first play.

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Kahyun Kim

Kahyun Kim recently wrapped a major role on the upcoming season two of the hit STARZ series, “American Gods.” Born and raised in South Korea, Kahyun moved to the United States and was immediately accepted into Juilliard’s Drama School. TV credits include “Shameless” (Showtime), “Timeless” (NBC), “Adam Ruins Everything” (TruTV), “The Mysteries of Laura” (NBC), “Austin & Ally” (Disney) and “Cassandra French” (Fullscreen). Film credits include Bad Match (Netflix), Spa Night (Sundance Premiere) and the Disney reboot of Freaky Friday. Theatre credits include LOVE AND MONEY (Signature Theatre) and a starring role in Tracy Letts’ LINDA VISTA (Steppenwolf Theatre). Kahyun currently lives in Los Angeles.

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Denise Manning

Denise Manning is an Actor-vist, Comic, and Musician from Austin, Texas. Her recent credits include WHAT TO SEND UP (Aleshea Harris/NY Times Critics’ Pick; Movement Theatre Company), THE CHRONICLES OF CARDIGAN AND KHENTE (Soho Rep), WHITE GIRL IN DANGER! (Vineyard) and Whitney White's THREE SISTERS (Drama League/Directorfest). She is so grateful to The New Group, Vineyard Theatre and Jeremy O. Harris for this amazing opportunity. ig: denise_manning  #blacklivesmatter 

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Hari Nef 

Hari Nef is an actor, writer and model. Nef starred in the Emmy Award-winning series “Transparent” and most recently made her feature film debut in NEON’s Assassination Nation. She also appeared in Lifetime’s “You” and HBO’s “Camping” and starred in the 2017 miniseries “Let Me Die a Nun,” which was nominated for a Gotham Award. Nef graduated with a Theatre degree from Columbia University.

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Onyie Nwachukwu

Onyie Nwachukwu makes her debut with The New Group and Vineyard Theatre in "DADDY."  Her previous work includes the CIRQUE DREAMS national tour as well the role of Joanne in the national tour of RENT.  Most recently she could be seen in MOTOR CITY LIVE at Hard Rock Atlantic City/MGM National Harbor.  Other credits include regional productions such as the Boston premiere of PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT and workshops/cabarets/concerts in and around New York City.  

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Ronald Peet

Ronald Peet stars as Cooper in Netflix’s upcoming series “The I-Land” (with Kate Bosworth, Natalie Martinez and Alex Pettyfer). Film: The Land of The Owls, The Meyerowitz StoriesFirst ReformedNevada. TV: “The Looming Tower,” “Bull,” “Blindspot” and “Girls.” Recent appearances on the New York Stage include SPILL (EST), CUTE ACTIVIST (The Bushwick Starr), KENTUCKY (EST/P73), ICARUS ON THE LES (Joe’s Pub), THE WORLD MY MAMA RAISED (Clubbed Thumb), DEBUTANTE (Ars Nova). Regional: THE LION IN THE WINTER (Two River Theater), PEERLESS (Barrington Stage Company/Miami New Drama); THE GOLEM OF HAVANA (Barrington Stage/Miami New Drama) and over 30 roles in 15 productions with The American Shakespeare Center. Member of Ensemble Studio Theatre and graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

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Charlayne Woodard

  Charlayne Woodard is a two-time Obie winner, Tony Award nominee. Broadway: AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'. Off-Broadway: HAMLET (Gertrude); WAR; (Mother); THE SUBSTANCE OF FIRE, (Marge Hackett); THE WITCH OF EDMONTON, (Witch); IN THE BLOOD, (Hester); FABULATION, (Ondine); STUNNING; SORROWS AND REJOICINGS; THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE, (Grusha); TWELFTH NIGHT, (Maria). Her Regional credits include: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Titania); THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Katherine). Film: Glass, Unbreakable, The Crucible, Eye for an Eye, Sunshine State. TV: “POSE” (series regular), "Sneaky Pete,” “The Leftovers,” “Law & Order: SVU.” Guest Faculty: Cal Arts, USC. Training: The Goodman School of Drama.

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Jeremy O. Harris

Full length plays include: “DADDY” (Vineyard Theatre/The New Group) SLAVE PLAY (New York Theatre Workshop, New York Times Critics’ Pick, winner of the 2018 Kennedy Center Rosa Parks Playwriting Award, the Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award and The Lotos Foundation Prize), XANDER XYST, DRAGON: 1 and WATER SPORTS; OR INSIGNIFICANT WHITE BOYS (2019, 53rd State Press). In 2018, Jeremy co-wrote A24’s upcoming film Zola with director Janicza Bravo. He is the 11th recipient of Vineyard Theatre’s Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, a 2016 MacDowell Colony Fellow and is under commission from Lincoln Center Theater, Playwrights Horizons and Scott Rudin Productions. Jeremy’s in his third year at the Yale School of Drama.

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Danya Taymor

Danya Taymor is a New York based director and translator.  Recent work: Antoinette Nwandu's PASS OVER(Lincoln Center Theater / Steppenwolf), Danai Gurira's FAMILIAR (Steppenwolf), Martyna Majok's QUEENS (LCT3), Korde Tuttle's GRAVEYARD SHIFT (Goodman), Justin Kuritzkes’ THE SENSUALITY PARTY (The New Group), Nathan Yungerberg's ESAI'S TALE (Cherry Lane Mentor Project), Brian Watkins’ WYOMING (Lesser America) and MY DAUGHTER KEEPS OUR HAMMER, Sarah Gancher’s THE PLACE WE BUILT and LEGOM's I HATE FUCKING MEXICANS (The Flea).  Her production of Antoinette Nwandu's PASS OVER was filmed at Steppenwolf by Spike Lee and premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and is now streaming on Amazon Prime.  An alumna of the Women’s Project Lab, Sundance Theatre Lab, Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, Van Lier Fellowship and the 2050 Fellowship at NYTW. She is a Usual Suspect at NYTW, an artist in residence at TFANA, a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre and an Associate Artist at The Flea. Education: Duke University.  

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Lee Kinney

(Sound Design) The New Group debut. Vineyard Theatre: CAN YOU FORGIVE HER? Select New York: THOM PAIN (Signature Theatre); THE LIGHT YEARS (Playwrights Horizons); HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA (Labyrinth Theater Company); OPPORTUNITIES OF EXTINCTION, THE CONVENT OF PLEASURE (Cherry Lane Theatre); SPILL (Ensemble Studio Theatre); THE TOMB OF KING TOT (Clubbed Thumb); A DOLL'S HOUSE, THE FATHER (TFANA); WOLF IN THE RIVER (The Flea). Regional: Long Wharf Theatre, People’s Light, Idaho Shakespeare, Great Lakes.  www.leeakinney.com

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Cookie Jordan

Broadway: CHOIR BOY, THE CHER SHOW, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND, SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, IN TRANSIT, ECLIPSED, SIDE SHOW, AFTER MIDNIGHT, FELA, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, SOUTH PACIFIC. Off-Broadway: BOSEMAN AND LENA, FABULATION, OUR LADY OF 121st STREET, IN THE BLOOD, THE DEATH OF THE LAST BLACK MAN IN THE WHOLE ENTIRE WORLD (Signature Theatre); TWELFTH NIGHT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Shakespeare in the Park); AN OCTOROON, IS GOD IS, FAIRVIEW (Soho Rep). Television: Emmy nominated for make-up design for “The Wiz Live."

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Darrell Grand Moultrie

A recipient of the Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship Award, Moultrie’s select credits include SUGAR IN OUR WOUNDS (MTC), INVISIBLE THREAD (Second Stage Theater), EVITA (Kansas City Rep), WITNESS UGANDA (American Repertory Theatre), EL PUBLICO (Teatro Real; Madrid, Spain). Darrell’s work has been performed by ballet and modern companies throughout the United States and around the world. Moultrie was selected by Grammy Award winning artist Beyoncé as a choreographer on her record-breaking Mrs. Carter Show world tour. A proud New Yorker, born and raised in Harlem, Moultrie is a graduate of LaGuardia High School and The Juilliard School.

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"Daddy" Calendar

February 12 - March 31, 2019 Performances are Tuesday - Sunday. CLICK HERE for the complete calendar. Running time: 2 hours, 30 minutes with intermission


Performances will take place in the Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Perishing Square Signature Center (480 West 42nd Street)

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Ronald Peet and Charlayne Woodard. Photo by Monique Carboni.
Ronald Peet and Charlayne Woodard
Kahyun Kim and Tommy Dorfman. Photo by Monique Carboni.
Kahyun Kim and Tommy Dorfman
Alan Cumming, Kahyun Kim and Tommy Dorfman. Photo by Monique Carboni.
Alan Cumming, Kahyun Kim and Tommy Dorfman
Hari Nef and Ronald Peet. Photo by Monique Carboni.
Hari Nef and Ronald Peet
Ronald Peet. Photo by Monique Carboni.
Ronald Peet
The cast of "Daddy". Photo by Matt Saunders.
The cast of

"Daddy" Cast Announcement

The New Group and Vineyard Theatre announce additional casting for Jeremy O. Harris“Daddy,” with Tommy Dorfman, Kahyun Kim, Hari Nef, Ronald Peet and Charlayne Woodard joining Alan Cumming, as previously announced, in this world premiere production directed by Danya Taymor. Previews begin February 12 in advance of an Official Openi

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