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   Features  >  LATEST NEW YORK NEWS

at The Cort Theatre

By Roger B. Harris
Published July 25 2007

  Raul Esparza

Though his star-turn as Bobby in the Tony Award-winning revival of Stephen Sondheim's Company came a cropper when the show closed earlier this summer, Raul Esparza will be back on Broadway in another revival this fall. Only this time he won't be singing: He'll be starring in a revival of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming, Variety reports.

The show will begin previews at the Cort on November 16, with an official opening set for December 4. Daniel Sullivan will handle the directing chores. Other members of the cast include Ian McShane and Michael McKean. Three more roles are yet to be cast.

At the heart of The Homecoming is a son's return to his North London home, new wife in tow. McShane will play the father, McKean, his brother and Esparza, McKean's son.

The show will be produced by Jeffrey Richards and Jerry Frankel. The two men produced Spring Awakening,and revivals of The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial and Glengarry Glen Ross in recent years.



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