If I Forget Taps Director Daniel Sullivan

first_img View Comments If I Forget Daniel Sullivan(Photo: Bruce Glikas) Related Showscenter_img Tony winner Daniel Sullivan will helm Steven Levenson’s new play If I Forget off-Broadway. The Roundabout Theatre Company production will begin performance on February 2, 2017 (instead of the previously announced January 19) at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. The play is now scheduled to open officially on February 22 and run through April 30.Sullivan earned a Tony Award in 2001 for directing Proof. His recent credits include Sylvia, The Country House, The Snow Geese and Orphans. He will also helm the upcoming revival of The Little Foxes this spring at Manhattan Theatre Club.The play takes place in July 2000, immediately following the failed Israeli-Palestinian peace talks at Camp David. Three adult siblings and their families gather in a D.C. suburb of DC for their father’s 75th birthday. When it’s revealed that the middle son, a Jewish studies professor, is at work on a book that is both dedicated to his Jewish WWII veteran father and argues an incendiary point about American Jews, Israel, and the Holocaust, familial responsibility quickly resorts to familial resentment.Casting and additional creative team members will be announced at a later date. Show Closed This production ended its run on April 30, 2017last_img

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