Broadway veteran Maureen Anderman has stepped into the role of Mary Tyrone in Palm Beach Dramaworks' upcoming production of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night.
Opening night has been pushed back a week, to Thursday, February 4, with a specially priced preview on February 3. The show closes on Sunday afternoon, March 6. Please note that all evening performances are at 7:30 pm and all matinees are at 1:00pm.
Anderman joins previously announced
(James Tyrone), John Leonard Thompson (James Jr.), Michael Stewart Allen (Edmund), and Carey Urban (Cathleen, a household servant). The production is directed by William Hayes, with Paul Stancato as assistant director. Scenic design is by K. April Soroko, costume design is by Brian O'Keefe, lighting design is by Donald Edmund Thomas, and sound design is by Matt Corey. Anderman replaces Joy Franz, who withdrew for personal reasons.
"We are delighted and grateful that the wonderful Maureen Anderman was able to join us on such short notice," said Hayes.