Family drama abounds in Sidney Howard’s 1926 play The Silver Cord, which centers around a female villain named Mrs. Phelps. In the first major New York revival, which opened off-Broadway on June 11, veteran actor Dale Carman offers a unique spin on the role of the manipulative mother. Directed by Obie winner Dan Wackerman, the Peccadillo Theater Company production co-stars Wilson Bridges and Thomas Matthew Kelley as the Phelps sons and Caroline Kaplan and Victoria Mack as their “unsuitable” love interests. The company celebrated its opening night with a reception at Sardi’s, attended by Howard’s daughter, granddaughter and great granddaughter. Check out the company photo above. Back row: Juliana Canfield (Howard’s great granddaughter), Bridges, Wackerman, Kelly, Mack and Kaplan. Front row: Rachel Urquhart (Howard's granddaughter), Carman, Margaret Howard (the playwright's daughter). Don’t miss this inventive take on a classic, running at Theatre at St. Clement’s through July 14.