Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information, directed by James Macdonald, is heading to the Minetta Lane Theatre! The off-Broadway show, which was first produced at London's Royal Court, will begin performances February 4 and is scheduled to run through March 23. Opening night is set for February 19.
Love and Information marks Churchill's seventh American premiere at New York Theatre Workshop. The play is a theatrical kaleidoscope exploring more than a hundred characters using wit, candor and nimble use of language as they try to make sense of what they find out.
The cast includes Phillip James Brannon, Randy Danson, Susannah Flood, Noah Galvin, Jennifer Ikeda, Karen Kandel, Irene Sofia Lucio, Nate Miller, Kellie Overbey, Adante Power, John Procaccino, Lucas Caleb Rooney, Maria Tucci, James Waterston and Zoë Winters.
Churchill’s numerous plays recently include The Skriker, Seneca's Thyestes, A Dream Play and Drunk Enough to say I Love You?. Macdonald’s work was last seen at New York Theatre Workshop in 2005 when he directed Churchill’s A Number. His other New York credits include Top Girls, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?, Dying City and 4.48 Psychosis.
Love and Information will feature scenic design by Miriam Buether, costume design by Gabriel Berry and Andrea Hood, lighting design by Peter Mumford and sound design by Christopher Shutt.