September 21 – November 7, 2004 in Goodman's Albert Theatre

Around 2 hours and 15 minutes

A world premiere

A distinguished director is about to lose his picture due to the unstable behavior of a famously fragile movie star. She’s recognized all over the world, loved by millions, but unable to believe in herself. The studio owners are threatening to pull the plug, and a temperamental acting teacher is flown in to coax the actress out of bed and onto the set.

This fable of the perversion of the American Dream could only come from one of America’s greatest living playwrights, Arthur Miller, and will be staged by the Goodman’s Tony Award-winning artistic director, Robert Falls.

 

 
Artists

By ARTHUR MILLER, Directed by ROBERT FALLS

Cast

FRANCES FISHER - Edna Meyers
SCOTT GLEN - Terry Case
STACY KEACH - Phillip Ochsner
STEPHEN LANG - Jerome Fassinger
LINDA LAVIN - Flora Fassinger
MATTHEW MODINE - Paul
HEATHER PRETE - Kitty
HARRIS YULIN - Derek Clemson

Creative Team and Crew

THOMAS LYNCH - Scenic Design
MARTIN PAKLEDINAZ - Costume Design
MICHAEL PHILIPPI - Lighting Design
RICHARD WOODBURY - Sound Design and Original Music
JOHN BOESCHE - Projections Designer
ADAM BELCUORE - Chicago Casting
TELSEY + COMPANY - Casting
JOSEPH DRUMMOND - Production Stage Manager
T. PAUL LYNCH - Stage Manager
DELPHI PRODUCTIONS