Oscar Nominee Carey Mulligan to Star in Atlanticís Through a Glass Darkly
In-demand film actress Carey Mulligan will star in Atlantic Theater Companyís American premiere of Through a Glass Darkly, a stage adaptation of the Ocar-winning film by Ingmar Bergman. Performances begin May 13 at New York Theatre Workshop, with opening night set for June 6. Adapted by Jenny Worton, the play will be directed by Tony nominee David Leveaux and is scheduled for a limited off-Broadway engagement through July 3. Additional casting will be announced at a later date.
Mulligan received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for An Education. She has appeared on Broadway in The Seagull. Her film credits include Never Let Me Go, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Public Enemies, When Did You Last See Your Father? and Brothers.
Through a Glass Darkly follows a schizophrenic woman on vacation with her husband, father and brother as the men struggle with how to confront her diminishing grip on reality. The 1961 film starred Harriet Andersson and Max von Sydow and received an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film. Wortonís adaptation debuted at the Almeida Theatre in London in June 2010.
Ethan Coenís Four Pickups, which had previously been announced as Atlanticís spring production, has been postponed to an unspecified date.
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