Review by David Walters
Tony Award-winning playwright/director Richard Nelson returns to The Public with the world premiere of THE MICHAELS, part of Nelson’s critically acclaimed RHINEBECK PANORAMA, which includes The Apple Family and The Gabriels.
THE MICHELS is a lovely slice of life, a moment in time, about a family figuring out what to do with death and what gets left behind as a family member prepares to leave this realm.
See full review at New York Theatre Guide here.
Currently running through Sunday, November 24.
The cast features Charlotte Bydwell (Lucy Michael), Haviland Morris (Irenie Walker), Maryann Plunkett (Kate Harris), Matilda Sakamoto (May Smith), Jay O. Sanders (David Michael), Brenda Wehle (Rose Michael), and Rita Wolf (Sally Michael).
With scenic design by Jason Ardizzone-West, co-costume design by Susan Hilferty and Mark Koss, lighting design by Jennifer Tipton, sound design by Scott Lehrer, dance coaching by Sara Rudner based on original choreography by Dan Wagoner, and choreography consulting by Gwyneth Jones.