Photo: Laurie Metcalf
Two-time Tony Award winner Laurie Metcalf will return to Broadway in Levi Holloway’s new play, “Grey House,” which begins performances on Saturday, April 29 at the Lyceum Theatre (149 West 45th Street).
The production, which officially opens on May 30, will be directed by Tony Award winner Joe Mantello. The cast will include Emmy Award winner Tatiana Maslany, Emmy Award nominee Paul Sparks, Lortel Award nominee Sophia Anne Caruso, and Critics’ Choice Award nominee Millicent Simmonds.
In the play, a couple crashes their car in the mountains, after which they seek shelter in an isolated cabin. Its inhabitants, though somewhat unusual, are eager to make their guests feel right at home. But as the blizzard outside rages on and one night turns into several, the couple becomes less and less sure of what's true — about their hosts, themselves, and why that sound in the walls keeps getting louder.
Metcalf has earned six Tony nominations in her career, winning the award for “A Doll’s Hose, Part 2” and “Three Tall Women.” She currently stars on TV’s “The Conners,” and earned two Emmy Awards for its predecessor “Roseanne.” Her many other film and television credits include “Lady Bird,” “Hacks,” and “The Big Bang Theory.”
For more information, visit GreyHouseBroadway.com