Why See Nikolai and the Others?
The play takes place during a spring weekend in Westport, Connecticut, and also includes the Russian emigres friends, lovers, wives and ex-wives, partners, supporters and dancers. Running alongside the story, is an exploration of the controversial ways American art and artistic institutions were funded at the outset of the Cold War.
Nikolai and the Others is currently at the Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater and scheduled to run until Sunday June 16th 2013.
Opening night: 6 May 2013
2 hours and 35 minutes, including one intermission
Cast and Creative
CastBetsy Aidem - Lisa Sokoloff
Natalia Alonso - Maria Tallchief
Blair Brown - Vera Stravinsky
Michael Cerveris - George Balanchine
Anthony Cochrane - Aleksi Karpov
Lauren Culpepper - Anna
Alvin Epstein - Sergey Sudeikin
Kathryn Erbe - Natasha Nabokov
John Glover - Igor Stravinsky
Jennifer Grace - Natalia
Katie Kreisler - Evgenia
Stephen Kunken - Nikolai Nabokov
Haviland Morris - Lucia Davidova
Dale Place - Serge Koussevitsky
John Procaccino - Vladimir Sokoloff
Michael Rosen - Nicholas Magallanes
Gareth Saxe - Charles Bohlen
Alan Schmuckler - Kolya Sudeikin
CreativeRichard Nelson - Author
David Cromer - Director
Marsha Ginsberg - Sets
Jane Greenwood - Costumes
Ken Billington - Lighting
Daniel Kluger - Sound
George Balanchine - Choreography
Rosemary Dunleavy - Ballet Staging
Jeff Edwards - Ballet Master
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