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305 West 43rd St, New York, NY 10036

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Cardinal

Lydia's dream is to invigorate the Rust Belt town she lives in. However, when a whip-smart entrepreneur co-opts her scheme a fierce and delicate rivalry is born. As a fierce battle for the towns very soul ensues the occupants are left questioning who they are and where their beloved town is headed.

Greg Pierce is one of the most exciting playwrights of our time with many of his plays having already featured on the off-Broadway circuit throughout the last decade. His previous work includes Slowgirl, The Landing, Her Requiem and Kid Victory.


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Dates

Performance date: 1 January 1970

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Cast

Becky Ann Baker as Nancy Prenchel 
Anna Chlumsky as Lydia Lensky 
Alex Hurt as Nat Prenchel
Adam Pally as Jeff Torm 
Stephen Park as Li-Wei Chen 
Eugene Young as Jason Chen 

Creative

Directed by Kate Whoriskey
Scenic design by Derek McLane
Costume design by Jennifer Moeller 
Lighting design by Amith Chandrashaker
Sound design by Leah Gelpe 

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