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Casting Announced for ‘Don’t Dress for Dinner’

Posted on: February 2nd, 2012 by Roundabout

We are pleased to announce casting for our upcoming Broadway premiere of Marc Camoletti’s classic farce Don’t Dress For Dinner. This production will star Ben Daniels as “Robert,” Patricia Kalember as “Jacqueline,” Adam James as “Bernard” and Jennifer Tilly as “Suzanne” with Spencer Kayden as “Suzette.” Don’t Dress For Dinner is adapted by Robin Hawdon and directed by John Tillinger.

We are thrilled to welcome back Ben Daniels to Roundabout after his Tony Award® nominated performance in our 2007 production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and it is great to have Jennifer Tilly back at the American Airlines Theatre after her wonderful performance in our 2001 production of The Women.

We are also pleased to induct some incredibly talented artists into the Roundabout family.  Spencer Kayden, who made a name for herself on Broadway with her Tony nominated performance in Urinetown, will be reprising her role from the production John Tillinger directed in Chicago in 2008. Adam James is a prominent British actor on the stage and screen, most recently seen Off-Broadway in The Pride.

Don’t Dress For Dinner will begin previews on March 30, 2012, and open officially on April 26, 2012, at the American Airlines Theatre. This will be a limited engagement through June 17, 2012.

An additional cast member will be announced shortly.

The design team includes John Lee Beatty (Sets), William Ivey Long (Costumes), Ken Billington (Lights), David Van Tieghem (Sound).

For more information on Don't Dress for Dinner, click here.



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