Man and Boy
At the height of the Great Depression, ruthless financier Gregor Antonescu's business is dangerously close to crumbling. In order to escape the wolves at his door, Gregor tracks down his estranged son Basil in the hopes of using his Greenwich Village apartment as a base to make a company-saving deal. Can this reunion help them reconcile? Or will this corrupt father use his only son as a pawn in one last power play? Don't miss this gripping story about family, success and what we're willing to sacrifice for both.
Pictured at top: Frank Langella
Three-time Tony Award® winner Frank Langella returns to Broadway in Roundabout Theatre Company's exciting new production of Terence Rattigan's Man and Boy, directed by Maria Aitken (The 39 Steps).
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The Art of Wreaking Havoc with Other People’s Money
“When Frank Langella plays good, he’s fine; but when he’s bad, he’s a wonder." —Ben Brantley, New York Times
Time Out New York
“Langella glides frictionlessly through his scenes, coolly muscling his way to center stage." —David Cote
“Frank Langella was born to play fabulous monsters like Richard Nixon, Count Dracula, and now, Gregor Antonescu.” —Marilyn Stasio
Behind the Scenes
A Conversation with Frank Langella
Ted Sod, Roundabout’s Education dramaturg, sat down with actor Frank Langella to discuss Man and Boy and his character, Gregor Antonescu.
The Monster Specialist
Frank Langella talks to New York Magazine about Man and Boy.
About the Playwright: Terence Rattigan