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Production image from THE WINSLOW BOY. An early 1900s family sits and stands around a room with green wallpaper and paintings on the wall.

The Winslow Boy

September 20—December 1, 2013

Todd Haimes Theatre

The Winslow Boy

September 20—December 1, 2013

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Roundabout Theatre Company presents The Old Vic Production of The Winslow Boy.

Tony Award® nominee Michael Cumpsty (End of the Rainbow), Tony Award nominee Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Man of La Mancha), Alessandro Nivola (A Month in the Country) and Tony Award winner Roger Rees (The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby) star in Terence Rattigan’s classic The Winslow Boy, returning to Broadway for the first time in over 60 years. Lindsay Posner (the West End’s Noises Off and Carousel) directs this captivating new production from The Old Vic in London.

This is rated 4 out of 5 stars

"ROundabout has struck gold!"

, Bloomberg news

When Ronnie Winslow is expelled from school for stealing, it has a resounding effect on the entire family. His father Arthur must pool his resources to hire a lawyer for the boy’s defense. His brother Dickie begrudgingly drops out of college and gets a banking job to help with the legal costs. And the fallout from this unexpected predicament puts his sister Catherine's engagement in jeopardy. Though they are determined to defend Ronnie, will the family’s sacrifices be enough to clear his reputation and the Winslow name? 

A moving exploration of family devotion, The Winslow Boy beautifully illustrates the costs of unconditional love and the rewards that make the effort priceless.

The Winslow Boy Cast

Desmond Curry
Michael Cumpsty
Grace Winslow
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Sir Robert Morton
Alessandro Nivola
Arthur Winslow
Roger Rees
Dickie Winslow
Zachary Booth
Ronnie Winslow
Spencer Davis Milford
Catherine Winslow
Charlotte Parry
John Watherstone
Chandler Williams
Miss Barnes
Meredith Forlenza
Stephen Pilkington
Henny Russell

The Winslow Boy Creative

Terence Rattigan
Lindsay Posner
Set & Costume Design
Peter McKintosh
Lighting Design
David Lander
Sound Design
Drew Levy
Original Music
Michael Bruce
Hair & Wig Design
Paul Huntley
Dialect Coach
Stephen Gabis
Production Management
Aurora Productions
Production Stage Manager
Nevin Hedley
Stage Manager
Janet Takami

"True theatrical fireworks!"

, the huffington post

THE OLD VIC has been a landmark theatre in London and the home of great productions for nearly 200 years. Under the artistic leadership of Kevin Spacey we aim to make great nights out and memorable performances available to everyone. James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave are in rehearsal for Much Ado About Nothing directed by Mark Rylance, which opens in September, and Kim Cattrall and Seth Numrich are currently starring in Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth that followed The Winslow Boy with Henry Goodman. Previous productions in New York include Kevin Spacey as Richard III directed by Sam Mendes, concluding the three-year transatlantic Bridge Project, a collaboration with BAM that toured five large scale classical productions to 20 cities, and Broadway transfers of A Moon For The Misbegotten and The Norman Conquests trilogy, which won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play. Through the work of our Old Vic New Voices programme we are committed to ground breaking initiatives with schools, young talent and the local community both in London and New York. Built in 1818, The Old Vic is one of London’s oldest working theatres. The Old Vic Theatre Trust is the registered charity that owns and operates our historic 195-year-old building. Any profits from productions are returned to the trust. It is supported in the US by The American Associates of The Old Vic, a registered US non-profit organization. The Old Vic's season sponsor is Bank of America Merrill Lynch and The Winslow Boy was supported in London by The American Associates of The Old Vic.

The empty house of the Todd Haimes Theatre with a wash of purple light over the seats, and a chandelier hangs at the top of the theatre.

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Todd Haimes Theatre

227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY

between 7th and 8th Avenues