Four familiar faces return to TheatreWorks Silicon Valley in John Patrick Shanley’s romantic comedy:
STEVE BRADY (Tony Reilly) appeared in TheatreWorks’ The Great Pretender as Mr. Felt (2014, SFCC nomination for Best Actor). He appeared on Broadway in Inherit the Wind, and toured nationally in The Exonerated, including two weeks at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco. He toured the world with West Side Story, and Germany as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. Mr. Brady has performed off-Broadway several times, most recently in Bill W. and Dr. Bob (SoHo Playhouse). In the past year he’s played J. Edgar Hoover in All the Way (Denver Center Theatre), Sigmund Freud in Freud’s Last Session (Riverside Theatre, Florida), Anything Goes opposite Sally Struthers (Gateway Playhouse), and Singin’ in the Rain (North Shore Music Theatre, Beverly, MA). TV: Law & Order, Law & Order CI, Spin City, Seinfeld, Diff’rent Strokes, and others.
ROD BROGAN (Anthony Reilly) has performed with TheatreWorks in Other Desert Cities (Trip Wyeth). He has appeared on Broadway in Mauritius and in the National Tour of Doubt. His off-Broadway credits include The Burial At Thebes and Beyond The Horizon at The Irish Repertory Theatre, Mary Broome at the Mint Theater, and Treasure Island at the Irondale Center. Select regional credits include The Cocktail Hour at the Guthrie Theater, Scott and Hem at the Contemporary American Theater Festival, Engaging Shaw at The Old Globe, and The Night Alive at City Theatre. His film and TV appearances include The Winning Season opposite Sam Rockwell, Major Dad (series regular), Unforgettable, One Life to Live, Law & Order, Third Watch, and Oz. Mr. Brogan earned his MFA from The Old Globe/University of San Diego.
LUCINDA HITCHCOCK CONE (Aoife Muldoon) appeared at TheatreWorks in Big River, The Clean House, Ragtime, and Cabaret. She recently played Linda Loman in San Jose Stage Company’s production of Death of a Salesman. She spent a year on the National Tour of Big River. Her regional credits include Hartford Stage, Arizona Theatre Company, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Portland Stage, Syracuse Stage, Geva Theatre Center, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Folger Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, San Jose Repertory Company, Sacramento Music Circus, Capital Stage, B Street Theatre, Aurora Theatre Company, Marin Theatre Company, American Musical Theatre of San Jose, Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, and the Coconut Grove Playhouse, among others. She has four Bay Area Critics Circle Awards and a Drama-Logue Award. She studied Mime in Paris with Etienne Decroux.
JESSICA WORTHAM (Rosemary Muldoon) has performed with TheatreWorks in Upright Grand (Kiddo) as part of the New Works Festival. Her regional credit highlights include The Understudy and Black Pearl Sings! (BATCC Award) with San Jose Repertory Theatre, Othello (Emilia) for the Pittsburgh Public Theater, Henry VIII (All Is True) with Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Informed Consent (world premiere) with Cleveland Play House, The Book Club Play with Geva Theatre Center, The Second Girl with the Contemporary American Theater Festival, Educating Rita with Florida Repertory Theatre, and several productions with Actors Theatre of Louisville including Twelfth Night (Viola), Crime and Punishment, and The Ruby Sunrise (Humana Festival). She has also appeared on the FX series The Americans. Ms. Wortham is a member of Merrimack Repertory Theatre’s Patriot Program of associated artists, and holds an MFA from Brown University.
The cast recently kicked off rehearsals at our studios in Redwood City with Director Robert Kelley, wearing (what else?) green!