Euan Morton and Fred Arsenault are cast — and make up the entire cast — of
The show runs Jan, 25 to Feb. 16 at the Rep. The production is directed by Evan Yionoulis (Rep's "Richard II," "Heaven," "Bossa Nova," "The Master Builder" and "King Stag").
Morton was in Broadway's "Taboo" and "Sondheim on Sondheim," off-Broadway's "Measure for Pleasure" and most recently was featured in "Divine Rivalry" at San Diego's Old Globe Theatre
Arsenault was most recently seen in the world premiere this fall at the Rep in “Marie Antoinette.” Other credits include Broadway’s “Royal Family” and “Born Yesterday.” Off-Broadway credits include “Henry V” and as a member of the
The show is Rep's second two-character play in a row, following the world premiere of Sarah Ruhl's "Dear Elizabeth," which ends its run Saturday.
Set in a rural Irish village which is disrupted the arrival of an American film crew, the play is described: “When Charlie and Jake are cast as extras in the movie, they discover that Hollywood’s romanticized
The play was a hit in London but was short-lived on Broadway in 2011 when it lasted 198 performances. Over the last decade it has been popular at regional theaters.