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Broadway News The Skin Of Our Teeth Cancels All May 21 Performances

Lincoln Center Theater's revival of the Thornton Wilder play is expected to resume May 22.

Priscilla Lopez and Company of The Skin of Our Teeth Julieta Cervantes

Lincoln Center Theater's The Skin Of Our Teeth has cancelled all May 21 performances due to an illness within the company. They are expected to resume performances May 22. Ticket holders for cancelled performances should return to their point of purchase to exchange tickets for another performance, or to request a refund.

Lincoln Center Theater's Broadway revival of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer-winning The Skin of Our Teeth officially opened at the Vivian Beaumont Theater April 25. Obie winner and LCT Resident Director Lileana Blain-Cruz made her Broadway directorial debut with the production, which coincides with the 125th anniversary of the Our Town playwright's birth. The production began performances April 1, and is set to close May 29.

Leading the cast are James Vincent Meredith, Roslyn Ruff, Paige Gilbert, Julian Robertson, Gabby Beans, and Priscilla Lopez, appearing alongside Eunice Bae, Terry Bell, Ritisha Chakraborty, William DeMeritt, Jeremy Gallardo, Avery Glymph, Donnetta Lavinia Grays, Noor Hamdi, Tyrone Mitchell Henderson, Maya Jackson, Anaseini Katoa, Cameron Keitt, Megan Moax, Kathimarice Lopez, Lindsay Rico, Julian Rozzell, Jr., Julyana Soelistyo, Phillip Taratula, Beau Thom, Alphonso Walker, Jr., Arienne Wells, and Sarin Monae West in the ensemble.

The production, which includes new material by Gloria and Everybody playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, also features sets by Adam Rigg, costumes by Montana Levi Blanco, lighting by Yi Zhao, sound by Palmer Hefferan, and projections by Hannah Wasileski. Charles M. Turner III is the stage manager, and casting is by Daniel Swee.

Following the Antrobus family through an Ice Age, a biblical flood, and war, The Skin of Our Teeth looks closely at what it means to survive and to live. The work premiered on Broadway in 1942 with a production starring Tallulah Bankhead, Frederic March, Florence Eldridge, and Montgomery Clift. The piece would go on to win the 1943 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. In the years since, the work has been revived on Broadway two times before this current production, which is the Main Stem's first since 1975.

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