Tony Winner Billy Crudup Returns to Harry Clarke for 10-Week Off-Broadway Engagement | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Tony Winner Billy Crudup Returns to Harry Clarke for 10-Week Off-Broadway Engagement The acclaimed solo show begins its limited run March 7 at the Minetta Lane Theatre.
Billy Crudup Monica Simoes

Following a twice-extended world premiere at Off-Broadway's Vineyard Theatre this past fall, Harry Clarke, starring Tony winner Billy Crudup, returns for a 10-week engagement March 7 at the Minetta Lane Theatre.

Billy Crudup, Leigh Silverman, and David Cale Monica Simoes

Obie Award winner David Cale's thriller is again directed by Leigh Silverman. Audible Inc., producer and provider of downloadable audio books, is producing the return engagement, which will officially open March 18.

In Harry Clarke, Crudup stars as a shy, Midwestern man masquerading as a highbrow Londoner in New York City. As he charms his way into a wealthy family’s life, his increasingly risky and dangerous behavior threatens to unravel his persona.


The production features scenic design by Tony nominee Alexander Dodge, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Alan Edwards, and sound design by Bart Fasbender.

Crudup earned a Tony Award in 2007 for his performance in The Coast of Utopia. He received previous nominations for The Elephant Man, The Pillowman, and Arcadia. He has since appeared on Broadway in the repertory productions of Waiting for Godot and No Man’s Land.

Following Harry Clarke’s world premiere, Audible recorded and released Crudup's performance in Harry Clarke as an audio play, now available for download.

Tickets are on sale through, by calling (800) 982-2787, and in person at the Minetta Lane Theatre box office. Audible listeners have exclusive access to discounted, premium seats starting at $49; an offer code is available on

See Phillipa Soo, Steven Pasquale, Sutton Foster, and More Celebrate the Opening Night of Harry Clarke at the Vineyard Theatre

(Updated March 7, 2018)

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