Constance Wu, Finn Wittrock, Anna Camp Set for 2:22 – A Ghost Story – The Hollywood Reporter

A spooky season is coming soon at LA’s Center Theater Group.

The nonprofit theater company is set to star Constance Wu, Finn Wittrock, Anna Camp and Adam Rothenberg. 2:22 – A Ghost Story, the four-person drama is described as an “intriguing, funny and terrifying supernatural thriller”. Previews at CTG’s Ahmanson Theater begin October 29 with an official opening on November 4. The play will then run till December 4.

Written by Danny Robbins and directed by Matthew Dunster, A Ghost Story Follows Jenny (Woo), whose husband Sam (Wittrock) believes her new home is haunted. They argue with their first dinner guests, old friend Lauren (Camp) and her new partner Ben (Rothenberg), and after a conversation about beliefs and skepticism, the four agree to stay until 2:22 to find out for sure. .

The production marks the Ahmanson stage debut for Wu, Wittrock, Rothenberg and Camp. Rothenberg previously acted in the Center Theater Group Burn it At the Mark Taper Forum in 2011. Tickets go on sale October 10.

2:22 – A Ghost Story Currently running in London’s West End at the Criterion Theater until January 8 with a cast including Tamsin Carroll, Felix Scott, Laura Whitmore and Matt Willis. It has received rave reviews, including one the watchman It has been called “a slick, chilling romp of drama”. The play won all three WhatsOnStage Awards it was nominated for, including Best New Play.

2:22 – A Ghost Story Produced by special arrangement with Tristan Baker and Charlie Parsons for Runaway Entertainment, Isobel David and Cater Gordon. The creative team includes Anna Fleischl (Scenic Design), Cindy Lynn (Costume Design), Lucy Carter (Lighting Design), Sean Gleeson (Lighting Design Entertainment), Ian Dickinson (Sound Design) for Autograph, Chris Fisher (Illusions), Will Houston ( Illusion Entertainment), David Capareliotis and Joe Gerry Capareliotis (Casting), Gabriel Vega Wiseman (Co-Director), Edgar Landa (Fight Director), Natsuko Ohama (Vocal Coach) and David S. Franklin (Production Stage Manager).

Woo, last seen on Amazon Terminal listHis memoir will be released Making a scene Tuesday and Sony stars Lyle, Lyle the crocodile, out Friday. Found on Wittrock Broadway Death of a Seller And A glass menagerie. He will next star in the upcoming film Green Lantern series on HBO Max.

Those who have an upcoming slate that includes camp Black, A Little Prayer, from 5000 Blankets And UnexpectedSeen on Broadway in Equusopposite Daniel Radcliffe, and A country girl.

Rothenberg is best known for his role on Netflix Ozark. His New York theater credits include The Layover, The Retributionists, The Wooden Breaks, Danny and Deep Blue Sea And birdie.

Robbins, an award-winning writer, broadcaster and journalist, created The Battersea Poltergeist, a podcast series that combines drama and documentary to tell a real-life ghost story. Dunster is an Olivier-nominated director, playwright and actor. He directed Martin McDonaghs A very very very dark matter And Hangmen.

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