Two-time Oscar and Tony Award winner Denzel Washington returns to Broadway to tread the boards in one of the greatest modern tragedies to ever grace the stage. The Fences and Training Day actor joins Tony Award-winning director George C. Wolfe and EGOT-winning producer Scott Rudin as they tackle Nobel laureate Eugene O’Neill’s formidable four-act epic.

Running for a limited engagement of 14 weeks only, the production follows a succession of equally star-studded revivals, the last of which saw Nathan Lane take on the lead in 2015 at the Brooklyn Academy Of Music. Washington, last seen on Broadway in the critically acclaimed Raisin In The Sun, will take on the role of Theodore “Hickey” Hickman, the charming, would-be evangelical travelling salesmen at the center of this darkly poetic American fable.

The Guardian: “it has a power that outpaces the scenes and the lines”

Theater News Online: “Electrifying”

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