Season opener set to play the Duke
LCT3, Lincoln Center Theater’s programming initiative dedicated to emerging creatives, has set Julia Brownell’s play “All-American” as the first offering of its 2011-12 season.Evan Cabnet (“The Dream of the Burning Boy”) helms the show, about a former NFL star’s efforts to make his daughter the quarterback at her new school. Cast has not yet been announced. Brownell, a writer on HBO skein “Hung,” also has penned the script for a screen comedy called “Fucking Engaged,” which has Jessica Biel attached to star and produce. “All-American,” which begins perfs Oct. 24 ahead of a Nov. 7 opening, will run at the Duke on 42nd Street, where all of the initiatives’ productions have played in the past. In spring 2012, LCT3’s new venue on the Lincoln Center campus will open. LCT3’s latest outing, “4,000 Miles,” opened to strong reviews and is set to be remounted in the spring in LCT’s Off Broadway space. Further productions on tap for the LCT3 season remain to be set.
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