Chris Sarandon and Jason Butler Harner are among the thesps joining Carey Mulligan in the Atlantic Theater Company’s Off Broadway play “Through a Glass Darkly.”
Mulligan, who appeared on Broadway in the 2008 revival of “The Seagull,” stars as the central, emotionally disturbed woman in the legit adaptation of the Ingmar Bergman film. Sarandon, last on the Rialto in the revival of “Cyrano de Bergerac,” and Harner (“The Changeling”) will play the woman’s father and husband, respectively. Ben Rosenfield is cast as the character’s brother.
David Leveaux, who helmed the current Main Stem revival of “Arcadia,” directs a script adapted by Jenny Worton of London’s Almeida Theater, where the stage version of the film preemed last year.
“Through a Glass Darkly” begins previews May 13 ahead of a June 6 opening, with the show playing in the New York Theater Workshop space while the Atlantic’s mainstage is under renovation.