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About Morning Sun

Tony Award winner Blair Brown (Copenhagen, Orange Is the New Black), four-time Emmy Award winner Edie Falco (The Sopranos, Frankie and Johnny…), and Tony Award nominee Marin Ireland (Reasons to Be Pretty) form a powerhouse trio of stars in this deeply felt, gorgeously imagined new play by Tony Award winner Simon Stephens (Heisenberg, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time).

In Greenwich Village a generation or so ago, the city is alive. Joni Mitchell sings, friends and lovers come and go, and the regulars change at the White Horse Tavern. As 50 years pass, one woman’s life is revealed in all its complexity, mystery, and possibility in this enthralling world premiere about mothers and daughters, beginnings and endings in New York City. Directing is Lila Neugebauer (The Waverly Gallery).

Start date

October 12th, 2021

End date

December 19th, 2021

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Tony Award winner Blair Brown, four-time Emmy Award winner Edie Falco, and Tony Award nominee Marin Ireland form a powerhouse trio of stars in this deeply felt, gorgeously imagined new play by Tony Award winner Simon Stephens.

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Morning Sun cast and creative team

By: Simon Stephens
Director: Lila Neugebauer
Cast list: Blair Brown, Edie Falco, Marin Ireland
Design: dots design
Lighting: Lap Chi Chu
Costume: Kaye Voyce
Sound: Lee Kinney & Daniel Kluger

Venue

131 W 55th St, New York, NY, USA, 10019

Accessibility

Wheelchair access, assistive listening devices

More information about Morning Sun

See three acclaimed actresses — four-time Emmy winner Edie Falco, Tony nominee Marin Ireland, and Tony winner Blair Brown — portray one family in Simon Stephens’s Morning Sun at New York City Center. Get Morning Sun tickets on TodayTix.

Morning Sun is a play set in one walk-up apartment in Greenwich Village. Three women, all of different generations of the same family, share it at various times. The simple setting is used to explore how one woman’s life changes and develops over the course of more than 50 years, and all the women, whose lives all spring from each other’s, are simply finding their way in life.

The show has been in development since 2018, and after three years, Morning Sun Off-Broadway is finally making its world premiere. Tickets to Morning Sun in New York are on sale on TodayTix now.

What to Watch For

  • Director Lila Neugebauer is no stranger to helming woman-centered productions: She received critical acclaim for her Off-Broadway production of Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves, a play about a girls’ soccer team, in 2016. Nor is she a stranger to shows about families: In 2018, she directed Kenneth Lonergan’s The Waverly Gallery on Broadway, a play about a family struggling with their mother’s descent into Alzheimer’s.
  • Playwright Simon Stephens has been seen on the New York stage with 2015 Best Play Tony Award winner The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and the monologue Sea Wall that formed one half of the Broadway production Sea Wall / A Life. His immersive audio theatre experience, Blindness, was the first indoor theatre production to open in New York following the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Morning Sun takes its name from a painting by Edward Hopper, known for portraits of women and others in scenes from everyday American life in the mid-20th century. The sole figure in the painting is a woman sitting on an unmade bed in an apartment, looking out a sunlit window. Some say the work conveys loneliness; others, peace.
  • Blair Brown once likened her and her castmates’ ordinary characters to the people “standing behind you at the dry cleaners,” a description coined by Tracy Letts used to describe the types of people he writes plays about.

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