American Premiere!
Let There Be Love

By Kwame Kwei-Armah
Directed by Jeremy B. Cohen
Feb 10–Mar 7, 2010  **Please note there are no performances on Sunday, February 14th**

Being Caribbean in London has never been easy. Whether fighting with his proudly feminist daughter, raging against the inexorable tide of social change, or combating his own failing health, Alfred’s life feels like one long battle. Then a young immigrant arrives at his home, and old beliefs and fresh resentments all get challenged.

Parental GuidelinesLet There Be Love, while often humorous and touching, deals with sensitive subject matters and contains explicit language and mature references. Recommended for adults and mature teens.

 

This play has a running time of 2 hours 20 minutes including one 15-minute intermision.

 


Cast (in order of speaking)

Avery Brooks cast photo
Avery Brooks
*
Alfred

Pascale Armand cast photo
Pascale Armand
*
Gemma

Gretchen Hall cast photo
Gretchen Hall
*
Maria

 

Captain Kate Murphy*
Stage Manager

Laura Smith*
Stage Manager

*Member of Actors' Equity Association 


Artistic Team

Jeremy B. Cohen
Director

Riccardo Hernandez
Scenic Designer

Miranda Hoffman
Costume Designer

Michelle Habeck
Lighting Designer

Lindsay Jones
Sound Designer

Gillian Lane Plescia
Speech Consultant

Gavin Witt
Production Dramaturg

Janet Foster
Casting Director

 


 

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SUPPORTED BY

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Stephanie and Ashton Carter

 

ADDITIONAL FUNDING FROM

The William L. and Victorine Q. Adams Foundation &
The Rodgers Family Fund

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