Centerstage's historic 50th Anniversary Season officially kicks off with AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, directed by Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah
, in a landmark production that takes Arthur Miller
's translation of Ibsen's classic and uses it to examine the contemporary media landscape. The production opens tonight, September 27, and BroadwayWorld has a first look at the show below.
Leading The Cast are Dion Graham and Kevin Kilner as Dr. and Peter Stockmann, two brothers torn apart by a discovery that impacts the whole community. Dion Graham returns to CENTERSTAGE after a long absence (The Heliotrope Bouquet, All's Well That Ends Well). His many credits include Broadway and touring productions of Not About Nightingales, and the role of State's Attorney Rupert Bond in The Wire. Kevin Kilner, a Johns Hopkins alum, returns to his hometown of Baltimore after making a name and face for himself both on stage and in extensive film and television roles, including Raising Helen, A Cinderella Story, American Pie II, Home Alone III, House of Cards, Damages, and Joss Whedon's Dollhouse. (A full cast list and bios are included below.)
AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, by Arthur Miller, adapted from the play by Henrik Ibsen, and directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah, opens officially on Thursday, September 27, and closes October 21. Tickets start at $10, and can be ordered online at www.centerstage.org/Enemy, or by calling 410.332.0033.
This production is supported by Bank of America, with additional support from KPMG.
Photo Credit: Richard Anderson
Dion Graham, Susan Rome, John Ahlin, and Charise Smith
Ross Bickell and Susan Rome
Kevin Kilner, Wilbur Edwin Henry and Dion Graham
Susan Rome and Charise Castro Smith