The solitary life of a middle-aged, tenured creative writing professor at Yale is shaken up by the onset of stomach cancer and the arrival of a gifted, difficult and mysterious male freshman in “The Sound Inside.”
It’s a small-scale, unexpectedly gripping new work by Pulitzer finalist Adam Rapp (“Red Light Winter”), with direction by Tony winner David Cromer (“The Band’s Visit”) and starring stage and film actress Mary-Louise Parker.
Following a debut in 2018 at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, “The Sound Inside” is receiving its New York premiere on Broadway at Studio 54 in a co-venture between commercial producers and Lincoln Center Theater. After many Off-Broadway productions over the past two decades, “The Sound Inside” marks a long-delayed and much-deserved Broadway debut for Rapp (who is the brother of original “Rent” star Anthony Rapp).
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