Colt Coeur and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater present Cal in Camo, a new dark comedy by William Francis Hoffman about the nature of family bonds and our capacity for human connection.
The world-premiere production is directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt, starring Tony nominee David Harbour (Glengarry Glen Ross), Katya Campbell (How to Make Friends and then Kill Them) and Paul Wesley (Vampire Diaries).
Performances began Off-Broadway May 6 with an official opening night scheduled for May 20.
Cal in Camo, according to press notes, explores the “turns, great and small, that get in the way of love, of family, of taking care of ourselves and those we hold most dear – and the sense of inadequacy we may feel in the moments when life seems to ask the most of us.” It is billed as a “deeply moving and darkly funny play.”
The production features scenery by John McDermott, costumes by Sueann Leung, lighting by Grant Yeager, sound design by Amy Altadonna, properties by Deb Gaouette and production management by Jeremy Pape. Sarah Devon Ford serves as production stage manager.