New York Theatre Workshop has announced performance and ticket-on-sale dates for Othello, directed by Tony winner Sam Gold and starring David Oyelowo (Selma) and Daniel Craig (Spectre).
The Shakespearean classic will begin performances Off-Broadway November 22 with an official opening night scheduled for December 12. The limited engagement is set to run through January 18, 2017, at NYTW, located at 79 E. 4th Street, New York. Single tickets will go on sale October 5 at noon.
Oyelowo and Craig will be joined by David Wilson Barnes (Bridge of Spies), Marsha Stephanie Blake (Orange is the New Black), Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards), Blake DeLong (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812), Glenn Fitzgerald (Dirty Sexy Money), Slate Holmgren (King Lear), Anthony Michael Lopez (The Penalty), Matthew Maher (The Flick), Nikki Massoud (Zealot), Kyle Vincent Terry (Robin Hood) and Finn Wittrock (American Horror Story).
Through its CheapTix initiative and TodayTix partnership, NYTW will offer all tickets for the first two performances of Othello, plus a limited number of tickets to all other performances, for $25 via mobile lottery. The entry period for the first two performances will begin at 12:01 AM ET September 24 and continue through noon September 30, when winners will be offered the opportunity to purchase $25 tickets.
The entry period for all other performances will begin each performance day at 12:01AM ET and continue until winners are notified via push notification 3-4 hours before the selected performance begins. Limit one entry per person and two tickets per winner.
Othello will feature scenic design by Andrew Lieberman (Look Back in Anger), costume design by David Zinn (An Act of God), lighting design by Jane Cox (Noises Off), sound design by Bray Poor (War) and fight direction by Thomas Schall (The Crucible). Andrew Wade (Matilda) will serve as the voice director, and Michael Sexton (Titus Andronicus) will serve as dramaturg and text consultant.
Season memberships for the 2016-17 season are also on sale at NYTW.org or (212) 460-5475.