An Iliad

Theatre
Name: New York Theatre Workshop
Address: 79 East 4th Street, New York, NY 10003
Production Details
First performance date: February 15, 2012
Opening date: March 6, 2012
Closing date: April 1, 2012
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Awards
Nominated

2012 Lucille Lortel Award Nominations
1. Outstanding Lighting Design, Scott Zielinski
2. Outstanding Sound Design, Mark Bennett

2012 Outer Critics Circle Award Nomination
Outstanding Solo Performance, Stephen Spinella

2012 Off Broadway Alliance Award Nomination
Best Special Event

2012 Drama Desk Nominations
1. Outstanding Music in a Play, Mark Bennett
2. Outstanding Solo Performance, Denis O'Hare and Stephen Spinella

2012 Drama League Nominations
Distinguished Performance, Stephen Spinella and Denis O'Hare

2012 Henry Hewes Design Award Nominations
1. Lighting Design, Scott Zielinski
2. Notable Effects (music and sound), Mark Bennett
Won

2012 Lucille Lortel Award
Outstanding Solo Show

2012 Outer Critics Circle Award
Outstanding Solo Performance, Denis O'Hare

2012 Obie Award Special Citation, Mark Bennett, Denis O'Hare, Lisa Peterson, and Stephen Spinella

2011-2012 Patrick Lee Theater Bloggers Awards
1. Outstanding Solo Show/Performance, Denis O'Hare
2. Outstanding Solo Show/Performance, Stephen Spinella
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
New York Theatre Workshop Producer
  
Denis O'Hare Author
Lisa Peterson Author
Mark Bennett Original Music
Homer Original Author
Robert Fagles Translator
  
Lisa Peterson Director
Jessi D. Hill Assistant Director
  
Rachel Hauck Set Designer
Marina Draghici Costume Designer
Scott Zielinski Lighting Designer
Mark Bennett Sound Designer
  
Donald Fried Production Stage Manager
  
Toby Algya Sound Supervisor
Allie Geiger Prop Master
Jeffrey Wallach Wardrobe
  
Brian Ellingsen Bass
Larry Miller Drums

Cast
Actor Role
Denis O'Hare The Poet
Stephen Spinella The Poet
Notes
An Iliad is a one-man show performed in repertory. The opening night for Stephen Spinella's performance is March 7, 2012.

Based on Homer's "The Iliad" translated by Robert Fagles.