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Written by Lucy Prebble
Directed by Rupert Goold
Broadhurst Theatre
First Preview: Apr 08, 2010
Opening Date: Apr 27, 2010
Closing Date: May 09, 2010

Cast & Creative Team

Norbert Leo Butz (Jeffrey Skilling)
Jordan Ballard (Employee, News Reporter, Analyst)
Brandon Dirden (Security Guard, Trader)
Rightor Doyle (Board Member, Lehman Brother, Trader, Employee)
Anthony Holds (Lehman Brother, Trader, Arthur Andersen, Police Officer)
Gregory Itzin (Kenneth Lay)
Ty Jones (Lawyer, Trader)
Ian Kahn (Lawyer, Trader)
Stephen Kunken (Andy Fastow)
January LaVoy (Employee, News Reporter, Prostitute, Hewitt)
Marin Mazzie (Claudia Roe)
Tom Nelis (Senator, Trader, Analyst, Judge)
Madisyn Shipman (Daughter – Alternate)
Jeff Skowron (Court Officer, Trader, Analyst)
Mary Stewart Sullivan (Daughter – Alternate)
Lusia Strus (Sheryl Sloman, Congresswoman, Irene Grant)
Noah Weisberg (Ramsay, Trader, Analyst)

Lucy Prebble (Playwright)
Rupert Goold (Director)
Anthony Ward (Scenic Design)
Anthony Ward (Costume Design)
Mark Henderson (Lighting Design)

Inspired by the real-life financial scandal of 2001, ENRON uses music, dance and video to explore one of the most infamous scandals in financial history, reviewing the tumultuous 1990s and casting a new light on the financial turmoil in which the world currently finds itself.

Directed by Rupert Goold, ENRON starred Tony Award Winner Norbert Leo Butz (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), Emmy and Tony Award nominee Gregory Itzin (President Charles Logan on FOX’s “24”), Three Time Tony nominee Marin Mazzie (Kiss Me, Kate, Ragtime, Passion), and Tony award nominee Stephen Kunken (Rock ‘n Roll, Frost/Nixon).

Jordan Ballard, Brandon J. Dirden, Rightor Doyle, Anthony Holds, Ty Jones, Ian Kahn, January LaVoy, Tom Nelis, Madisyn Shipman, Jeff Skowron, Lusia Strus, Mary Stewart Sullivan, Noah Weisberg, Ben Hartley, and Ellyn Marie Marsh completed the cast.

ENRON, was commissioned by Headlong Theatre and premiered in the summer 2009 at the Minerva Theatre Chichester before moving for a six-week run at the Royal Court Theatre where it played through November 8, 2009. The play transferred to the West End’s Noel Coward Theatre in January 2010.