Jeremy’s character in Impressionism is called “Thomas Buckle”


JEREMY IRONS (Thomas Buckle). Trained at Bristol Old Vic London Theatre: Godspell, Rear Column, Embers. RSC: Wild Oats, Winter’s Tale, Richard 11, The Rover. National Theatre: Never So Good. NY: The Real Thing (Tony, Drama League Awards), A Little Night Music. Film includes: Dead Ringers (NY Critics Best Actor), Reversal of Fortune (Academy, Golden Globe Awards), Betrayal, French Lieutenant’s Woman, Moonlighting, Mission, Kafka, Waterland, Damage, M.Butterfly, Diehard with a Vengeance, Stealing Beauty, Lolita, Man in the Iron Mask, Eragon, Merchant of Venice, Being Julia, Casanova, Kingdom of Heaven, The Lion King (voice of Scar), Appaloosa. TV: “Langrishe Go Down,” “Brideshead Revisited,” “Tales from Hollywood ,” “Longitude,” “Elizabeth ” (Emmy, Globe, SAG Awards).Directed Mirad a Boy from Bosnia. Other Awards: European Film Academy , Cezar, Officier des Artes et Lettres.

JOAN ALLEN (Katharine Keenan). Broadway: Burn This (Tony Award); Heidi Chronicles (Tony Nomination). Off-Broadway: The Marriage Of Bette And Boo; And A Nightingale Sang (Clarence Derwent, Drama Desk, Outer Critic’s Circle, and Theater World Awards); Heidi Chronicles (Playwrights Horizons). As a founding member of the Steppenwolf Theater Company, she performed in multiple productions with the company. Film: Death Race; Bonneville; Bourne Ultimatum; Yes; The Upside Of Anger; Off The Map; Bourne Supremacy; The Notebook; The Contender (Oscar, SAG, Independent Spirit, Golden Globe nominations – Best Actress); Pleasantville; Face-Off (MTV Award); The Ice Storm; The Crucible (Oscar, SAG, Golden Globe nominations, Best Supporting Actress); Nixon (Oscar, SAG nominations, Best Supporting Actress); Searching For Bobby Fischer; Ethan Frome; Tucker; Manhunter; Peggy Sue Got Married; Compromising Positions. Recently completed filming Georgia O’Keeffe opposite Mr. Irons.

MARSHA MASON (Julia Davidson). Ms. Mason has been a professional working actor in film, television, and theater for over 30 years. Her most recent work includes A Feminine Ending at Playwrights Horizons and Steel Magnolias on Broadway. She has worked in New York, London, California, and regional theater. In film and television, she has earned 4 Academy Award nominations, 2 Golden Globes, 2 People’s Choice awards, an Emmy nomination, and 2 Life Achievement awards. She also received a Grammy nomination for her comedic recording of the London production of Prisoner of Second Avenue for LA Theater Works and has directed for theater & television.

ANDRÉ DE SHIELDS (Chiambuane) is an award-winning actor, director and educator. Broadway: The Full Monty, Prymate, Play On!, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Wiz. The Classical Theatre of Harlem: King Lear, Caligula, Black Nativity, Dream On Monkey Mountain. La MaMa: Haarlem Nocturne. The Flea: Cato. Regional: Death Of A Salesman, Inherit The Wind, Waiting For Godot, Our Town. Intermittently, Mr. De Shields is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at colleges and universities across the nation. A proud member of Equity, SSDC, SAG and AFTRA. Namasté!

MICHAEL T. WEISS (Douglas Finch). Theater: “Herb” in Scarcity (Drama Desk Nom; Atlantic Theater), Of Equal Measure (Center Theater Group), “Pale” in Burn This; “Valmont” in Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Huntington), Look Back in Anger ( Dir. Forest Whitaker), Taming Of the Shrew. Film: Freeway (Sundance; Prod. Oliver Stone), Jeffrey (from Paul Rudnick’s play), Bones, Until the Night, Iowa (Tribeca Film Festival; Midwest FF ‘Best Actor Award’), Net Worth, Marmalade. TV: starred in NBC’s “The Pretender” as multiple characters, as well as numerous other series regulars & guest stars.

AARON LAZAR (Ben Joplin). Broadway credits include: The Light in the Piazza; Les Misérables revival (Drama Desk Nomination); A Tale of Two Cities. Film/TV: The Notorious Bettie Page, “Ugly Betty,” “New Amsterdam,” The Light in the Piazza (Live from Lincoln Center ); special guest “The Today Show.” Guest artist: Marvin Hamlisch and the National Symphony Orchestra; Keith Lockhart and The Boston Pops; NY Pops at Carnegie Hall; South Pacific at The Hollywood Bowl.

MARGARITA LEVIEVA (Nicole Hallady) will next be seen in two exciting films that premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival: Adventureland directed by Greg Mottola, from Miramax in March; Spread opposite Ashton Kutcher, directed by David Mackenzie, from Anchor Bay. Film: Noise directed by Henry Bean; The Invisible directed by David Goyer. TV: “Vanished,” “Law & Order: Trial by Jury” & the pilots “What’s Not To Love,” “NY 70” & “The Prince.” Levieva is thrilled to be making her theater & Broadway debut in Impressionism.

HADLEY DELANY (Young Katharine). Broadway debut. 8 years old. TV: Team Umizoomi. Film: The Nanny Diaries. Thanks to her teacher Ms. Scott, her headmaster Mr. Fox, her manager Ingrid French, her agent Barry Kolker. Love to her mother, father and younger siblings Forbes, Margot and Seth.