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Corey Stoll, Natalie Gold, Alyssa Emily Marvin to join Sarah Paulson in ‘Appropriate’

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ play will open at the Hayes Theater as part of Second Stage’s season.

Corey Stoll, Natalie Gold and Alyssa Emily Marvin (Credit: Courtesy of Polk&Co.)

Additional cast and creative team members have been announced for Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ drama “Appropriate.” Joining the previously announced Sarah Paulson are Corey Stoll, Natalie Gold and Alyssa Emily Marvin. Casting is by Jim Carnahan Casting.

Joining the creative team are scenic designer collective dots, costume designer Dede Ayite, lighting designer Jane Cox and sound designers Will Pickens and Bray Poor. As previously announced, Lila Neugebauer will direct the production.

Stoll last appeared on Broadway in the 2010 revival of “A View From the Bridge.” His other Main Stem credits include the 2003 staging of “Henry IV” and the 2007 mounting of “Old Acquaintance.” Stoll is also known for several television roles, including Mike Prince in “Billions.”

Gold made her Broadway debut in 2006 in “Festen.” Since then, she has appeared as Rava Roy in “Succession.” Her select television and film credits include “The Walking Dead: The World Beyond,” “The Americans,” “The Good Wife,” “Love & Other Drugs” and “Collateral Beauty.”

Marvin originated the role of A1656 in this season’s “Grey House.” She also appeared in the national tour of “School of Rock.”

Complete casting for “Appropriate” is set to be announced in the coming weeks.

“Appropriate” will begin previews on Nov. 29 ahead of an official opening night of Dec. 18 at the Hayes Theater. The limited engagement will run through Feb. 11, 2024. The production is part of Second Stage’s 45th anniversary season.

“Appropriate” is being produced under the leadership of Second Stage artistic director Carole Rothman and interim executive director Lisa Lawer Post, in association with Ambassador Theatre Group Productions, Amanda Dubois, Annapurna Theatre and Bad Robot Live.

Correction: “Appropriate” will begin previews on Nov. 29. This was misstated in an earlier version.