Linda Lavin, Daniel K. Isaac and More to Star in World Premiere of Roundabout’s YOU WILL GET SICK

Roundabout Theater Company has announced the full cast for the world premiere of You Will Get Sick, a new play by Noah Diaz directed by the Tony Award nominee Sam Pinkleton.

The cast includes Marina Anderson, Daniel K. Isaac, Linda Lavine, Nate Millerand Dario Ladani Sanchez who all made their debuts with the Roundabout Theater Company.

You Will Get Sick begins preview performances Friday, October 14, 2022 and officially opens Sunday, November 6, 2022 at Laura Pils Theater at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theater (111 West 46th Street). This is a limited engagement until Sunday, December 11, 2022.

Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ and Helen Hayes Winner Linda Lavine (Broadway Bound) returns to the stage after appearing on Broadway in The Lyons, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, The Last of the Red Hot Lover, The Diary of Anne Frank among many other Broadway and off-Broadway productions. Marina Anderson has recently been seen on TV in “New Amsterdam”, “High Maintenance” and “Gotham”. Daniel K. Isaac is known for his role as “Ben Kim” on Showtime’s “Billions” and is also the playwright of Once Upon a (Korean) Time which will make its world premiere this fall off Broadway at La Mama’s Ellen Stewart Theater. Nate MillerThe recent stage credit of was in the 2017 production of Junk at Lincoln Center Theater and Dario Ladani Sanchez was last seen last season in Selling Kabul at Playwrights Horizons.

Pinkleton makes his directorial debut of Roundabout in this new play. Some of his recent directorial work includes a celebratory adaptation of Head Over Heels with Jenny Koons at Pasadena Playhouse and Liz Swados’ spectacular youth civic Runaways at City Center Encores and Shakespeare In The Park. He is a Tony nominated choreographer, movement director and creative director, having worked on a number of productions on and off Broadway. In You Will Get Sick, he finds Linda Lavinewith whom he last worked, having served as assistant director for The Lyons.

Diaz wrote You Will Get Sick in 2018 while a student at the Yale School of Drama. In the play, a young man is shocked to receive a life-changing diagnosis. Overwhelmed, he turns to a stranger for help, hiring an older woman to break the news to family and friends – setting off a series of events that will profoundly reshape both of their lives. This piercing, human new piece is a testament to the great challenges – and extraordinary joys – that come with having a body.

The play’s creative team includes: Kimie Nishikawa (Sets), Alicia Austin (Costumes), Cha See (Lighting), Lee Kinney (Sound) and Skylar Fox (Illusions).


Tickets for You Will Get Sick go on sale August 4 at noon by calling 212.719.1300, online at, in person at the roundabout ticket office. Ticket prices range from $59 to $99. For groups of 10 or more, please call 212-719-9393 x 365 or email [email protected].

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: You Will Get Sick plays Tuesday through Saturday nights at 7:30 p.m. with Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 3 p.m.

Off-Broadway: Sanded (Vineyard); The Cake (MTC), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mobile Unit), Teenage Dick, Miss You Like Hell (The Public); The Treasurer, Bella: An American Tall Tale, A Life, Far from Heaven (Playwrights Horizons); Baby’s gender (Access Theatre); Obama-ology (The Juilliard School). Regional: Airness (Humana); A Doll’s House (Huntington); Three Sisters (playmaster’s representative); Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, Intimate Apparel (Dorset Theater Festival); Fairfield (Cleveland Gambling House). TV: “A League of Their Own”, “New Amsterdam”, “High Maintenance”, “Madam Secretary”, “Gotham”. BFA: Howard University. MFA: NYU Graduate Acting Program.

(he she). Off-Broadway: The Chinese Lady (Drama Desk Nomination, Ma-Yi/Public), You Never Touched the Dirt (Clubbed thumb), The Gentleman Caller (Abingdon), Sagittarius Ponderosa (NAATCO), Underland (59E59), La Divina Caricatura (La MaMa/St. Ann’s), Anna Nicole the Opera (BAM). Regional: The Chinese Lady (Barrington Stage), The Ballad of Little Jo (Two River), Miss Electricity (La Jolla Playhouse). Film/TV: Ben Kim on “Billions” (Showtime); “The Other Two” (HBO Max); Dirty rhetoric; Plan B; Drummer; “The Wait” (Quibi); “Last week tonight with John Olivier“, “The Deuce”, “Crashing”, Too Big To Fail (HBO); Money Monster (dir. Jodie Foster); “The Jim Gaffigan Show” (TV LAND); “Person of Interest” (CBS).

Linda Lavine won a Tony Award, as well as a Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ and Helen Hayes Award for her performance in “Broadway Bound” in 1987. She is a six-time Tony Award nominee for her roles in “The Last of the Red Hot Lovers”, “The Diary of Anne Frank”, “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife” . “, “Collected Stories” and “Les Lyonnais”. In 2017, Linda was seen in “Candide” directed by Hal Prince and received rave reviews. Inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame in 2011, other theater credits include “The New Century” (Drama Desk Award), “Other Desert Cities” (LCT), and “Too Much Sun” (Vineyard Theater).

She’s a two-time Golden Globe winner and Emmy nominee for her role as Alice in the hit 9-year-old CBS television series “Alice,” and she co-starred with Sean Hayes in the NBC series “Sean saves the world”. Linda recently starred in ‘Mom’, ‘The Good Wife’ and ‘Madam Secretary’. She was featured as a series regular on the CBS sitcom “9JKL” opposite Marc Feustein and Elliot Gould, and was recently seen in the series “Brockmire” and “The Santa Clarita Diet”. Linda is currently a series regular on the CBS sitcom, “B Positive,” produced by chuck lore. 3 Linda Can Currently Be Seen In The Aaron Sorkin feature, “Be the Ricardos.” His recent feature films include “Naked Singularity” opposite Jean Boyega and Bill Skarsgaard, “A Short History of Decay”, “Manhattan Nocturne” with Adrian Brody“How to be a Latin lover” opposite Rob Lowe and Eugene Derbezand “Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase”. She also appeared with robert deniro in “The Intern” by Nancy Meyer.

Linda was born in Portland, Maine and graduated from the College of William & Mary, which recently conferred on her an Honorary Doctorate of Arts where she staffs a theater program. She gives her concert with Billy Stritchhis musical director, and released his second CD “Love Notes”, an album of jazz standards and show tunes.

Nate Miller is a Brooklyn-based actor/producer and founding member of Lesser America Theater Co. A Milwaukee native, he is a graduate of Marquette University and the drama division of the Juilliard School. Broadway: JUNK at LCT. Off Broadway: The Merchant of Venice at TFANA, India Pale Ale, Ripcord, Of Good Stock at MTC, Love and Information at NYTW, Peter and The Starcatcher at New World Stages. Regional: Actors Theater of Louisville, La Jolla Playhouse, Playmakers Rep, The Wilma Theater, McCarter Theater Center, Shakespeare Theater DC, Moliere in the Park. FILM: On either side of midnight, another genre. Television: “The Code”, “The Goodwife” (CBS), “Us and Them” (FOX) @iamnatemiller.

Roundabout start! Dario stars in Jason Katims’ upcoming series Dear Edward on AppleTV+. New York Theatre: Selling Kabul (Playwrights Horizons, Pulitzer Finalist), Juliet & Romeo (The Brick), a wake for the fucked up face of David (winner, Sam French OOB). Regional: Main à Dieu (SpeakEasy), Welcome to Arroyo’s (OBERON). International: La Storia di Colapesce (Trinacria Theater Company). Reading/Workshop: Chautauqua, Two River, Huntington. Undergraduate: Northeastern University; MFA: Yale Drama. @darioladani.

(Playwright) is a playwright and screenwriter from the Iowa/Nebraska border. Productions include You Will Get Sick (Roundabout Theatre), Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally (Baltimore Center Stage) and The Swindlers (Baltimore Center Stage). Commissions from La Jolla Playhouse, Roundabout Theatre, Manhattan Theater Club/Sloan, The Great Plains Theater Commons, Baltimore Center Stage and Audible/Amazon Studios. His work has been developed with the Berkshire Theater Group, the Two River Theatre, the Sol Project, the First Floor Theater and the Playwrights Realm, where he was a Page One playwright-in-residence. Noah is an ASCAP recipient Cole Porter Award and five-time recipient of Kennedy Center Playwriting Awards. On television, he has written on Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu), Up Here (Hulu), Joe vs. Carole (Peacock) and is currently developing projects with Hulu, 20th Century, The Walk-Up Company and the team at Eva Longoria‘s Incredible Entertainment. MFA: Yale School of Drama. @itsnoahdiaz.

(he/him) (director) is a Tony Award-nominated director and creator of peskyly hyphenated shows and experiences. As a director, his work includes a celebratory adaptation of Head Over Heels with Jenny Koons (Pasadena Playhouse), the Untitled DanceShowPartyThing club experience with Ani Taj (Virgin Voyages), the spectacular civic show for young people by Liz Swados (City Center Encores + Shakespeare In The Park) and the world premiere of Larissa FasthorseWhat would Crazy Horse do? (Kansas City Representative). As a choreographer and movement director, his work on Broadway includes Macbeth (with Daniel Craig and Ruth Nega); Natasha, Pierre and the great comet of 1812 (Tony Nomination), Amélie, Heisenberg and the Roundabout productions of Machinal and the significant other. Other highlights include Soft Power (The public theater/CTG); Mr. Burns (Playwrights Horizons); Trouble in Tahiti (Dutch National Opera), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Deutsche Oper Berlin) and Todd Almondby Kansas City Choir Boy (with Courtney Love). He is a collaborating artist with CiviliansPig Iron Theater Company and The Dance Cartel and has taught at Princeton University, NYU and Pace University.

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