Directed by Tony nominee Thomas Kail and written for the stage by Oscar winner Eric Simonson, Lombardi tells the theatrical tale of Hall of Fame football coach Vince Lombardi, who led the Green Bay Packers to two Super Bowl wins and three World's Best Grandpa coffee mugs. The cast stars Dan Lauria (The Wonder Years) in the title role and two-time Emmy winner Judith Light as Lombardi's wife. In honor of the play, Circle in the Square has transformed its lobby into a shrine to America's pigskinned pastime, with a museum-quality installation of memorabilia from the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including signed balls from the 1965 World Championship and Super Bowl I, in addition to other memorabilia.
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