A decade after making his Broadway debut, Mark Ruffalo is back.
The 49-year-old actor will join Tony Shalhoub, Jessica Hecht and Danny DeVito in the Roundabout Theatre Company's upcoming revival of Arthur Miller's four-person play "The Price."
Performances begin Feb. 16 at the American Airlines Theatre, with an opening set for March 16. The limited engagement production is scheduled through May 7.
It'll be the fourth revival of "The Price" on Broadway. The drama, directed by Steppenwolf Theatre Company co-founder Terry Kinney, tells the story of estranged brothers dividing the positions of their now-deceased father -- three decades after the Great Depression wiped their family fortune away.
Shalhoub and Ruffalo will play the dueling brothers, with Hecht as the wife of Ruffalo's character. DeVito, who makes his Broadway debut in the production, will play a furniture dealer appraising the family possessions.
John Turturro, who was previously announced in Ruffalo's role, had to withdraw from the production due to an unspecified film commitment.
Ruffalo's first and only Broadway credit is the 2006 revival of "Awake and Sing!" -- a role that earned him a Tony nomination for best featured actor. He has received three Oscar nominations in his long film career, most recently for his supporting work in 2016's best picture "Spotlight."
For tickets and more information, visit roundabouttheatre.org.