BY MAUREEN LEE LENKER
The Gilded Age offers up opulent interiors, ostentatious gowns, and all the rich people drama you could ask for.
Nixon has been a Broadway force since her debut in 1980 in The Philadelphia Story.
Baranski has two Tony Awards to her credit, both for Best Featured Actress in a Play in The Real Thing and Rumors.
Spector got his start on the stage, stepping into the part of Rodolpho in 2010's revival of A View from the Bridge.
Onstage, she's been Tony-nominated for her work in a 2012 revival of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Benton earned acclaim for her portrayal of Natasha Rostova in Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway.