Out actor Zachary Quinto will return to the New York City stage in the upcoming production of Smokefall.

The 38-year-old Quinto, who is best known for playing a young Spock in the 2009 Star Trek reboot and its sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness, made his Broadway debut in the 2013 revival of The Glass Menagerie. He previously appeared in the off-Broadway production of Angels in America.

Smokefall is written by Noah Haidle and directed by Anne Kauffman.

A synopsis of the play reads: “Magical realism collides with manic vaudeville in a family drama unlike any you've ever seen. The Twins swap philosophy while awaiting their birth, Beauty eats dirt and doesn't speak, Father is about to drive away and never return, and a man named Footnote acts as our guide. Whipping from astonishing tenderness to profound humor and back again, this wholly original play uncovers the extraordinary family connections we all stretch and warp across the years but can never quite break.”

Smokefall opens February 22 at the Lucille Lortel Theater and runs through March 13, according to Broadway.com.

(Related: Zachary Quinto says coming out gay has not hurt his career.)