The very wise Roundabout Theatre management, and the very gifted director/choreographer Kathleen Marshall decided to lift some Cole Porter gems from their sources and plop them down in the middle of this stunning revival of Porter’s Anything Goes at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway.
Archives for April 8, 2011
9 Circles, a play about a tortured young soldier’s climb through an Iraqi inferno, has won the $25,000 Harold and Mimi Steinberg Award as the best new play arising out of regional theater in 2010 for playwright Bill Cain. David Bar Katz’s The History of Invulnerability, which will be part of Theater J’s 2011-2012 season, […]
The play’s the thing… eventually. But the tumultuous process of getting cast — whether into a play, or out onto the street — consumes our actors’ daily energies more than anything. And given the dense strata of competition surrounding most casting events, actors everywhere come to perfect a unique performance style, similar to acting in […]