As most of you know, Ford’s Theatre has been closed due to the federal government shutdown, forcing a disruption in the schedule of The Laramie Project by Moisés Kaufman and the Tectonic Theater Project. Once the theatre is allowed to reopen, performances will continue as originally scheduled.
Archives for October 7, 2013
It would have been a fitting tribute to Horton Foote had he been able to see two of his progeny packin’ ’em in during the same season on and off Broadway. For The Trip to Bountiful at the Sondheim Theatre and now The Old Friends at the Pershing Square Signature Theatre way out west on […]
In Tennessee Williams’ The Two-Character Play, the brother-and-sister acting team of Felice (David Bryan Jackson) and Clare (Lee Mikeska Gardner) are backstage, ready to open “The Two-Character Play” in which they play two agorophibic siblings, Felice and Clare whose lives have been defined by a childhood tragedy: their father shot and killed their mother and […]
Most visitors to the Baltimore Book Festival weren’t expecting to stumble upon some great theatre parked in the middle of Mount Vernon Square. But if you had the good fortune to visit Center Stage’s booth at a few select times, the big clanging doors of a shipping container swung open just for you and fourteen […]
I suggest that Norbert Leo Butz run for President in 2016. I’d make it “Mayor of New York City” this coming November, for we shall need him then, but he’ll be otherwise engaged at the Neil Simon Theatre, where he opened October 6 in a new musical, Big Fish. My suggestion may sound foolish to […]