“SAG-AFTRA mourns the passing of Debbie Reynolds, whose six-decade career made her a star of both the big and small screens. Reynolds, a recipient of SAG-AFTRA’s SAG Life Achievement Award, died today at the age of 84.” Read the full statement here.
Set in the turbulent 1970’s, this bittersweet romance by the author of Moonchildren and Spoils of War, starred Kevin Kline at Circle in the Square Theatre on Broadway. Paul is a Peace Corps dropout and Susan is in freefall when they meet on a beach in Bali. Some themes from decades ago are still important in today’s world. Such is the case in Loose Ends.
TERRY SCHREIBER, the Man, the Myth, to direct!
PRODUCTION DATES: March 15-April 15, 2017
Wednesday 1/11/17 12pm-6pm
Saturday 1/14/17 12pm-6pm
Sunday 1/15/17 1pm-6pm
Wednesday 1/18/17 12pm-6pm
Sunday 1/22/17 12pm-6pm CALLBACKS
11 Characters: 4 Female, 7 Male
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“Strongly written, sensitively felt, theatrically effective.” – Newsweek
“Honest…resonant and haunting.” – The New York Times
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Written by Victoria Myers
Photography by Jacqueline Harriet
December 21st, 2016
In Richard Greenberg’s The Babylon Line, now playing at Lincoln Center Theater, four women—some friends, some not—come together for a weekly creative writing class in 1967 Long Island. The play gives the all too rare chance for four actresses to be on stage together in fully formed roles. The actresses of The Babylon Line—Maddie Corman, Randy Graff, Julie Halston, and Elizabeth Reaser—are a formidable group with experiences that range from broad comedies to naturalistic dramas, and all of whom have made substantial contributions to the theatre. We gathered them to discuss their rehearsal process, working together, roles for women, and more. This conversation has been edited and condensed…
|A Long Trip
By Dan McGeehan
Dir. Joan KaneMan, Older – Steven Curtis Jones
Woman, Older – Kate Whitney
Man, Younger – Brian Dole
Woman, Younger – Vanessa Johansson
By Michael Weems
Dir. Ivette DumengBlanca – Wendy Gutierrez
Kennedy – Taylor Graves
Jimmy – John Sarno
|A Sudden Loss of Altitude
By Peter Kennedy
Dir. Jake TurnerKyle – Jason Asher
Scott – Anthony Inneo
By Alex Dremann
Dir. Janet BentleyJackie – Rebeca Robles
Henry – Gregory Barone
By Nelson Clark
Dir. Ann CooleyArizona Slim – Bill Barry
Shelby Charles – Ivan Sandomire
Lin Starhawk Wise – Tai Thompson
|The First Bridge
By Jim Gordon
Dir. Raquel AlamazanDeborah – Maeve Yore
Howard – Thomas Conroy
By Nathan Yungerberg
Dir. Clarissa Marie LignonJimmy – Gus Solomons
Gabe – Jaron Young
|The Sleeping Beauty of Brooklyn
By Rosemary Frisino Toohey
Dir. Gregg PicaPeter – Julian Gavilanes
Marni – Emily Chastain
|Shelley Berman’s No Soap!
By Bob CanningDir. Page Clements
Mr. Bertrum – Jonathan Dauermann
By Eugenie Carabatsos
Dir. Crystal Edn
Bernadette – Nicolle Marquez
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