TSS ALUM Marshall Simon to appear in ‘My Favorite Husbands’

My Favorite Husbands by Andrew Marvel

Gay weddings for Republicans? Mark, a 40-something New Yorker, bristles at the very idea. So when an invitation arrives to celebrate the union of Marks ex-lover to an up-and-coming rightwing Latino politician, with names like Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, and even Donald Trump dotting the guest list. Mark reacts the way any old school homosexual might: he decides to go in full drag. My Favorite Husbands takes a comedic look at the effects mainstream acceptance is having on the gay community, as well as one man’s choice between simply growing old or finally growing up. Directed by Duane Mazey.

Tickets at http://mfhnyc.brownpapertickets.com

TSS ALUM Peter Sarsgaard Cast in Hulu’s ‘The Looming Tower’


Hulu’s “The Looming Tower” has snagged Peter Sarsgaard to star opposite Jeff Daniels, Variety has learned.

The 10-episode drama, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning expose by Lawrence Wright on the in-fighting between the FBI and CIA in the years leading up to 9/11, was ordered to series in September by the streaming service. It traces the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda, and takes a controversial look at how the rivalry between the CIA and FBI may have inadvertently set the stage for the tragedy of 9/11 and the war in Iraq…”

Continue reading here.

TSS ALUM Jevon McFerrin to take over the role of Alexander Hamilton in ‘Hamilton’

From BROADWAYWORLD: “Jevon McFerrin, the young actor who has portrayed Alexander Hamilton in Hamilton on Broadway as an alternate to the musical’s lead Javier Muñoz, will step into the role effective immediately while Mr. Muñoz takes a medical leave to recover from a physical injury, it has been announced by Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller.” Continue reading here.

Jevon will be performing on March 27th, 2017 at the T Schreiber Studio’s 48th Anniversary Gala celebrating Terry’s 80th Year. Tickets are still available- buy yours today! 

TSS ALUM Peter Sarsgaard as Bobby Kennedy in ‘Jackie’

Peter Sarsgaard goes for the essence — not an impersonation — of Bobby Kennedy in the biopic Jackie

by Bob Thompson- National Post

Peter Sarsgaard as Bobby Kennedy, and Portman as Jackie.

Peter Sarsgaard as Bobby Kennedy and Natalie Portman as Jackie.

Peter Sarsgaard is pleased to report that he’s been mixing it up.

Last year, Sarsgaard played a hyper drug addict in the crime thriller Black Mass. This fall he defined the murderous bad guy in the remake of The Magnificent Seven western. Yet nothing compares to his Bobby Kennedy performance in the biopic Jackie directed by Pablo Larrain.

The movie is a snapshot of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (Natalie Portman) before and after the 1963 assassination of husband and U. S. President John. F. Kennedy. It is Sarsgaard’s Bobby who continues his role of family fixer as the grieving Jackie tries to cope with a devastating aftermath. Ironically, a pivotal time in American history recalled by Jackie was mostly shot on soundstages in a Paris suburb.

Sarsgaard, 35, offers his thoughts.


TSS Alum Julie Halston talks to The Interval about “The Babylon Line”

The Women of ‘The Babylon Line’- The Interval NY

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…

Read the full article on The Interval here!