Provocative recreation of the Clinton vs. Trump presidential debates has actors of reversed genders portraying them, and is a startlingly theatrical event.
A beer drinking, melancholy Vietnam veteran and his hapless, younger brother figure in this roaring revival of the one-act play set at a rural Texas bar.
While waiting on line to get into the memorial tribute for Tony Randall, in 2004, I had one of those only in New York encounters with a 80ish woman.
From the thousands that I’ve taken to the Statue of Liberty as a tour guide, two were among the most memorable. They were like Horton Foote characters.
Here is a personal remembrance of the distinguished actress, perhaps best known for her role in the 1983 film “Scarface,” who died recently.
Now acclaimed for her award-winning documentary theatre solo shows, back then she was a struggling actress and a charismatic and inspiring teacher.
Now retired at the age of 95, this distinguished man of the theater has been a stage manager for The Lunts, a director, an acting teacher and an author.
Carol Burnett performed her one-woman show in White Plains, in 2015. She’s undeniably wonderful, but the event was a disappointing series of misadventures.
How a 72 year-old, retired schoolteacher made her Broadway debut with Paul Newman in the 2002, revival of “Our Town,” where he played The Stage Manager.
These are some fond recollections of my time studying acting at HB Studio in the 1990’s with the venerable and delightful actress who died last year.