Friday, April 20, 2007

The Stoppard Must Go On

In a New York Times article about theatrical interruptions and mishaps, Ethan Hawke and Martha Plimpton discuss what it was like to see Richard Easton collapse during the second preview.

Meanwhile, "Coast of Utopia" director Jack O'Brien has moved on to a trilogy by Puccini.

Stoppard's translation of "Heroes" has opened in Los Angeles with Len Cariou, Richard Benjamin and George Segal, but the first review is not positive.

The Salisbury Playhouse is performing "Indian Ink."

No comments: