Friday, December 12, 2014

Portrait of Playwright Eliza Clark, Page 73 at 45 Walker Street, 2010

Portrait of Playwright Eliza Clark, Page 73 at 45 Walker Street, 2010

EDGEWISE

by Eliza Clark
Sets by Andromache Chalfant
Costumes by Jenny Mannis
Lights by Nicole Pearce
Sound by Bart Fasbender
Fight Direction by Thomas Schall
Production Stage Management by Kelly Glasgow
Production Management by La Vie Producations/James E. Cleveland
Casting by Jack Doulin, CSA and Jenn Haltman
Press by Sam Rudy Media
Special Effects by Jeremy Chernick

Monday, December 8, 2014

Portrait of Playwright Austin Pendleton, Newhouse Theater, Lincoln Center 2012

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A MINISTER'S WIFE
MUSIC BYJoshua Schmidt
LYRICS BYJan Levy Tranen
BASED ON THE PLAY CANDIDA BYGeorge Bernard Shaw
CONCEIVED & DIRECTED BYMichael Halberstam

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Portrait of Playwright Paul Weitz, Second Stage Theatre, 2012

Portrait of Playwright Paul Weitz, Second Stage Theatre, 2012

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Photograph taken with Hasselblad film camera.
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Lonely, I’m Not
By Paul Weitz; directed by Trip Cullman; sets by Mark Wendland; costumes by Emily Rebholz; lighting by Matt Frey; projections by Aaron Rhyne; sound by Bart Fasbender; production stage manager, Lori Ann Zepp; associate artistic director, Christopher Burney; production manager, Jeff Wild; general manager, Dean A. Carpenter. Presented by the Second Stage Theater, Carole Rothman, artistic director; Casey Reitz, executive director. At the Second Stage Theater, 305 West 43rd Street, Clinton; (212) 246-4422, 2st.com. Through May 27. Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Portrait of Playwright Dael Orlandersmith, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, 2012

Portrait of Playwright Dael Orlandersmith, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, 2012


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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Portrait of Playwright Richard Nelson, Tweed Courthouse, New York City, 2012

Portrait of Playwright Richard Nelson, Tweed Courthouse, New York City, 2012

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Peter Sumner Walton Bellamy©2014
Photograph taken with Hasselblad film camera.
Film hand-developed by photographer


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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Portrait of Playwright Lemon Andersen, Red Hook, Brooklyn, 2012

Portrait of Playwright Lemon Andersen, Red Hook, Brooklyn, 2012

Reciting Hamlet on the street

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Peter Sumner Walton Bellamy©2014
Photograph taken with Hasselblad film camera.
Film hand-developed by photographer

                                        

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Portrait of Playwright Gabe McKinley, Peter Norton Space, 2012

Portrait of Playwright Gabe McKinley,  Peter Norton Space, 2012


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Peter Sumner Walton Bellamy©2014
Photograph taken with Hasselblad film camera.
Film hand-developed by photographer
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CQ/CX
By Gabe McKinley; directed by David Leveaux; sets by David Rockwell; costumes by Jess Goldstein; lighting by Ben Stanton; music and sound by David Van Tieghem; projections by Peter Nigrini and C. Andrew Bauer; production stage manager, Jenna Woods; production manager, Michael Wade; associate artistic director, Christian Parker; general manager, Jamie Tyrol. Presented by the Atlantic Theater Company, Neil Pepe, artistic director; Jeffory Lawson, managing director. At the Signature Theater Company’s Peter Norton Space, 555 West 42nd Street, Manhattan; (212) 279-4200; ticketcentral.com. Through March 11. Running time: 2 hours 15 minutes.
WITH: Larry Bryggman (Frank King), Peter Jay Fernandez (Gerald Haynes), Tim Hopper (Ben), Arliss Howard (Hal Martin), Kobi Libii (Jay Bennett), David Pittu (Junior), Steve Rosen (Jacob Sherman) and Sheila Tapia (Monica Soria).
Frank Rizzo is theater critic of The Hartford Courant.CQ/CX