When I was an intern at Williamstown Theatre Festival, I learned a ridiculous amount about theatre and acting. I was also fired for the first (and hopefully last) time in my life. 244 more words
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Ten moments that made my year
by Larry Murray and Gail Burns
End of the year, time to reminisce. Gail Burns and I considered the state of health and energy of theatre in this… 1,190 more words
Update 2/14/15: Finally the cast is complete for Living on Love.
Jerry O’Connell will return to Broadway in the upcoming production of Joe DiPietro’s… 511 more words
Among the works featured at the Williamstown Theatre Festival this summer was Kander and Ebb’s musical THE VISIT. I saw the last performance a week ago. 374 more words
Dark, depressing and downbeat as Dante’s Inferno, Swiss playwright Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s stinging drama The Visit has intrigued producers ever since its initial New York premiere electrified Broadway in 1958 with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne making theatre history. 838 more words
Feydeau, farce get John Rando treatment in Williamstown
Preview and Interview by Larry Murray
Actor Mark Harelik says a manic farce like A Flea in Her Ear is not something you would want to try at home. 1,506 more words
Just Visiting or headed for Broadway?
Preview of The Visit by Larry Murray
There’s a lot going for the Kander and Ebb musical The Visit… 658 more words