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Roundabout Roundup: Looking Back at ‘Look Back in Anger’

Posted on: April 6th, 2012 by Roundabout

 

Look Back in Anger Complete Cast Announced
September 13, 2011

We are  pleased to announce the full cast of a new production of John Osborne’s play Look Back in Anger, directed by Roundabout Associate Artist Sam Gold.

The cast will feature Adam Driver as “Cliff,” Sarah Goldberg as “Allison,” Anastasia Griffith as “Helena,” and Matthew Rhys as “Jimmy”.

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The Cast Meets the Press

Adam Driver, Sarah Goldberg, Sam Gold, Charlotte Parry, and Matthew Rhys; Photo Credit: David Gordon, TheaterMania

"The cast of the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of John Osborne's Look Back in Anger met the press at the company's rehearsal hall on Friday, December 16." - TheaterMania.com

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A Conversation with Sam Gold
January 12, 2012

Ted Sod, Education Dramaturg, interviewed director Sam Gold about his thoughts on Look Back in Anger.

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Opening Night
February 2, 2012

Review Roundup
February 8, 2012

“Mr. Gold’s direction is so passionately precise that it contrives to make most of the rough places plain enough. As for Mr. Rhys’s performance, it’s flat-out phenomenal.  I suspect it will be a long time before another revival as well cast and thrillingly staged as this one comes to New York." - Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

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Roundabout Roundup: Looking Back at ‘The Road to Mecca’

Posted on: March 7th, 2012 by Roundabout

 

Fugard's The Road to Mecca added to the 11-12 Season
August 8, 2011

We are pleased to present Tony Award® winner Rosemary Harris, Carla Gugino and  Tony Award winner Jim Dale in the Broadway premiere production of Athol Fugard’s play The Road To Mecca, directed by Gordon Edelstein.

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A Conversation with Carla Gugino
December 13, 2011

Ted Sod, Education Dramaturg, interviewed actress Carla Gugino about her thoughts on The Road to Mecca and her character, Elsa Barlow.

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The The Road to Mecca Marquees are Installed
December 19, 2011

The marquees for The Road to Mecca, starring Rosemary Harris, Carla Gugino, and Jim Dale, are up at the American Airlines Theatre!  The Road to Mecca began previews on December 16, 2011 and opens on January 17, 2012.

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A Note on Miss Helen by Athol Fugard
December 30, 2011

It was a drive into the Karoo to spend a holiday on a friend’s farm and the route I drove that took me for the first time through what had only been a name on a map until then: New Bethesda, a small village in what turned out to be an absolutely magnificent setting. As I drove through it, I couldn’t help responding to it, because I was actually born in that part of the world—as a matter of fact, I was born fifteen miles away from New Bethesda in a place called Middelburg. Driving to my friend’s farm I was struck by its isolation and thought to myself, hell, this would be quite a nice place to have a house to escape from the city if ever I felt like getting away from the world.

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Rosemary Harris in 'The Road to Mecca'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2011

Opening Night
January 17, 2012

Review Roundup
January 19, 2012

“It makes you catch your breath. Rosemary Harris asks us to look close to find the creative soul within. And with the generosity of a great artist, she rewards us with the illusion that we have discovered the majesty of her character all by ourselves. Carla Gugino is bracingly vital and Jim Dale is first-rate in this powerful production.” - Ben Brantley, The New York Times.

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Jim Dale, Carla Gugino, Rosemary Harris in 'The Road to Mecca'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2011

Artists Inspired by Artists: Jim Dale and Carla Gugino



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Roundabout Roundup: Week of February 6, 2012

Posted on: February 10th, 2012 by Roundabout

 

Cast set for Don't Dress for Dinner

"Oscar nominee Jennifer Tilly will star as Suzanne in Mark Camoletti’s French farce, Don’t Dress for Dinner. Directed by John Tillinger and adapted by Robin Hawdon, the production will also star Melora Hardin as Jacqueline, Ben Daniels as Robert, Adam James as Bernard and Spencer Kayden as Suzette. The Roundabout Theatre Company production begins previews on March 30 and officially opens on April 26 at the American Airlines Theatre." - Broadway.com

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Anything Goes on Broadway:
Baby, you're the top!

"The Roundabout Theater Company's current production of Anything Goes is just such a show, chock full of contemporary themes and ageless. It is for these reasons and many more that I'll gladly crown Anything Goes the quintessential American musical.

Apparently, I'm not alone in feeling this big love, after witnessing the smiles, enthusiastic clapping and bopping/foot tapping going on in the audience of the Stephen Sondheim Theater this past Wednesday night. To quote Porter's magnificent lyrics 'The Gypsy in Me' finds 'Anything Goes' both 'Easy to Love' and 'De-lovely.'" - HuffingtonPost.com

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Norma Langworthy, Theatre Producer, Dies at 92

"Norma Langworthy, a life-long theatre devotee who produced plays Off-Broadway and on, died Jan. 28 at her home in New York City. She was 92.

She supported many New York theatre companies, including the Roundabout Theatre Company, which, in December 2005, named the Langworthy Lounge in the American Airlines Theatre after her." - Playbill.com

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Read a note on Norma Langworthy from Todd Haimes and Julia Levy.


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2011-2012 Season, Anything Goes, Don't Dress for Dinner, Roundabout Roundup


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