Roundabout RoundUp: Week of November 8, 2010

Posted on: November 12th, 2010 by Roundabout

Curtis Billings, Edward Hibbert, Darren Pettie will join Olympia Dukakis in Milk Train

"Complete casting has been announced for Roundabout Theatre Company's new winter 2011 production of Tennessee Williams' The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore, starring Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis. Directed by Michael Wilson, this production — to play Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre Jan. 7-April 3, 2011 — premiered in May 2008 at Hartford Stage. It was the culmination of Wilson's ten-year project on the work of Tennessee Williams." -

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Anything Goes as Sutton Foster Transitions to Playing 'Broads, Old Maids and Hags'

Sutton Foster

"Is Sutton Foster on a mission to change herimage? The Broadway favorite recently told how much she enjoyed getting down and dirty in off-Broadway’s Trust, opposite beau Bobby Cannavale. Now the triple-threat laughingly reveals she’s ready “to play a broad” when she tackles the “adult role” of sassy nightclub singer Reno Sweeney in the Roundabout Theatre Company production of Anything Goes in the spring." -

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Nonprofit Uniting Soldiers and Performers in Common Cause

"AITF's latest event, slated for Mon., Nov. 8, at 8pm, at the American Airlines Theatre, is a free evening of monologues and jazz being performed to the men and women of the military and their families in honor of Veteran’s Day.

Adam Driver

The event has been announced by actor Adam Driver, who, in addition to starring in Roundabout’s current revival of Mrs. Warren’s Profession, was a marine with 1/1 Weapons Company 81′s Platoon in Camp Pendleton, and also by actor Joanne Tucker, familiar from work in plays at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre and HERE Arts Center. Both actors are Juilliard graduates and are co-running the non-profit." - The Clyde Fitch Report

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Related Categories:
2010-2011 Season, Anything Goes, Mrs. Warren's Profession, Roundabout Roundup, The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore

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