Remember the staged recording of Side Man Garret did last spring for L.A. Theatre Works?
Well, it is available on Amazon. As it turns out, it’s been out since November, but for some reason I expected it to show up as a download on Audible, not an audio book on Amazon, so I didn’t discover [...]
Playbill reports that Garret has joined a new L.A. Theatre Works production of Side Man, a play he did in Chicago back in 1999. The production will run from May 12 to 16 and be recorded for the LATW radio series “The Play’s the Thing.” If you’re in L.A. next week, you can get the [...]
Things of Dry Hours ended its run last weekend. New York Theatre Workshop uploaded a few pics from both the opening and closing night on Facebook. Also, all the Afterwords discussions are available on the NYTW website. Garret stayed for the one on June 16, but they’re all well worth a listen.
To see what New [...]
New York Theatre Workshop has posted an interview (video embedded below) with the creative team behind Things of Dry Hours – playwright Naomi Wallace, director Ruben Santiago Hudson (director) and NYTW artistic director James Nicola:
They are also giving away free tickets for the shows this weekend to people who want to help spread [...]
The first production photos from Things of Dry Hours are finally online on the New York Theatre Workshop Facebook page. Click on the one on the left to see the rest.
There is also a bunch of new material on the NYTW site: production history, downloadable audio recordings of the post-performance discussions on May 30 and [...]
The tickets for Things of Dry Hours have gone on sale today. For details, head over to the New York Theatre Workshop site.
Rehearsals started on Tuesday (April 21). There are a few pics posted on NYTW’s Facebook page. Click on the one below to get there:
If you plan on attending, make sure you also visit [...]
Some theatre news for a change:
The New York Theater Workshop has announced Delroy Lindo, Roslyn Ruff, and Garret Dillahunt will star in its final production of the season, Naomi Wallace’s “Things of Dry Hours,” which Ruben Santiago-Hudson will direct.
The play by Ms. Wallace, the recipient of a 1999 MacArthur “genius award,” is set in Depression-era [...]