Sunday, February 28, 2010

Theatre Shorts

David Drake to direct Our Town at the Provincetown Theater. Auditions are March 6, 9 and 13.

Roundabout says ticket sales have improved their financial outlook.

Classic Stage Company will present two-time Academy Award-winner Dianne Wiest in The Forest, by Alexander Ostrovosky, translated by Kathleen Tolan, and directed by Brian Kulick, beginning performances Friday, April 23 at CSC (136 East 13th Street).

Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about Love Never Dies.

After good reviews, the Transport Group's production of The Boys in the Band extends to March 28th.

El Paso's Siglo de Oro Spanish Drama Festival celebrates its 35th year of bringing Spanish theatre to El Paso by presenting the works of the Golden Age of Spanish theatre.

Atlanta's Alliance Theatre announces 2010-2011 season.

Theater Breaking Through Barriers presents the world premiere of of Kate Moira Ryan's comedy, Bass for Picasso, directed by Ike Schambelan. The play opens at Theatre Row's Kirk Theatre on 2 May 2010, following previews from 17 Apr, and runs through to 23 May 2010.

Filmmaker Abel Ferrara, best known for his work on the films "Bad Lieutenant" and "King of New York," has signed on to direct the Broadway revival of the play, Short Eyes.

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