BWW TV: Director Dexter Bullard and Actors Paul Rudd, Ed Asner & More Talk Playing with Time in GRACE
The cast of Broadway's GRACE-Ed Asner, Kate Arrington, Paul Rudd and Michael Shannon-along with director Dexter Bullard, met the press at Grace Hotel yesterday, August 21, 2012, in New York City. BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge was there and brings you interviews with Bullard and the cast, in which they speak about the challenges of a script that plays with time, getting into character, and more. Watch the video below!
Grace, the acclaimed American play written by the Award-winning writer of Mistakes Were Made and "Six Feet Under," and directed by Dexter Bullard (Tracy Letts' BUG), will star Rudd and Academy Award nominee Shannon, with Arrington and seven-time Emmy Award-winner Asner. The show begins previews at the Cort Theatre (138 West 48th Street) on Thursday, September 13th, with an official opening night set for Thursday, October 4, 2012.
A thrilling cast combines with one of theater's truly original voices, in this gripping dark comedy that asks: are we in control of our lives or is there something else at work? With scenes that careen from the serene to the suspenseful, Grace follows a wide-eyed young couple (Rudd & Arrington) as they start a new life in sunny, promise-filled Florida, with big plans to open a chain of Gospel themed motels. An agitated neighbor (Shannon) and a caustic exterminator (Asner) complete the eclectic foursome as destinies collide in this intensely entertaining and suspenseful journey.
Grace first premiered to critical acclaim at The Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, DC in 2004, and was subsequently seen in a celebrated production at Northlight Theater in Chicago, and at the Pasadena Playhouse in Los Angeles (where it received 3 LA Drama Critics Circle Awards including Best Play). This production of Grace marks its New York Premiere (in an updated script) and the Broadway debuts of playwright Craig Wright, director Dexter Bullard, and Michael Shannon, who have a fifteen-plus year history of collaboration in the theater, including the recent production of Mistakes Were Made.
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