Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents HEARTBREAK HOUSE
This week, Gingold Theatrical Group's PROJECT SHAW presented George Bernard Shaw's beloved classic, HEARTBREAK HOUSE, light comedy about love, life, longing and laughter. BroadwayWorld was on hand and brings you photo coverage below.
Gingold Theatrical Group -- which made history last December as the first company ever to present every play (including full-length works, one-acts and sketches) written by George Bernard Shaw -- continues its fifth year of PROJECT SHAW with George Bernard Shaw's beloved classic
HEARTBREAK HOUSE, a light comedy about the residents and guests of an English country house crammed full of revelations, romance, and shocking discoveries, just before WWI changes everything -- on Monday, December 20 at 7pm at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) in
Manhattan. David Staller produces and directs.
In HEARTBREAK HOUSE, we are swept up in a roundelay of meticulously negotiated comedy, broken and mended hearts, politics and finance. Set on the eve of World War I, the farcical comedy of manners satirizes every class of British society as it drifts towards titanic disaster.
HEARTBREAK HOUSE featured Brian Murray (Mary Stuart), Emily Skinner (Billy Elliott, SIDE SHOW), Alison Fraser (THE DIVINE SISTER), Elena Shaddow (LA CAGE AUX FOLLES), Mary Testa (XANADU), A.J. Shively (LA CAGE AUX FOLLES), Lenny Wolpe (THE DROWSY CHAPERONE), John Martello (Irish Repertory's ST. NICHOLAS) Jim Brochu (ZERO HOUR) and Elizabeth Inghram (AFTER THE BALL). Time Out New York's David Cote hosts the evening; and New York Times journalist David Belcher will narrate.
For more information, visit www.ProjectShaw.com.
Photo Credit: Genevieve Rafter Keddy
The Cast- Elena Shaddow, Mary Testa, Brian Murray, Alison Fraser, Emily Skinner, Lenny Wolpe, Stephen Bogardus, John Martello, A.J. Shively, Jim Brochu, David Belcher, Elizabeth Inghram and David Cote
The Cast- Elena Shaddow, Mary Testa, Brian Murray, Alison Fraser, Emily Skinner, Lenny Wolpe, Stephen Bogardus, John Martello, A.J. Shively, Jim Brochu, David Belcher, Elizabeth Inghram and David Cote joined by Director David Staller