Photo Coverage: Loose Ends Reading

Christian Campbell (Reefer Madness, tick, tick...BOOM, "All My Children") headlined a staged invitation-only reading of Michael Weller's play Loose Ends on March 22nd at the Mihael Weller Theater.  Acclaimed actor and director Austin Pendleton (Orson's Shadow) directed.

The reading co-starred Clare Kramer, Steven Sendor, Kieren van den Blink, Sara Kathyrn Bakker, Dinh Doan, Phil Burke, Teresa L. Goding, Carter Jackson, Gregory Martin and David Lapkin.  A 1979 play by Weller (Moonchildren, Spoils of War), Loose Ends starred Campbell as Paul, a man who traverses Boston to Bali to New York in his romance with Susan (Kramer).

Loose Ends, which was first seen at Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage, played Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre from June 6th, 1979 to January 27th, 1980.  Directed by Alan Schneider, it originally starred Kevin Kline and Roxanne Hart.

Producers Steven Sendor and Christian Campbell would like to have the Off-Broadway revival up and running later this year.   For more information, visit

Christian Campbell and Austin Pendleton

Clare Kramer and Austin Pendleton

Clare Kramer, Austin Pendleton and Christian Campbell

Christian Campbell, Steven Sendor and Clare Kramer

Christian Campbell, Michael Weller and Clare Kramer

Michael Weller, Teresa L. Goding and Carter Jackson

Phil Burke, Christian Campbell and Austin Pendleton

Gregory Martin and Sara Kathryn Bakker

Clare Kramer and Christian Campbell

David Lapkin, Kieren van den Blink and Dinh Doan

Loose Ends cast and creative team



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