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James Noone

 
Bio:
Broadway: Lady Day At Emerson's Bar and Grill, A Time To Kill, Match, A Bronx Tale (original play and off –Broadway production) A Class Act, Jekyll and Hyde (original) The Rainmaker, The Sunshine Boys, The Gin Game (Harris-Durning). Inherit The Wind (Scott-Durning) and many others. Off-Broadway: ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Broadway: Lady Day At Emerson's Bar and Grill, A Time To Kill, Match, A Bronx Tale (original play and off –Broadway production) A Class Act, Jekyll and Hyde (original) The Rainmaker, The Sunshine Boys, The Gin Game (Harris-Durning). Inherit The Wind (Scott-Durning) and many others. Off-Broadway: ... (read complete bio)
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Caption:

James Noone's amazing set photographed by our production assistant, Logan Shiller.

From:
BWW Blog: Ed Dixon of Pittsburgh Public Theater's L'HOTEL - Getting Closer
Tuesday, November 4 Started the day REALLY early with packing. They're moving me to housing right next to the theater. The Pennsylvanian is a lovely place but it's a HIKE and the weather is about to turn cold, so I'm really glad to be getting closer to work. After the move we did some trouble areas of the play and tightened the up considerably. Then I did an interview with Bill O'Driscoll from the City Paper. Forgot to mention, I did interviews with Sharon of the Post-Gazette and Alice Carter from the Tribune last week. Both were very enjoyable. We did a run through in the afternoon and it was the first time the first act had come together. The show is an ensemble piece so almost the entire cast is onstage all the time. This means everyone has to be on their toes ALL THE TIME or cues will be missed. This was the first time everyone kept the ball in the air for the entire first act. The second act wasn't as fortunate… one step at a time.

Date Taken:

2014-11-10

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