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Date of Birth: June 07, 1957 (62)

Birth Place: Youngstown, OH, USA
Mara Davi, Sean Dugan, Donna Lynne Champlin Star In Shaw's WHY SHE WOULD NOT 12/14
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2009

Gingold Theatrical Group makes history as the first company to present every play (including full-length works, one-acts and sketches) written by George Bernard Shaw with its 44th PROJECT SHAW presentation, WHY SHE WOULD NOT -- the author's final and unfinished play -- on Monday, December 14 at 7pm at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) in Manhattan. David Staller, who has produced and directed all of the Project Shaw readings during its initial four-year series, is set to direct. (more...)

Mara Davi, Sean Dugan, Donna Lynne Champlin Star In Shaw's WHY SHE WOULD NOT 12/14
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2009

Gingold Theatrical Group makes history as the first company to present every play (including full-length works, one-acts and sketches) written by George Bernard Shaw with its 44th PROJECT SHAW presentation, WHY SHE WOULD NOT -- the author's final and unfinished play -- on Monday, December 14 at 7pm at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) in Manhattan. David Staller, who has produced and directed all of the Project Shaw readings during its initial four-year series, is set to direct. (more...)

Mara Davi, Sean Dugan, Donna Lynne Champlin Star In Shaw's WHY SHE WOULD NOT 12/14
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2009

Gingold Theatrical Group makes history as the first company to present every play (including full-length works, one-acts and sketches) written by George Bernard Shaw with its 44th PROJECT SHAW presentation, WHY SHE WOULD NOT -- the author's final and unfinished play -- on Monday, December 14 at 7pm at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) in Manhattan. David Staller, who has produced and directed all of the Project Shaw readings during its initial four-year series, is set to direct. (more...)

The Festival of New American Short Plays' 'Summer Shorts 3: Series A' At 59E59
by Deborah Blumenthal - Aug 23, 2009

This eclectic mix at The Festival of New American Short Plays is perfect for that short dog days of summer attention span. (more...)

Summer Shorts 3 With Giles, Huff, Colin, Slezak & More Begins 7/27
by BWW News Desk - Jul 27, 2009

J.J. Kandel and John McCormack will present SUMMER SHORTS 3, their third annual festival of new American short plays, at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th Street). Performances begin Friday July 24th, and continue through Thursday August 27th. (more...)

Summer Shorts 3 With Giles, Huff, Colin, Slezak & More Begins 7/27
by BWW News Desk - Jul 15, 2009

J.J. Kandel and John McCormack will present SUMMER SHORTS 3, their third annual festival of new American short plays, at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th Street). Performances begin Friday July 24th, and continue through Thursday August 27th. (more...)

Photo Flash: Project Shaw's THE SIMPLETON OF THE UNEXPECTED ISLES And THE SIX OF CALAIS
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2009

PROJECT SHAW, now in its third of its four-year series, continues tackling every play George Bernard Shaw ever wrote. The group presented THE SIMPLETON OF THE UNEXPECTED ISLES and THE SIX OF CALAIS on Monday June 15th. This was its 39th presentation evening. (more...)

Project Shaw Hosts THE SIMPLETON OF THE UNEXPECTED ISLES, THE SIX OF CALAIS 6/15
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2009

PROJECT SHAW, now in its third of its four-year series, continues tackling every play George Bernard Shaw ever wrote. This will be its 39th presentation. (more...)

Project Shaw Hosts THE SIMPLETON OF THE UNEXPECTED ISLES, THE SIX OF CALAIS 6/15
by BWW News Desk - May 29, 2009

PROJECT SHAW, now in its third of its four-year series, continues tackling every play George Bernard Shaw ever wrote. This will be its 39th presentation. (more...)

A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN Plays In PPT 4/16-5/17
by BWW News Desk - Apr 16, 2009

Directed by Pamela Berlin, Pittsburgh Public Theater presents an all-new production of Eugene O'Neill's timeless classic, A Moon for the Misbegotten. Berlin is a theater veteran who has staged plays across the country but is best known for directing the Off Broadway world premiere of Steel Magnolias and the Broadway production of The Cemetery Club. (more...)

A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN Plays In PPT 4/16-5/17
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2009

Directed by Pamela Berlin, Pittsburgh Public Theater presents an all-new production of Eugene O'Neill's timeless classic, A Moon for the Misbegotten. Berlin is a theater veteran who has staged plays across the country but is best known for directing the Off Broadway world premiere of Steel Magnolias and the Broadway production of The Cemetery Club. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Project Shaw's SAINT JOAN
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Dec 23, 2008

Produced and directed by David Staller, Project Shaw's latest offering - Saint Joan, written by George Bernard Shaw performed on December 22nd at The Players Club. BroadwayWorld sent our cameras to capture the cast of what is always a special theatrical evening. (more...)

Project Shaw's SAINT JOAN Featuring Groff, Kudisch, Seldes, Slezak & Wyman Plays 12/22
by BWW News Desk - Dec 22, 2008

Produced and directed by David Staller, Project Shaw's latest offering - Saint Joan, written by George Bernard Shaw performs on December 22 at 7pm. (more...)

Project Shaw's Saint Joan to Feature Groff, Kudisch, Seldes, Slezak & Wyman on December 22
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2008

Produced and directed by David Staller, Project Shaw has announced its latest offering - Saint Joan, written by George Bernard Shaw on December 22 at 7pm. (more...)

Albee, Prince, Pierce and MORE to Honor Hagen and Berghof at NYPL
by BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2008

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center has acquired the papers of renowned performers and acting teachers Uta Hagen and Herbert Berghof. The collection consists of thousands of pages of unpublished correspondence, diaries, scripts and manuscripts, photographs, clippings and other documentation relating to the dynamic theatrical careers of both Hagen and Berghof. This collection of professional and personal papers, spanning nearly 100 years of theater history, is being made public for the first time. To celebrate the bequest, the Library is planning a series of eight free public programs featuring many close friends and colleagues of Ms. Hagen and Mr. Berghof's including such figures as Harold Prince, Edward Albee, David Hyde Pierce and Eli Wallach. Programs take place in the Bruno Walter Auditorium in The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center located at 111 Amsterdam Avenue (between 64th and 65th streets). Admission to all programs is free and first come, first served. For information, please call (212) 642-0142 or visit www.nypl.org/lpaprograms. Programs are curated by Alan Pally, Manager of Public Programs at the Library for the Performing Arts. (more...)

'Eating Their Words' Teams Up Chefs and Writers to Reinvent Dinner Theater
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2008

Eating Their Words, reinventing the concept of 'dinner theater' by wedding a seasoned chef with prominent playwrights for an integrated evening of new cuisine and new plays, adds Sam Mason's Tailor to its event line-up, Monday November 3rd. (more...)

Baltimore/Washington Backstage - April 7, 2008
by Charles Shubow - Apr 7, 2008

With apologies for a little self-promotion, I will be a guest on 'Mid-Day with Dan Rodricks' radio program between 1-2 p.m. (WYPR-FM, 88.1) on Tuesday, April 8, 2008 for a discussion on theater coming this spring to the Baltimore/Washington area and Broadway. You can access the program live on www.wypr.org or for about a month after the program on the WYPR web site. I hope to hear from many of my readers. You may call during the program at 410-662-8780 or long-distance at 866-661-9309. (more...)

Review - Something You Did & Two Men Talking
by Michael Dale - Apr 7, 2008

I suppose the main difference between a violent protest and an act of terrorism is whether you're on the side of the person who set off the bomb or the person who was killed by it.  In Primary Stages' premiere production of Willy Holtzman's drama, Something You Did, the person responsible for the bomb going off is played by the charismatic and understatedly graceful and eloquent Joanna Gleason, making the evening's morality conflict hardly a fair fight. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Something You Did Opening Night
by Walter McBride - Apr 2, 2008

Primary Stages officially opened 'Something You Did' on April 1st, 2008. The five-member cast features Tony Award-winner Joanna Gleason (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Into the Woods) as Alison, a sixties radical, with Jordan Charney (Hearts) as Arthur, Alison's attorney, Tony Award-winner Adriane Lenox (Doubt) as Lenora, Portia (McReele) as Uneeq and Victor Slezak (Sabina) as Gene. (more...)

Gingold Theatrical Group Presents Two Shaw One-Acts 4/21
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2008

Gingold Theatrical Group's PROJECT SHAW presentsTWO rarely seen ONE-ACTS by George Bernard Shaw, THE FASCINATING FOUNDLING and FARFETCHED FABLES (more...)

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