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The Barrister - 1932 - Broadway


Theatre Masque

(New York, NY)
252 W. 45th St.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 28, 2020
On October 3rd, 2020 the Millbrook Playhouse Youth Ensemble will present the classic tale, Alice in Wonderland. Adapted by Millbrook Artistic Associate Shannon Agnew. This unique adaptation was modified to help follow social distancing guidelines.
by Shari Barrett - Oct 24, 2015
THE DOCK BRIEF runs 70 minutes without an intermission, focusing on an unsuccessful barrister who has been waiting for years to make a grandstand defense. He is overjoyed when he gets assigned to defend an innocuous little man appropriately named Fowle who is accused of murdering his ever-merry and constantly laughing wife who could not deal with his lack of humor. Finally, the barrister feels he will have his chance to shine, even though his client admits he committed the crime. But why didn't he just decide to leave her instead? Morgenhall is committed to finding out and putting together a defense that will make his career.
by Michael Dale - Oct 17, 2013
Roger Rees leads an excellent ensemble in Lindsay Posner's crackling production of Terence Rattigan's drama of family honor.
by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2019
The hotly anticipated lead role in the revival of JERRY SPRINGER - THE OPERA has been revealed.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 21, 2019
The creative team behind the long-awaited revival of Jerry Springer - The Opera have announced details of the final cast members to complete the company.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 15, 2015
There are certain things audiences have come to expect in a new production from Studio Tenn, the Franklin-based, Nashville-nurtured professional theater company headed up by Matt Logan and Jake Speck: You know it will be beautifully designed, sumptuously mounted and impeccably cast.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 13, 2019
The creative team behind the long-awaited revival of Jerry Springer - The Opera have announced details of the first wave of cast.
by Max Schwager - Feb 27, 2012
The Endangered Species Project has announced their first Terence Rattigan play: The Winslow Boy, from 1946, a masterfully-constructed work that is also a totally engaging emotional experience. The play is a fictional version of an actual court case which had occurred three years before Rattigan was born: The Arche-Shee family had sued the British Admiralty for a false accusation of theft lodged against their naval cadet son, leading to a political sensation. Rattigan changed much of the circumstances of the actual case, but in the character of Sir Robert Morton he kept many of the attributes of the barrister who led the original charge, Sir Edward Carson: a thoroughgoing conservative - one of the prosecutors of Oscar Wilde - who, against expectation, agreed to take on the Admiralty.
by Nancy Grossman - Apr 20, 2007
Agatha Christie classic is full of twists and turns, but verdict is mixed.
by Herbert Paine - Apr 13, 2015
Deserts Stages' WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION Is a Mystery In Itself!