After almost 50 years in the entertainment industry, it may seem hard to believe that actor Ted Danson needs to find inspiration for his craft. But that’s exactly what he was looking for — and found — when he returned to Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama, his alma mater, for a visit with sophomore acting students Feb. 7. The 72-year-old award-winning actor, in town with his wife, actress Mary Steenburgen,
Or, Liz Duffy Adams Directed by Kim Weild Nov.14-23 We all embody opposites within Or else we’re frankly far too dull to live “Or,” is a colorful, energetic, door-slamming farce (only partially based on historical fact) that celebrates the emergence of women in the theatre scene. After being released from a debtor’s prison, Aphra Behn is desperate to leave her life of espionage behind. Aphra’s dreams of writing for the
Mojisola Adebayo at CMU School of Drama UK actor, playwright, director, producer, and artist/activist Dr. Mojisola Adebayo will discuss her black/queer performance processes and practices, from Antarctica to Africa, embracing Black Lives Matter and black love matters. All are invited to her performance/talk on Tuesday at 4:30 PM, as well as to view the pop-up performance of her “Black Lives/Black Words” festival short play, The Interrogation of Sandra Bland on Wednesday at 11:30
By Ted Hoover Pittsburgh Current Theater Critic firstname.lastname@example.org You don’t really run across French playwright Jean Giraudoux anymore. He was less prolific and his output less glamorous than his sorta/kinda contemporary Jean Anouilh. But in the early part of the 20th century, especially the period between World Wars I & II, Giraudoux was the name of the playwriting game in France. Carnegie Mellon University presents his anti-war drama Tiger at the Gates and
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