Amelia Workman has just be cast in “Layover “at Second Stage in the roleof Andrea and is currently on stage at Clubbed Thumb.
Amelia Workman in EVERY ANGEL IS BRUTAL, a part of Clubbed Thumb’s Summer Works. http://www.clubbedthumb.org/ for more info,https://www.artful.ly/clubbedthumb/store/events/8991 for tickets!
Roberta Colindrez (Girls) has joined the cast of Jill Soloway’s Amazon comedy pilot I Love Dick. Written by playwright Sarah Gubbins based on Chris Kraus’ influential and somewhat controversial 1997 novel, I Love Dick is set in a colorful academic community in Marfa, Texas. It centers on a struggling married couple, Chris and Sylvere, and their mutual obsession with Dick, an off-putting but charismatic professor. Told in Rashomon-style shifts of POV, I Love Dick charts the unraveling of a marriage, the awakening of an artist and the reluctant deification of a man named Dick. Colindrez will play Devon, a butch cowboy and amateur playwright who works as groundskeeper on the property Chris and Sylvere are renting in Marfa. She is instantly drawn to Chris, but she’s waiting for the couple to come to some sort of agreement before she makes her move. Colindrez, repped by Stone Manners Salners Agency and manager Davien Littlefield, recurred on Girls and currently stars in the Tony-winning Broadway musical Fun Home.
Check out his work…click here.
In a special one-night-only event, The Lobbyists perform songs from their concert play SeaWife – a nautical ghost story of an itinerant whaler that first premiered in Summer 2015 with Naked Angels in partnership with South Street Seaport Museum.
Rockwood Music Hall. Stage II
196 Allen St. New York, NY 10002
On the cusp of the 61st Annual Drama Desk Awards, for which The Lobbyists are nominated for Outstanding Music, come share a night with this up-and-coming local indie folk-rock band of music and theater makers.
This “undeniably talented” (Village Voice) group of actor-musicians take their name from the lobby of The Flea Theater, where they first started making music in 2012. Their unique sound and songwriting have received numerous acclaims. The New York Times calls their songs “marvelous” and their musicianship “impressive,” while Entertainment Weekly lauds SeaWife’s “enchanting score.”
Great mention of a scene featuring Frank Harts: “…The greatest passages come from Paterson’s driving scenes, when he eavesdrops on random exchanges about topics ranging from anarchy to social outings that wouldn’t feel out of in his vignette-driven ‘Coffee and Cigarettes…'”
In Jarmusch’s PATERSON, receiving rave reviews from Cannes!
Frank Harts’ website
Check out Pernell Walker in DOLPHINS AND SHARKS by James Anthony Tyler on Thursday, June 2 as a part of the Barn Free Play Readings Series!