Thursday, May 02, 2013
Tennessee Williams Does Chekhov? THE NOTEBOOK OF TRIGORIN
Apparently, playwright Tennessee Williams was a fan of Anton Chekhov (and, really, who isn't?) and attempted his own adaptation of The Seagull in 1981, where it premiered at the Vancouver Playhouse in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Well, it took an enterprising young theater company, The Attic Theater Company, to give this interesting bit of theater history its New York premiere.
The Attic Theater Company presents
by Tennessee Williams
directed by Laura Braza
Ted Caine, Meredith Forlenza*, Charise Greene*, Jeremy Lawrence*, Allen McCullough*, Henry Packer, Amelia Pedlow*, Renee Petrofes, Nicholas Ritacco, Will Sarratt, and Michael Schantz*, and Liz Tancredi.
*Members of Actors Equity Association
Set design by Julia Noulin-Merat
Costume design by Michael Krass
Lighting design by Libby Jensen
Sound design by Colleen Toole
Stage Managed by Katie Kavett
Casting by Lexie Pregosin
Friday, May 3rd through Saturday, May 18th, 2013
at The Flea Theater
41 White Street
(between Church and Broadway)
New York, NY 10013
For Tickets + Info: Click Here