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They Think To Go Like Saints

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Rehearsals are well underway for my next project, The Crucible, a play by Arthur Miller and a classic of American drama. Opening September 12th and running through the 28th, the production re-teams me with director Allen Walker (The Curious Savage, Hay Fever) and launches Tarrant Actors Regional Theatre’s second season. I will perform the role of John Proctor.

Salem, Massachusetts, 1692. When a farmer’s wife is falsely accused of witchcraft by her former serving girl, the threads of this Puritanical society begin to unravel. Class envy and long-held grudges erupt as it suddenly becomes fashionable for neighbor to accuse neighbor of trafficking with the Devil.  Can John Proctor save his wife’s life, along with his own good name, before the fires of bigotry and deceit consume their world? This gripping drama, which Arthur Miller wrote as a condemnation of McCarthyism in the 1950s, is still a timely parable for our contemporary society.

Tickets may be purchased online at www.thetart.org or by calling the box office at 682-231-0082.

UPDATE: You may also purchase tickets at the theater and receive a discount.  Simply print out as many ticket vouchers as needed and present them at the door for $2 off each ticket.  Vouchers are only valid at the box office and cannot be used for tickets purchased online.

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HAY FEVER Breaks Out In Fort Worth

Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s production of Noël Coward’s Hay Fever opens tomorrow night at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center in the Sanders Theatre.  Co-directed by Steven Lindsay and Allen Walker, the show runs through April 10, 2011.

This classic comedy is set in the 1920’s at the country home of the eccentric Bliss family – Judith, a recently retired stage actress; David, a self-absorbed novelist; and their two equally bohemian children, all of whom live in their own world where the boundaries between reality and fiction are extremely blurred.  Upon entering this domain, their unsuspecting weekend guests are repeatedly thrown into wildly melodramatic situations by their hosts.  The resulting pandemonium is a joy to witness.

Performing in the role of Sandy Tyrell, Brad Stephens will make his second appearance at Stolen Shakespeare Guild after starring as Benedick in the company’s critically acclaimed production of Much Ado About Nothing last year.  He reunites with former cast-mates Lindsay (All My Sons), Walker and his loving and devoted wife, Arlette Morgan (Much Ado About Nothing).  “I’m delighted to be collaborating again with such wonderful talent,” he said.

For more information and to buy tickets, visit www.stolenshakespeareguild.org.

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