Sheer Madness

The Madness of Lady Bright got a great mention in the review today, which I want to share. (I'm a proud papa, both of our piece and of the entire OFF STAGE event!) Steve's work in the show is truly extraordinary, and Gretchen and Lars, in smaller roles, find nuances that break my heart every time. The performances are almost completely sold out for the entire run, so grab your tickets now!
As one might expect from a show of this magnitude, there are many highlights. For me, they include Steve Hauck's powerhouse rendering of the title character from Wilson's The Madness of Lady Bright (which earned a well-earned round of applause from the outdoor diners at the Cornelia Street Café, seated nearby); Michael Tomlinson's haunting turn as Fred Herko from Monuments: Freddie's Monologue by Diane di Prima (I actually thought he was a homeless guy laying in a puddle of his own urine until he rose and started speaking); and a tribute to Dames at Sea, featuring Kristen Lewis and Joel Newman tap-dancing their hearts out on the corner of Bleecker and Cornelia Streets. Truth be told, though, the entire cast is spectacular, and all the directors do a splendid job.
Read the entire review here...

1 Responses to “Sheer Madness”

  1. # Anonymous Shannon

    Congratz! Love you and your LB cast  

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