Posts Tagged ‘everyman theatre’

Dec. 07 2015

An unlikely love story at Everyman Theatre

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | 2 Comments

Everyman resident company member, Beth Hylton, is playing Rosemary, the female lead in a romantic comedy by award-winning John Patrick Shanley. She came to tell us about it.            

Dec. 04 2015

Award winning playwright at Everyman

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

        Director Donald Hicken has chosen the newest play by Pulitzer, Oscar and Tony Award-winning John Patrick Shanley for his next production at Everyman Theatre. Donald came in to talk about it.    

Apr. 14 2015

Ibsen’s provocative play

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          Donald Hicken has a long association with Everyman Theatre, and he has directed the current production of the controversial play, Ghosts, by Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen. He came in to discuss it.          

Apr. 10 2015

Helen Alving’s secrets

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews | No Comments

              Everyman Theatre’s resident actor, Deborah Hazlett, gave a highly acclaimed performance in Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler. Now she is taking on Mrs. Alving in the playwight’s Ghosts. She came in to talk about her role.                           […]

Jun. 12 2014

Tribes – It’s Not What It Sounds Like

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

Everyman Theatre can always be counted on to “engage, inspire, and transform” as their motto has it, and their current production of “Tribes,” running through June 22nd, is no exception. You can read my review of the play for the online magazine, MONOLOGGING, here.                           […]

Mar. 23 2014

The Dresser at Everyman

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

The Dresser is intriguing on so many levels. First of all, I was personally intrigued to learn that playwright, Ronald Harwood, was born in my hometown, Cape Town. He moved to the U.K. to pursue a career in the theatre, and The Dresser was based on his own experience working in that capacity for the […]

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