Whew! I haven’t posted in quite a while as I had to do a massive upgrade to my site but having accomplished that today, I’m happy to say that our production of an updated adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama Ghosts has opened, and we have one more weekend of performances. I’m playing Pastor Manders, who must in the course of the play be the Voice of Organized Religion, a love interest, and a complete fool. It’s been a great challenge creating Manders for 2011, and I’m very pleased with the results.
We’re performing at the historic Merchant’s House Museum, 29 East 4th Street (between Lafayette and Bowery) in NYC. Remaining performances are as follows:
Thursday 7/14-Saturday 7/16: 7pm (Saturday is almost sold out)
Sunday 7/18: 6pm
There are only 25 seats per performance, so this is a very intimate production. If the weather is good, we perform outdoors in the beautiful garden. If it’s rainy, we perform indoors in the parlor. Note: It is a historic building, and while there are fans, there is no air conditioning.
We’d love to see you there! Click the image to be taken to our Facebook page.
PS — This is really cool. It turns out we’re featured on the home page of the official Norway web site for the U.S.!