I've just finished acting in this play.
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service, Inc. (October 1, 1985). I've just finished acting in this play. I played Rachel, the Alice in Wonderland-esqe protaganist who keeps getting tossed and turned, from Springfield to Springfield, until she is finally forced to make some very interesting conclusions about the reckless world she discovers she is living in. RECKLESS conveys such a wide range of emotions, and any reader who can remember the magic of Christmases past, the glorious expectations of childhood, the DREAM of what life was supposed to be, will enjoy this play.
In 1973, Lucas left Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts in theatre and . This Thing of Darkness (2002) – play – (with David Schulner). Small Tragedy (2004) – play.
In 1973, Lucas left Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts in theatre and creative writing. His mentor Anne Sexton urged him to move to New York City to become a playwright. He worked in many day jobs while performing in Broadway musicals including Shenandoah, On the Twentieth Century, Rex, and Sweeney Todd. The production was directed by Lucas's frequent collaborator Bartlett Sher and featured Victoria Clark, Michele Pawk and Jonathan Groff.
This Thing of Darkness book. Abbey and Donald, best friends, have just graduated college. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This Thing of Darkness.
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THE ACTING COMPANY - "Pudd'nhead Wilson," a play adapted by Charles Smith from Mark Twain's novel of the same name. Opens June 6. "THIS THING OF DARKNESS" - A new play by Craig Lucas and David Schulner. Directed by Mr. Lucas
THE ACTING COMPANY - "Pudd'nhead Wilson," a play adapted by Charles Smith from Mark Twain's novel of the same name. Lucas. Atlantic Theater Company, 336 W. 20th St. (212-239-6200) (2:00) Opens May 30. Closes June 16. Broadway. THE CRUCIBLE" - Liam Neeson and Laura Linney star in a revival of Arthur Miller's drama. Directed by Richard Eyre.
Creative: Set, John McDermott; costumes, Candice Donnelly; lighting, Christopher Akerlind; sound, Scott Myers; production stage manager, Jane Pole; production manager, Kurt Gardner. Artistic director, Neil Pepe.
June 2002) : Directed "This Thing of Darkness", a play he co-wrote with David Schulner (Atlantic Theater Company, New York City, New York, USA). Music by Adam Guettel. July 2002) : Directed "Play Yourself", a play by Harry Kondoleon (Century Center for the Performing Arts, New York City, New York, USA). Wrote the plays "Prelude to a Kiss," "Reckless," the screenplay "Longtime Companion" and dramas "God's Heart" and "The Dying Gaul. Lyrics by Adam Guettel Based on the novel by Elizabeth Spencer. This Thing Of Darkness (2002) - play - (with David Schulner). Small Tragedy (2004) - play. His mentor, Anne Sexton, urged him to try his luck in New York City as a playwright. Lucas also authored the book for the musical The Light in the Piazza, and directed the world premiere at the Intiman Theater in Seattle. The Lincoln Center production, directed by Bartlett Sher, garnered him a Tony Award nomination.
This Thing of Darkness, written by Lucas and David Schulner, tells the story of Abbey and Donald, who .
This Thing of Darkness, written by Lucas and David Schulner, tells the story of Abbey and Donald, who spend their relationship confronting a host of twentieth-century social and psychological aberrations. In staging the play, three pairs of actors played the two characters at different ages. Writing in Back Stage, Eric Grode found This Thing of Darkness to be "every bit as wide-eyed and adventurous as you might hope" and as "inert as you might fear. Lucas' Small Tragedy sets out a backstage "docudrama" about a theater troupe undertaking as its debut production a version of Sophocles' Oedipus Rex, adapted by the company's sociable but pretentious director, Nate.
Flag as Inappropriate This Thing Of Darkness (2002) - play - (with David Schulner).
Flag as Inappropriate. Lucas has also directed classic plays such as Loot. Miss Julie adaptation originally written by August Strindberg (2005), at the Rattlesticks Playwrights Theater.
Author: Craig Lucas and David Schulner
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service, Inc. (November 13, 2003)
Pages: 72 pages
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