TWN’s “Virginia Woolf” stands the test of time Don’t fear seeing “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” at Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. There’s a lot of bite in this impressive production of one of the greatest plays of the 20th century. For fans of daytime TV serials, the “soaps” as they’re known, it’s a chance …Continue Reading
“When Robert Newman takes the stage as King Henry II in “Lion in Winter,” the audience spontaneously applauses before he even utters a word. And it’s well deserved. Not just because the man himself is royalty at The Barn — having started his career more than three decades ago at the beloved summer stock theater …Continue Reading
Tormented by trying to reconcile his fervent dedication to his faith and his uncontrollable desire for Esmeralda, a woman who represents everything he has tried to despise, Frollo is a walking contradiction, and Newman fully illuminates the man’s multiple facets. He demonstrates how smoothly kindness can slip into cruelty and how swiftly the sanctimonious and …Continue Reading
Come join us on Friday, April 28th at 9:30 pm at 54 Below in NYC for an evening of music and stories. Myself, Kim Zimmer, Tom Wopat and a bunch of great talent from the Barn Theatre all to raise money for the theatre itself. It will be wonderful.. .
Some of you have asked if I have any video from the production of Trumbo: Red White and Blacklisted we did at IWU last week. Unfortunately we could not tape the production for obvious reasons. However, I did a rehearsal tape on my own of a couple of Trumbo’s letters and here is one of …Continue Reading
Discovered this in my basement on Betamax and had it transferred to DVD. I’ve edited it down a bit. This was my debut as Josh Lewis on Guiding Light. Fresh out of college and having never acted in front of a camera before. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m64dDNfYRAU&feature=youtu.be