Wednesday, July 22, 2015

WICC's Interview with Maureen Anderman

Audio courtesy WICC

Actress Maureen Anderman plays the character of Corneila Cunningham in A.R. Gurney's world premiere comedy, Love & Money (co-produced with New York's Signature Theatre).

Listen as Maureen shares her thoughts on what it's like to work with playwright A.R. Gurney and director Mark Lamos, and the challenges of bringing a world premiere production to life.




Maureen Anderman
Westport Country Playhouse: The Year of Magical Thinking, Later Life, After-Play. Works by A. R. Gurney: The Cocktail Hour (Huntington Theatre), Ancestral Voices (Lincoln Center), Later Life (Playwrights Horizons and Off-Broadway). Recent work includes Pygmalion (Williamstown Theatre Festival), A Delicate Balance (Berkshire Theatre Festival, Palm Beach Dramaworks), Doubt (Maltz Jupiter Theatre), Richard III (Bridge Project world tour, Old Vic, BAM, Documentary NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage). Broadway and Off-Broadway premieres of plays by Edward Albee (3), Kenneth Lonergan, Christopher Durang, Michael Weller, Gore Vidal, Joan Didion. Pinter and Pendleton (Long Wharf Theatre); Molière and O'Neill (Hartford Stage); Kaufman and Ferber (Yale Repertory Theatre); Shakespeare (Guthrie Theater, Old Globe, Arena Stage, American Shakespeare Festival). Drama Desk, Tony, IRNE nominations. Theatre World Award, Connecticut Critics Circle Award, Westport Arts Award.

2 comments:

herbygee said...

As always, Tony Reno sounds like he's listening with about one-third of his attention level.

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