‘Holds your attention like a transfixing riddle’– The Irish Times
Three women have three conversations that draw us into their inner lives. Listen carefully: what will they reveal to each other, and what does each have to hide?
A play about being human, an exploration of betrayal, and an appeal to listen before it’s too late, The Approach follows the story of Anna, Cora, and Denise as they converse over coffee about their shared childhoods and burgeoning middle-age, with much left unspoken.
The Approach will include both in-person and online performances, with tickets ranging in price from $37 to $67; preview performances are $10 less.
Online, The Approach will be made available by live stream at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, and via recorded broadcast will be available Saturday May 21, at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, May 22, at 3 p.m.; Saturday May 28 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, May 29 at 3 p.m. Tickets for virtual performances are $27.
Talkbacks will be held with the cast and directors for the following performances:
Thursday 5/12 (7:30p curtain)
Saturday 5/14 (7:30p curtain)
Sunday 5/15 (3p curtain)
Thursday 5/19 (7:30p curtain)
Sunday 5/22 (3p curtain)
Thursday 5/26 (7:30p curtain)
Generously Co-sponsored by Steve Bader and Cathy Monoxelos
As per the title of this blog, I still occasionally contribute the errant published word here and there. This month, I have two pieces in print: a haiku in the poetry section of Chronogram magazine, and a human interest story about an actor I was honored to interview: Robert Ian Mackenzie, whose credits include Bond films, soap-opera stints, and my one of my favorite films, A Fish Called Wanda.
Click below to read.