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The Hallway Trilogy

Monday, March 14, 2011

Writer/director Adam Rapp and actors Julianne Nicholson and Louis Cancelmi discuss their roles in “The Hallway Trilogy”, which is currently playing at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. Each play in the trilogy is staged by a different director (Rapp directs the first play, “Rose”) and are set 50 years apart—in 1953, after the death of Eugene O’Neil; in 2003, after the New York City blackout; and in 2053, when disease has been eradicated from New York and young men and women in need of money are injected with viruses for the public’s amusement.

Guests:

Louis Cancelmi, Julianne Nicholson and Adam Rapp
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Comments [1]

rich

leonard, if it's not too far off topic please ask adam how playing basketball helps him write. thank you! a longtime lopate fan westside basketball teammate of Adam.

Mar. 14 2011 12:08 PM

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