Arthur Miller's After the Fall, a Rarely Produced Classic
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The last date listed for After the Fall was Friday July 30, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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Hank Williams: Lost Highway made such a splash last year at Greenhouse Theater Center that American Blues Theater's reviving it for 2014. Blues and Southern rock collide in this song-filled smash that follows legendary country singer-songwriter Hank Williams on his lonesome journey from backwoods Alabama to superstardom at the Grand Ole Opry. This unforgettable show, which was an off-Broadway hit nominated for three Outer Critics Circle Awards, features over 20 Williams hits, including "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "Move It on Over," "Jambalaya" and "Hey, Good Lookin'." Charting the rise and fall of the country music icon through song, Hank Williams: Lost Highway highlights Williams' undeniable musical talent and songwriting abilities, and explores the alcohol and drug problems that ultimately got the better of him. This remount of the popular production features a talented cast of performers who have performed on Broadway and beyond. Learn More
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Featured review from Mo in ChicagoRed Velvet
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Very nicely done! Large cast (14 actors), all of whom were great. Set design was an interesting and unusual use of space. Good job with lighting, sound & costumes. Script was heavy and long (3 hours with 1 intermission), but well worth seeing. Director did a good job with shifts in time (ie: from present to distant past to near past, etc).
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We loved the first act which was so interesting-- top notch staging and great acting by all. The second act was too long and left us flat and looking forward to the end of the angst. Given the various story lines in the first act, that were so...continued
Miller’s ambitious and personal 1964 masterpiece explores a new sense of non-linear theatricality in its powerful study of one man’s search for meaning through his memories and relationships. Images and scenes intertwine, illuminating his humanity and probing into the revealing, often painful events of his past.
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