October 19th @ 8:00 PM
Presented through special arrangement with The University of The South, Sewanee, Tennessee.
Poems selected by John Lahr
Directed by Kent Paul
Read by Glynnis O’Connor & Dan Domingues
JOHN LAHR, for 21 years a theatre critic for The New Yorker, selected and arranged the poems. His biography Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh will be published in the fall of 2014.
Theatre credits include: The Extra Man (Samuel Beckett Theatre, Kent Paul, Dir.), The Seagull (Mirror Rep, Robert Lewis, Dir.), The Taming of the Shrew (Great Lakes Shakespeare, Larry Arrick, Dir.), Domestic Issues (Circle Rep, Eve Merriam, Dir.), The Late Christopher Bean (Kennedy Center, William Putch, Dir.) When It’s Over (Long Wharf, Margaret Van Sant, Dir.)
Film credits include: Melanie, Those Lips Those Eyes, Ode to Billy Joe, Johnny Dangerously, Night Crossing, New Best Friend, Baby Blue Marine, Jeremy, California Dreamin’, The Trouble With Cali, and upcoming The Historian and Angelica.
Television Films include: Little Mo, Why Me?, Our Town, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, Black Beauty, The Deliberate Stranger, Ellen Foster, To Heal a Nation, Saint Maybe, Law and Order, Law and Order SVU, Law and Order CI .
A professional actor for 40 years, Glynnis lives with her husband and two daughters in New York City.
Theatre credits include: Off-Broadway: Atlantic Theater (The Jammer, The Cherry Orchard); HERE Arts Center, Joe’s Pub, Baruch PAC, Cherry Lane Theatre, SoHo Playhouse, LaMaMa, NY Classical Theatre, and Repertorio Español. Readings/Workshops: The Public, MTC. Regional: Studio Theatre; Weston Playhouse, Cape Playhouse, Kansas City Rep, Long Wharf Theatre, Florida Stage, McCarter Theatre, Portland Stage, George Street Playhouse, Rep Theatre of St. Louis, Pioneer Theatre Company, Stoneham Theatre, New Repertory Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare, ART, New Jersey Rep and Playwrights Theatre of NJ. Film: Chasing Taste.
TV: Royal Pains, Gossip Girl, Law and Order, Hope and Faith, Third Watch, and As The World Turns. Dan holds an MFA from the ART/MXAT Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard and is an Associate Artist with The Civilians, New Jersey Rep, and the non-profit Only Make Believe, which brings live theatre to children in hospitals throughout NYC. Dan recently booked a supporting role in the film Run All Night starring Liam Neeson and Ed Harris.