Sunday, September 11, 2005

Crossing over

You can now buy tickets for Rosemary Harris' new play, The Other Side. It's booking from November 10th to January 22nd. Seating charts and transport details at the MTC site (Manhattan Theatre Club, not Melbourne Theatre Company, alas).

From the New York Times - for the registration-phobic, use BugMeNot.

Savvy theatergoers will also be lining up early to secure tickets for Rosemary Harris's latest visit to the New York stage. Ms. Harris possesses a virtually peerless ability to instill a role with keen intelligence, sensitivity and a special brand of radiant dignity. At the Manhattan Theater Club she'll be appearing in a new play by Ariel Dorfman, the Chilean-American author of "Death and the Maiden." In "The Other Side," Ms. Harris and another invaluable stage veteran, John Cullum, will play a husband and wife engaged in the grim task of identifying the dead in a brutal war between unnamed countries. (Stage I, City Center. Previews begin Nov. 10. Opens Dec. 6.)

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