Kathleen Chalfant Will Headline Rose Off-Broadway

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 13, 2015 View Comments Rose Stage and screen vet Kathleen Chalfant will star in the world premiere of Laurence Leamer’s solo play about Rose Kennedy, Rose, off-Broadway this fall. The production will play a limited engagement November 21 through December 13 at Theatre Row’s Clurman Theatre. Opening night is set for November 29.Chalfant received a Tony nod for Angels in America: Millennium Approaches; she has also been seen on Broadway in Racing Demon, Angles in America: Perestroika and M. Butterfly. Other stage credits include Wit, A Hard Heart, Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell and Great Expectations. Screen credits include Isn’t it Delicious, Duplicity, Murder and Murder, along with recurring roles on The Affair and House of Cards.Rose is the Kennedy story as told by the matriarch who lived it all.  Bestselling author Laurence Leamer’s (The Kennedy Women, The Kennedy Men and Sons of Camelot) intimate, one-character drama is set in 1969 at the Kennedy’s Hyannis Port compound the week after Teddy’s fateful accident at Chappaquiddick. Rose struggles with all the tragedies the Kennedys have overcome and finds new understanding of the choices she made as well as those made by her husband and children.Directed by Caroline Reddick Lawson, the production will feature costume design by Jane Greenwood, with scene design/projections by Anya Klepikov, lighting by Caitlin Rapoport and sound design by Jane Shaw. Related Showslast_img read more

Jeffrey Schlupp reflects on ‘massive’ victory against Burnley

first_imgJeffrey Schlupp had to wait for his moment in the Burnley game but when the Palace midfielder came off the bench for the final 15 minutes he made it count.Capitalizing on a Ben Mee error, Schlupp finished well to put the game to bed and secure a great three points for the Eagles.Speaking post-match, Schlupp reflected on the victory: “It’s massive. Every win in this league is obviously massive.You know it’s not a secret that we haven’t been getting the results or points that we want of late. But we’ve come here, to a difficult place, and they’ve been in top form, and we’ve won.”Discussing his goal and the team’s approach, Schlupp added:“Yeah [it was the killer goal], as the game was a bit edgy [at that point]. As I said, it’s a difficult place to come and they put us under a lot of pressure but I’ve managed to come on and score which is nice for me and the team.“We came here with a gameplan. We knew we were going to be under a lot of pressure at times. If we could ride it out we knew we’d get our chances and we’ve managed to score a couple of goals.” Source: www.cpfc.co.uklast_img read more