An Unhappy Hour for Ethan Coen

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Wednesday, December 07, 2011

As a famous filmmaking duo, the Coen Brothers have given us Fargo, No Country for Old Men, a remake of True Grit, A Serious Man and many other big screen successes. One of Coens, Ethan, has also been writing for the stage.

His work can be seen on Broadway, in the comedy omnibus Relatively Speaking, and now the Atlantic Theater Company is presenting a full evening of his short plays called Happy Hour at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. Charles Isherwood, theater critic for The New York Times, joins Jeff Spurgeon to talk about the show.

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Comments [1]

Riki from Morris County

Sounds depressing... So we need more depression at this time of year?

Dec. 07 2011 10:29 AM

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