Title and Deed Explores Adventurous Side of Theater

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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The Signature Theater Company’s busy season in its new Frank Gehry-designed home continues with a trio of late-spring openings. The first is the new monologue Title and Deed by Will Eno, the author of Thom Pain (based on nothing), which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2005. The Irish actor Conor Lovett performs the show, which is a co-production with the Gare St. Lazare Players of Ireland.

Charles Isherwood, theater critic for The New York Times, assesses Title and Deed by Will Eno, playing now at the Signature Theater Company.

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Comments [1]

john andrew lavelle from viera. fla.,32955

hi,grew up listening van cliburne and izak pearlmen operas by verde and puccini are my favorites.how about songs from annie or wicked. i'm living in florida and dinner and a floor show is a way of life. where would i get firstly, the n.y. times or the new york magazincastse.live broadcast s
flafrom the metropolitan arts or a schedule of broadcasts from live ,performances

Jun. 03 2012 11:50 PM

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