The Guthrie welcomed over 4,000 students, including the entire student body of Patrick Henry High School (Minneapolis) to come and see King Lear at The Guthrie. Thanks to the partners at PROJECT SUCCESS and the Minneapolis Public Schools System for making this happen. Enjoy a glimpse into their student matinee experience. Hear their loving thoughts and see a glimpse of me in performance.
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What a pleasure to be a part of such a wonderful production! Some blurbs on the show and me...
Often achingly beautiful, this is a production that speaks through the ages to our time. Brazzle is brilliant as the conniving Edmund...
The show is stunning. I have never experienced a performance that was so powerful and gruesome.
...A high-quality production of one of Shakespeare’s most powerful plays. It is an evening well worth enjoying. Thomas Brazzle’s portrayal of Edmund, the bastard son of the Duke of Gloucester, is particularly strong.
...a captivating and heart-breaking portrayal of Shakespeare’s tragedy...Thomas Brazzle was powerful as Edmund...
This is a great King Lear for any season; in our current season it is essential...as evil half-brother Edmund, Thomas Brazzle impresses with his malevolent swagger and rationalization of evil...
Brazzle has a gift for riveting villainous monologues, making his onstage appearances always something to look forward to.
Beloved bastard Edmund is portrayed by Thomas Brazzle, whose hand gestures allow even the least trained in Shakespearean dialect to grasp the character’s plan for revenge.
The cast doesn’t have a weak link, from the utterly commanding Brazzle...
...worth seeing...Stealing the show was the brash, scene-chewing Edmund, played with relish by Thomas Brazzle in his Guthrie debut (I’m certain we’ll be seeing more from him in the years to come)
We move from weeks of work in the rehearsal room, to the stage! Tech Week!
by Fred Pezzulli
Directed by Benno Haenel
Sunday, October 16, 2016
A Sundays@Six Series Reading in The Jewel Box Theater
An Italian immigrant family in West Virginia during a coal mining strike and the complications and conflicts within the family.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
No Reserved Seating! Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Please arrive early to ensure seating.
Jose Ignacio Gomez
* Appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association
Moderator: Emily Zacharias
The WorkShop Theater is located at 312 West 36th Street, Fourth Floor East, New York, NY 10018 (between 8th and 9th Avenues, on the south/downtown side of the street, a.k.a The Theatre Building)