Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Congrats to the Metropolitan Playhouse

Just got an emailed press release today announcing the Metropolitan Playhouse's season. As you may know, I've had a long on/off history with the company, and I'm always happy when a great play from the late 19th century has been placed on the docket. (Two years ago, you may recall, Metro did Fitch's The Truth; they did Fitch's The City the year before that.) So a hearty thank you and congratulations to my friend and colleague Alex Roe for keeping the hot flames of yore burning evermore.

Most exciting to me is a revival of James M. Herne's Margaret Fleming. I read it a long time ago and have never seen it performed. Oh, bestill what's left of my heart.

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